In the heart of heighington and open to all

You are certain of a warm welcome at St Michael’s. Come

along to one of our services and worship God in a friendly and

inviting atmosphere. We have both Church of England and

Methodist members. The parish also has a second small

church, St Andrew’s, at Bolam. We are proud of our strong links

with Heighington CE Primary School.

If you come to a service at 9.30am on a Sunday or at 10am on a Thursday, please join us for tea or coffee and biscuits afterwards, with a pleasant chat, and also purchase items from the Traidcraft stall or bookshelf.
The recently refurbished church tower was originally a watch-tower and signal station but now provides a reference point, representing peace of a different sort. People have worshipped here for centuries St Michael’s has stood since Norman times and today Christians are working out what it means to be followers of Jesus Christ in our own times too. Our church is the centre of the village, and as a congregation we seek to be identified with the community of which we are a part.
The recently refurbished church tower was originally a watch- tower and signal station but now provides a reference point, representing peace of a different sort. People have worshipped here for centuries St Michael’s has stood since Norman times and today Christians are working out what it means to be followers of Jesus Christ in our own times too. Our church is the centre of the village, and as a congregation we seek to be identified with the community of which we are a part.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
Policy for Responding to Domestic Abuse All forms of domestic abuse are wrong and must stop. We are committed to promoting and supporting environments which: ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse; protect those vulnerable to domestic abuse from actual or potential harm; recognise equality amongst people and within relationships; enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to appropriately and consistently. We recognise that: o all forms of domestic abuse cause damage to the survivor and express an imbalance of power in the relationship; o all survivors (regardless of age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief, sexual orientation or identity) have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse; o domestic abuse can occur in all communities; o domestic abuse may be a single incident, but is usually a systematic, repeated pattern which escalates in severity and frequency; o domestic abuse, if witnessed or overheard by a child, is a form of abuse by the perpetrator of the abusive behaviour; o working in partnership with children, adults and other agencies is essential in promoting the welfare of any child or adult suffering abuse. We will endeavour to respond to domestic abuse: In all our activities by valuing, listening to and respecting both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. In our publicity by raising awareness about other agencies, support services, resources and expertise, through providing information in public and women-only areas of relevance to survivors, children and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. When concerns are raised we will ensure that those who have experienced abuse can find safety and informed help; work with the appropriate statutory bodies during an investigation into domestic abuse, including when allegations are made against a member of the church community. ensure that informed and appropriate pastoral care is offered to any child, young person or adult who has suffered abuse; identify and outlining the appropriate relationship of those with pastoral care responsibilities for both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic violence If you have any concerns or need to talk to any one please contact any of the following: Vicar Rev Lissa Scott 01325 312134 Associate Priest Rev Ruth Dawson 01325 321729 Safeguarding Officer Mrs Anne Graham 01325 319596 Or speak to any of the Church Wardens
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The above may change if the Government issues new instructions
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
Policy for Responding to Domestic Abuse All forms of domestic abuse are wrong and must stop. We are committed to promoting and supporting environments which: ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse; protect those vulnerable to domestic abuse from actual or potential harm; recognise equality amongst people and within relationships; enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to appropriately and consistently. We recognise that: o all forms of domestic abuse cause damage to the survivor and express an imbalance of power in the relationship; o all survivors (regardless of age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief, sexual orientation or identity) have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse; o domestic abuse can occur in all communities; o domestic abuse may be a single incident, but is usually a systematic, repeated pattern which escalates in severity and frequency; o domestic abuse, if witnessed or overheard by a child, is a form of abuse by the perpetrator of the abusive behaviour; o working in partnership with children, adults and other agencies is essential in promoting the welfare of any child or adult suffering abuse. We will endeavour to respond to domestic abuse: In all our activities by valuing, listening to and respecting both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. In our publicity by raising awareness about other agencies, support services, resources and expertise, through providing information in public and women-only areas of relevance to survivors, children and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. When concerns are raised we will ensure that those who have experienced abuse can find safety and informed help; work with the appropriate statutory bodies during an investigation into domestic abuse, including when allegations are made against a member of the church community. ensure that informed and appropriate pastoral care is offered to any child, young person or adult who has suffered abuse; identify and outlining the appropriate relationship of those with pastoral care responsibilities for both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic violence If you have any concerns or need to talk to any one please contact any of the following: Vicar Rev Lissa Scott 01325 312134 Associate Priest Rev Ruth Dawson 01325 321729 Safeguarding Officer Mrs Anne Graham 01325 319596 Or speak to any of the Church Wardens
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The C of E has just issued guidelines that everyone should be strongly encouraged to wear face coverings at church, including worshippers and volunteers, as well as clergy.
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington

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A WARM WELCOME TO ALL
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
Policy for Responding to Domestic Abuse All forms of domestic abuse are wrong and must stop. We are committed to promoting and supporting environments which: ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse; protect those vulnerable to domestic abuse from actual or potential harm; recognise equality amongst people and within relationships; enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to appropriately and consistently. We recognise that: o all forms of domestic abuse cause damage to the survivor and express an imbalance of power in the relationship; o all survivors (regardless of age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief, sexual orientation or identity) have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse; o domestic abuse can occur in all communities; o domestic abuse may be a single incident, but is usually a systematic, repeated pattern which escalates in severity and frequency; o domestic abuse, if witnessed or overheard by a child, is a form of abuse by the perpetrator of the abusive behaviour; o working in partnership with children, adults and other agencies is essential in promoting the welfare of any child or adult suffering abuse. We will endeavour to respond to domestic abuse: In all our activities by valuing, listening to and respecting both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. In our publicity by raising awareness about other agencies, support services, resources and expertise, through providing information in public and women-only areas of relevance to survivors, children and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. When concerns are raised we will ensure that those who have experienced abuse can find safety and informed help; work with the appropriate statutory bodies during an investigation into domestic abuse, including when allegations are made against a member of the church community. ensure that informed and appropriate pastoral care is offered to any child, young person or adult who has suffered abuse; identify and outlining the appropriate relationship of those with pastoral care responsibilities for both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic violence If you have any concerns or need to talk to any one please contact any of the following: Vicar Rev Lissa Scott 01325 312134 Associate Priest Rev Ruth Dawson 01325 321729 Safeguarding Officer Mrs Anne Graham 01325 319596 Or speak to any of the Church Wardens
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The C of E has just issued guidelines that everyone should be strongly encouraged to wear face coverings at church, including worshippers and volunteers, as well as clergy.
The above may change if the Government issues new instructions
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
Policy for Responding to Domestic Abuse All forms of domestic abuse are wrong and must stop. We are committed to promoting and supporting environments which: ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse; protect those vulnerable to domestic abuse from actual or potential harm; recognise equality amongst people and within relationships; enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to appropriately and consistently. We recognise that: o all forms of domestic abuse cause damage to the survivor and express an imbalance of power in the relationship; o all survivors (regardless of age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief, sexual orientation or identity) have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse; o domestic abuse can occur in all communities; o domestic abuse may be a single incident, but is usually a systematic, repeated pattern which escalates in severity and frequency; o domestic abuse, if witnessed or overheard by a child, is a form of abuse by the perpetrator of the abusive behaviour; o working in partnership with children, adults and other agencies is essential in promoting the welfare of any child or adult suffering abuse. We will endeavour to respond to domestic abuse: In all our activities by valuing, listening to and respecting both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. In our publicity by raising awareness about other agencies, support services, resources and expertise, through providing information in public and women-only areas of relevance to survivors, children and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. When concerns are raised we will ensure that those who have experienced abuse can find safety and informed help; work with the appropriate statutory bodies during an investigation into domestic abuse, including when allegations are made against a member of the church community. ensure that informed and appropriate pastoral care is offered to any child, young person or adult who has suffered abuse; identify and outlining the appropriate relationship of those with pastoral care responsibilities for both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic violence If you have any concerns or need to talk to any one please contact any of the following: Vicar Rev Lissa Scott 01325 312134 Associate Priest Rev Ruth Dawson 01325 321729 Safeguarding Officer Mrs Anne Graham 01325 319596 Or speak to any of the Church Wardens
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The C of E has just issued guidelines that everyone should be strongly encouraged to wear face coverings at church, including worshippers and volunteers, as well as clergy.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
Policy for Responding to Domestic Abuse All forms of domestic abuse are wrong and must stop. We are committed to promoting and supporting environments which: ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse; protect those vulnerable to domestic abuse from actual or potential harm; recognise equality amongst people and within relationships; enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to appropriately and consistently. We recognise that: o all forms of domestic abuse cause damage to the survivor and express an imbalance of power in the relationship; o all survivors (regardless of age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief, sexual orientation or identity) have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse; o domestic abuse can occur in all communities; o domestic abuse may be a single incident, but is usually a systematic, repeated pattern which escalates in severity and frequency; o domestic abuse, if witnessed or overheard by a child, is a form of abuse by the perpetrator of the abusive behaviour; o working in partnership with children, adults and other agencies is essential in promoting the welfare of any child or adult suffering abuse. We will endeavour to respond to domestic abuse: In all our activities by valuing, listening to and respecting both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. In our publicity by raising awareness about other agencies, support services, resources and expertise, through providing information in public and women-only areas of relevance to survivors, children and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. When concerns are raised we will ensure that those who have experienced abuse can find safety and informed help; work with the appropriate statutory bodies during an investigation into domestic abuse, including when allegations are made against a member of the church community. ensure that informed and appropriate pastoral care is offered to any child, young person or adult who has suffered abuse; identify and outlining the appropriate relationship of those with pastoral care responsibilities for both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic violence If you have any concerns or need to talk to any one please contact any of the following: Vicar Rev Lissa Scott 01325 312134 Associate Priest Rev Ruth Dawson 01325 321729 Safeguarding Officer Mrs Anne Graham 01325 319596 Or speak to any of the Church Wardens
· · · · · · · ·
The C of E has just issued guidelines that everyone should be strongly encouraged to wear face coverings at church, including worshippers and volunteers, as well as clergy.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
Policy for Responding to Domestic Abuse All forms of domestic abuse are wrong and must stop. We are committed to promoting and supporting environments which: ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse; protect those vulnerable to domestic abuse from actual or potential harm; recognise equality amongst people and within relationships; enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to appropriately and consistently. We recognise that: o all forms of domestic abuse cause damage to the survivor and express an imbalance of power in the relationship; o all survivors (regardless of age, disability, gender, racial heritage, religious belief, sexual orientation or identity) have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or abuse; o domestic abuse can occur in all communities; o domestic abuse may be a single incident, but is usually a systematic, repeated pattern which escalates in severity and frequency; o domestic abuse, if witnessed or overheard by a child, is a form of abuse by the perpetrator of the abusive behaviour; o working in partnership with children, adults and other agencies is essential in promoting the welfare of any child or adult suffering abuse. We will endeavour to respond to domestic abuse: In all our activities by valuing, listening to and respecting both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. In our publicity by raising awareness about other agencies, support services, resources and expertise, through providing information in public and women-only areas of relevance to survivors, children and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic abuse. When concerns are raised we will ensure that those who have experienced abuse can find safety and informed help; work with the appropriate statutory bodies during an investigation into domestic abuse, including when allegations are made against a member of the church community. ensure that informed and appropriate pastoral care is offered to any child, young person or adult who has suffered abuse; identify and outlining the appropriate relationship of those with pastoral care responsibilities for both survivors and alleged or known perpetrators of domestic violence If you have any concerns or need to talk to any one please contact any of the following: Vicar Rev Lissa Scott 01325 312134 Associate Priest Rev Ruth Dawson 01325 321729 Safeguarding Officer Mrs Anne Graham 01325 319596 Or speak to any of the Church Wardens
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