St. Michael's Church

Waters Upton

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Coronavirus
COVID-19

As more and more people are having to self-isolate, I am also aware that this can bring loneliness and feelings of isolation.  Although I can’t provide visits, we can talk on the telephone or keep in touch via email.  If you would like a chat please do not hesitate to get in touch and either myself or a church member will give you a call.  My telephone number is 01952 820217 email helen.morby@
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 Revd. Helen Morby


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The Church

The Parish Church of St. Michael’s was rebuilt in 1865 under the direction of G.E. Street Esq. R.A. It is a building of red sandstone in the Early English style, consisting of a chancel, nave and a turret containing two bells and a clock. The clock wThe Church from the north east sideas installed in commemoration of the Jubilee of Queen Victoria. There are five stained glass windows and a porch which was built in 1909 as a memorial to the Rev. J.B. Davies M.A., Rector from 1866 to 1906. In 1915 a stained glass window was inserted to the memory of Rev. J.T. Halke LL.B. Curate in charge from 1859 to 1867. There are two brass tablets one of which records the names of those who served during the Great War (1914 - 1918).
The Church has a seating capacity of 155.