The Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels is situated on the edge of Pelsall Common.
For over 150 years it has been at the spiritual, religious and social heart of the village community.
The aim of the church is to reach out to the community of Pelsall and the
surrounding area enabling all ages to develop a closer relationship with God.
We are a church that welcomes everyone regardless of age, race, disability, colour, creed or sexuality.
We would be very pleased if you joined us at one of our services or events, detailed on this website.
8.00 am Eucharist (Holy Communion)
10.00 am Eucharist (Holy Communion) with activities for children
6.30 pm Evening Service
Monday 7.00 pm Evening Prayer
Tuesday 9.00 am Morning Prayer
Wednesday 10.00 am Eucharist (Holy Communion)
Thursday 7.30 pm Eucharist (Holy Communion)
Baptisms are usually held on the first Sunday of the month either at the 10.00 am Eucharist or at a 12.00 noon Service of the Word with Baptism.
(Details at the Church Office.)
Weddings and other services
Please visit the Parish Office on Thursdays between 5.30 & 7.00 pm.
Alternatively telephone 01922 685666 (answerphone) to leave a message.
God of compassion, whose Son Jesus Christ, the child of Mary, shared the life of a home in Nazareth, and on the cross drew the whole human family to himself: strengthen us in our daily living that in joy and in sorrow we may know the power of your presence to bind together and to heal; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.
Latest News & Events
It is with sadness that we announce the death of Bishop Keith Sutton former bishop of this diocese. Our prayers are with his daughter and three sons at this very sad time.
LENT LUNCHES in Church Centre
We will be holding these on the Saturdays during Lent. They will be simple lunches of soup, bread and cheese.
LENT STUDY in Church
Wednesdays during Lent 8.00 pm to 9.15 pm
A new path has been constructed from the Church Hall to Hall Lane. It is advisable to use this rather than the one across the churchyard which has become uneven.