Dozens of baptisms are conducted at St Michael & All Angels each year, and a good number of weddings too. You can see a video tour of the church here, and learn from the Vicar Father Kevin Morris why it's such a special place to get married.
Weddings have included the marriage of two of our former Breakfast Club leaders - Vicki McGregor and Giles Tibbits (above). They're not the only members of the St Michael's congregation to have been married here after meeting through the church.
Father Kevin married a member of the choir, Miriam Solly, in a ceremony at St Michael's conducted by the Bishop of Kensington.
One of St Michael's churchwardens, Alan Trigle, married the former secretary of the Parochial Church Council, Jane Lenton. They are pictured right with Mother Katherine Hedderly, Sarah Lenton, Father Kevin Morris and Mother Nicola Stanley who all officiated at the service.
And two of St Michael's choir members, Penny Stoodley and Amanda Hunt, celebrated their weddings in the church, both to members of the St Michael's congregation. Amanda married Chris Bradley (right).
For information about banns, weddings, baptisms and funerals, please contact the Parish Office.
Around 40 married couples reaffirmed their wedding vows at a service at St Michael's following the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29th 2011. They had clocked up almost 800 years of married life between them! Many continued the celebrations
at the Tabard pub (below right).
Father Kevin talked on BBC London about the importance of marriage and why we held this service. Also interviewed were Tim and Tosh Rider from the Tabard pub, who came up with the idea.