Parish of Mickleham
St.Michael and All Angels, Mickleham,
and The Chapel of Ease, Westhumble
in the United Benefice of Leatherhead and Mickleham
Welcome to the United Benefice of Leatherhead and Mickleham in the Church of England Diocese of Guildford. Each parish is about one thousand years old but they came together in 2001 in an ecclesiastical partnership. The town of Leatherhead and village of Mickleham complement each other and we hope that whilst we each retain our separate identities, we also work together as churches in a new way.
This website is all about the Parish Church of St. Michael and All Angels in Mickleham.
If you have ever enjoyed the fine views and outstanding natural beauty of Box Hill, you are more than likely to have visited Mickleham, an attractive village that is almost entirely hidden from the main A24 road as you drive past.
At the heart of the community in both a geographical and a spiritual sense, is St Michael's, a grade II* listed Norman church which is beautifully preserved, having undergone major renovation works. These include a new extension to the vestry, a recently refurbished organ, and the installation of a new lighting system.
Visitors are most welcome to have a look around our church or to join us in worship.
As a church we enjoy close links with St Michael’s C of E (A) Infant School, Revd. Raby regularly takes assembly and the school holds special services in the church.
Please click here for the school website
If you wish to view the Parish website for the Church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas in Leatherhead please click here.