Welcome to St Michael's Church in the village of North Rode, between Macclesfield and Congleton in Cheshire. We hope you'll find the information you're looking for and will contact us if you need anything else. There is a separate village website where you will find general village information.
St. Michael's is a beautiful small village church that was built by the Daintry family and completed in 1846. North Rode is located in the Cheshire Plain, just outside the Peak District National Park. It forms part of a new benefice with Gawsworth, sharing the Rt Reverend William A Pwaisiho OBE, Hon. Assistant Bishop of Chester, as Rector.
It is the spiritual home for a committed community within and outwith the parish and you're assured of a warm welcome if you would like to join us. Our services range from the traditional to more contemporary, which we hope will appeal to all preferences.
The church is open during the day and you're welcome to visit and sign the visitor's book.
We welcome enquiries from those who are considering a commitment to the church through Baptism, whether themselves or for a child, Confirmation, or for a Wedding.
The church is also used for concerts and other events in conjunction with the adjacent Daintry Hall.
You can now help the church through our donations page, which takes credit/debit cards, Paypal and CAF charity accounts.
Despite the rain we were delighted to raise £450 from our cake and refreshments stall at the Noth Rode Vintage fair. Many thanks to all for their contribnutions.
See our events page for details of our Sheep-Racing event in September.