Welcome to the website of Linlithgow St Michael's.
Our vibrant church has much to offer to both residents and visitors of Linlithgow. We trust that this website demonstrates a little of the worship and life of our congregation.
"St Michael is kinde to strangers" says our ancient town motto. We hope that you will feel equally welcome in our midst.
St Michaels can be found beside Linlithgow Palace, right in the centre of the Royal Burgh. Services are held in the Kirk every Sunday at 9.30 and again at 11.00.
Details of this week's services can be found in our Intimations section.
Spring 2015 edition of Crosswind now available here
Podcast Sermons can be found here .
The Seed must die, March 2016: Wanted! – actors, singers, costume makers, stage designers, front of house etc etc for a passion play musical to be performed during Palm Sunday weekend 2016.
Please come along to an open meeting in the Kirk Hall on Sunday 10th May at 2pm to find out how you can get involved. Bring something you can sing if you’d like to try out for the cast. Interested but can’t make the 10th – no problem, contact Alison or Alan on
or on 07776 490495 and we can arrange a chat some other time.
The countdown has begun for the next Messy Church. This is a new service that aims to enable people of all ages to worship together in an informal and interactive way. It is taking place once a month and the next one is on Sat 25th April from 4.30-6.15pm in Cross House with dinner included. So come and join us to worship God and enjoy fellowship with each other.
For more info check out Facebook.
Raineh Student Needs Support!
A university student from Holy Family Church requires financial support from April until December. If you would like to contribute financially to his education, please do so by using the standing order mandate insert for £3 per month and return it to the church office, or make a contribution to the retiring collection today. With grateful thanks of the Kirk Session.
We give thanks that we are able to gather around the Communion Table today as a Church family without fear, and we pray for all Christians around the world for whom life is very different. We remember with sorrow those who have died in recent days because of their Christian faith, and pray that we may have the same courage even though the challenges are apathy and disbelief rather than physical danger.
Feel free to join us for Weekly Prayers with Communion in the Queen’s Aisle on Wednesdays at 12.30. There is a box in the Queen’s Aisle in which to put requests for prayer. Or phone 822603 or 670980.