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 .
St Michael’s Flower Festival: The Flower Festival is taking place in the church from 21st to 23rd May 2015. The organising team would be very pleased to receive donations towards the costs. Please contact the Flower Convener Sandra Stewart on 843574. NB: The rota for the teas and coffees is displayed at the Church shop.
Music@themarches: Live and Living! music@stmikes and friends from neighbouring churches invite you to join them in an evening of contemporary praise at the start of the Linlithgow Marches. All welcome at the Rugby Club Marquee, from 7pm until 9.30pm on 7th June. Free event: come when you can, leave when you have to! Visit us at #openstmike or on Facebook at Music at St. Mike's. We would really appreciate help with this event (no musical ability required). If you can spare us some time on the day either before, during or after the event, please contact Alison on
or 07941 568 087.
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.
Many of our young people are sitting exams just now. We pray for
them at this important time in their lives, for clear heads in the exams
and good judgement as they prepare to move out into the world with
all the responsibilities that brings. We pray that they may feel secure
in the support and love of their families, friends and Church. We pray
too for all for whom these past weeks have brought much change.
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.