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. .
Summer 2015 edition of Crosswind now available here
Podcast Sermons can be found here . Appology for the delay in the upload of the Harvest Thanksgiving Service of the 4th Oct.
A full diary of places and times of groups can be found here
Guild: The next meeting will be held on Monday 12 October in the Kirk Hall at 7.30pm. The 'Eco-Baton' will be handed over from Torphichen Parish Church to St. Michael's. This will be followed by a presentation from Russell Shields and members of the YF on 'Mission Survivor'. Further information can be obtained from Anne Chadwick (01506 844058)
Son et Lumière – St Michael’s – The Local Legacy: Travel in time as you experience the sight and sounds of historical events around Linlithgow. Friday 13 and Saturday 14 November in the Kirk. Tickets £10 available from the Church Office on Wednesday 14 October.
Blythswood Care Shoe Box Appeal 2015: For more info or a leaflet please visit www.shoeboxappeal.org or call Ann Watt 843746. Please deliver boxes to 31 Mill Road, the Church Office or Playbugs ,Linlithgow Bridge no later than 6 Nov.
music@stmikes holds their second 'Open Mike' event on Sunday 11th October, 7.30-9.30pm in the church, with theme this year 'see, hear, speak – creative expressions of worship'. It is designed with young people in mind, but anyone interested in exploring worship is welcome. Free entry with refreshments available for purchase (courtesy of the YF). We also need willing volunteers to help us set up and clear up afterwards. Please sign up on the clipboards by the exit doors. Thank you very much.
We remember all who have died in recent months, and we pray for their families and friends as they come to terms with their bereavement. We give thanks for all who seek to walk with them on this journey, Ministers, Elders, members of our bereavement support group and many others who offer a listening ear and a comforting arm when it is needed.
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.