St Michael’s has a full and varied programme throughout the week, for all ages. Monthly on a Saturday we had an informal breakfast and discussion called bible@breakfast, monthly on a Tuesday we hold our Bad Girls of the Bible. There are curry nights and quizzes, knitting and book clubs, and so much more. Have a look at what is happening and just come along. You will be made most welcome. If you would like to know more before you come then please ‘phone the church office and speak to Val or contact group leaders. We look forward to welcoming you and meeting you!
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, The Rt Rev Susan Brown, was the Guest Speaker at The Guild on Monday 4th February. Other Guilds from West Lothian Guilds Together were invited. The Moderator... read more
Caring for those living with memory loss and their carers.
In our Kirk Hall on the second Thursday of each month from 12.00pm til 1.30pm. Join us for a light lunch and then an hour of singing for memory. All welcome. No church... read more
St Michael's Choir participates regularly in Sunday worship, leading the praise and singing anthems at the 11am Service.
Additionally we sing occasional concerts as well as events like “The Big Sing” for Alzheimer Scotland in... read more
A warm welcome awaits you at our book club, which meets on the first Thursday of every month 3.15-4.30pm in Room 1, Cross House.
Coffee and cake and book discussion.
All welcome. Info from Sally Chambers (07732722146).
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The Kirk Knitting Club usually meets on the first Monday of each month in Cross House at 10.30 am. We have an hour of knitting, chatting and eating cake... perhaps not in that order! Often we just bring our own knitting or... read more
Our Sunshine Singers go along to St Michael's Hospital on the last Friday of each month to sing from memory with those who are in hospital. Should you wish to join and become a sunshine singer please contact Myra Lawson 01506... read more
Our Sunshine Helpers go to St Michael’s hospital to share memory books, play dominoes, chat and draw with those who are in need of company. If you would like to become a sunshine helper then please contact the Church Office on... read more
Our Sunshine Gardeners help to make St Michael's Hospital gardens more beautiful for those who are in hospital there. If you would like to become a Sunshine Gardener and give of your time please contact the church office. 01506... read more
The advancement of Christ’s kingdom among boys and the promotion of habits of obedience, reverence, discipline, self-respect and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness. (The object of the Boys’ Brigade... read more
Meeting on Wednesday evenings, all sections of the company enjoy making crafts, playing games, hearing Bible stories, going on outings, having parties, as well as learning of social issues and making new friends. All this is to... read more
The Caring Cafe provides a meeting place in the heart of our community that gives people with dementia and their carers a chance to meet others in a similar situation.
Our church volunteers help at the cafe and there are staff... read more
Messy Church has a new look! Why not come along and see what we are up to. Just look out for our posters and banner to find out when we are on.
We run a Messy Church at Christmas and Easter, Summer, Autumn and Halloween and... read more
Our weekly Friday Night drop in youth club for you to come along and have fun with your friends. With areas to chill out, play Xbox or Wii, bake or do crafts, draw or play cards, play air hockey or table football. A lot is on... read more
St Michael's are involved in running multiple Holiday Clubs throughout the year.
Keep an eye on our news feed
for dates and times of forthcoming Holiday Clubs!
Every year we join with other churches in the town to run... read more
The Parent and Toddler Group runs on Tuesdays and Fridays during the school terms. The Group stops at the end of June and recommences in August. For places contact Margaret Henderson c/o the Church Office.
'Toddlers' was... read more
We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a... read more
The Festival of Christmas Trees
is back for 2018 !
Some photos from our Festival in 2017
A huge thank you to Margaret Johnston and the Fellowship Team and to all church and community organisations who decorated trees. ... read more
Scotland’s first ever Year of Young People is happening in 2018.
As part of its themed years programme, the Scottish Government has made 2018 the Year of Young People.
A global first, the Year of Young People 2018 will provide... read more
Linlithgow Young People’s Project (LYPP
) is a youth project which was planted in the heart of the community, more than 25 years ago in partnership with the churches in Linlithgow. It’s fundamental purpose then, as it is today... read more
The mission of each of the churches in Linlithgow is to proclaim the Christian faith, and to encourage its members in living out their faith in their daily lives.
Representatives from each of the churches meet together twice a... read more