Latest News

Book Sale

The next book sale will take place on 20th August from 10am to 1pm in the Kirk Hall

Sunday Worship

Sunday Worship is at 10am weekly, both on-line and in the Kirk

The wearing of masks when attending worship services, including weddings, funerals and christenings is no longer a legal requirement.  

However, it remains the personal choice of individuals if they wish to continue wearing masks when attending worship and also when singing during the service.  To address any concerns which individuals may have in this regard, a number of rows at the back of the church will be clearly signed for people wishing to wear masks and where individuals can choose to sit at least one metre apart from another household.

We would ask everyone attending the in-person worship services to be aware of the concerns which some people may have about coming to church.  Please respect the fact that individuals may wish to continue to sit at least one metre away from another household.  

If anyone has any of the symptoms which have been associated with Covid, we would encourage you to join us in worshipping online rather than attending the in-person service.

Thank you for your continuing involvement in St Michael's. We look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday.





Aspire Linlithgow

Help restore Linlithgow's stunning architectural symbol !

The Crown of Thorns spire of St Michael's Parish Church has become the modern built symbol of our town since it was installed in 1964. But decades of Scottish weather have taken their toll: both the aluminium cladding and sections of the timber structure now need to be replaced with modern, long-life materials.

Let's aspire to remake history by safeguarding this iconic Linlithgow structure for future generations to enjoy.

Donating with Stewardship is really easy and completely secure. If you are a UK taxpayer, please confirm that you would like to reclaim Gift Aid on your donation. This will add 25p to every £1 you give.


Orders of Service

There are no Orders of Service available at present.

Weekly Intimations

Knowing Christ Better

Friday Housegroup

The Friday Housegroup has resumed, meeting at 10am .

For further information please contact Barbara Thomson (845705).




The Help Centre

Offers information covering many concerns.  Wondering where to access support for yourself or another?  Tel 842646, or look at

Bereavement Support

The Team offers confidential one to one support to help you adapt to your loss. In addition, Positive Pathways support group meets fortnightly in the informal setting of the Canal Tearoom. Contact Sheila Rae 07719966273 or

Making Him Known to Others


 Every Thursday   

If you are at home with your wee ones why not come along instead of sitting in on your own.  If you're a Mum, Dad, Granny, Grandpa or babysitter just pop along to the Kirk hall for 10 am. A really warm welcome awaits with songs,crafts, a wee prayer, lots of fun and tea and coffee too. No church connection needed at all. Hope to see you there. No cost.   Please contact the office for further info, Tel: 842188.

Latest Magazine

The latest edition of  Crosswind Magazine is now available to download from the Crosswind page.

CDs-Church Service

If you would like to borrow a recording of previous services, you will find CDs at the Church shop. A recording of the sermon is available weekly via podcast here.

Serving Him Together

Faith Impact Forum

Click here for a look at the weekly newsletter from the Faith Impact Forum.

If you would like to subscribe to this then click here.


Crossreach News is available here.  More information about Crossreach itself is available on their website.


Time of Stillness - Every Thursday in the Church

2pm in St Katherine's Aisle (entrance via south door)   Discover what 15 minutes of stillness can do for you.  All welcome.

General Notices

Maintenance of our buildings

With a view to fast tracking maintenance and repair issues to all church properties, an email address, has been set up which will allow elders and members of the congregation to alert the Property Team of any issues requiring attention. A member of the team will monitor this email address from their personal laptop and pass the information to the appropriate team member for action. 

To advise of a repair or maintenance issue, click on the email address and provide the following basic information to action an investigation or repair.

Which building is the issue in?

Where in the building is the problem?

Brief description of the problem.

Reported by and date the issue was discovered.

A reply response will be generated confirming that we are in receipt of the email, which is receiving the attention of the Property Team.



Cross House - a house for the Town

Exciting plans have been unveiled for the re-development of Cross House


Listening Service

Springfield Service

Springfield Services resume on Sunday 4 September at 9.45am

Everyone Welcome !

Toddler Group

Toddlers is back !

Currently bookings have to be made (for adults only ) at Eventbrite.

If you want a cuppa then please bring your own mug. Due to covid guidelines we are unable to use the ones from our kitchen.

Any questions at all, please contact Lorraine on or Fiona on

Annual Report and Accounts

Our Annual Report and Accounts for 2020 have been approved by Kirk Session and by Presbytery. Please read Anne Law's article in the current issue of Crosswind for an overview of our financial situation at the end of a remarkable year.


Giving to St Michael’s

You might be wondering how you can support financially the work of St Michael’s and the wider Church of Scotland.  

Those members who currently give through the Free Will Offering Scheme and who cannot hand in their envelopes might wish to consider one of the following options:

·         You could set up a monthly standing order for regular giving – please contact either Tim Brown on or Andrew Jones on and either Tim or Andrew will be able to send you a standing order form and advise on Gift Aid

·         You could make a one-off payment using the Stewardship button below


·         You could continue to set aside your weekly gifts and contact your Elder who would be happy to help you.

Gift Aid 

Did you know that the church can claim 25p for every £ given if the donor is a UK taxpayer and signs a Gift Aid declaration? This is true whether payments are made by regular standing order, via freewill envelopes, or by other identifiable means. For more information, or to set up/amend an existing arrangement please contact the Gift Aid Convener in confidence - Andrew Jones – at or on 01506 840914.




Data Protection

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in the UK on 25 May 2018. It replaces the existing law on data protection (the Data Protection Act 1998) and gives individuals more rights and protections with regard to how their personal data is used by organisations. 

St.Michael's have adopted the following :

Data Protection Policy

Data Retention Policy

Privacy Notice