Springfield Worship


Where?
The weekly All-age Worship Service in Springfield Primary School forms an important part of the different diets of worship offered at St Michael’s; some thirty two years after it was first established, initially as an outreach to the large new housing development at the east end of the town.

When?
With the exception of Communion Sundays and short breaks at Christmas and Easter, the service runs throughout the school year from the beginning of September until the end of May (when the summer services at St Michael’s start). The service is held in the School Hall at Springfield at 9.45am and lasts approximately 45 minutes.

Who?
All are welcome! In particular, young children are welcome and included without their parents worrying about them being a distraction to others.   With easier parking, no hill to climb and no steps to negotiate, the service may be suitable for those who perhaps find  Kirk Wynd a challenge, not to mention those who just like the informality of the worship.

Worship?
The less formal service is led by a minister on the first Sunday of the month and on one or two other Sundays. A member from a team of trained elders leads at other times. Music is provided by a rota of pianists supplemented on special occasions by the Family Band or music@stmikes.

Fellowship?
The service is followed by teas, coffees and juice, with the all-important biscuits and occasionally cakes, in the Community Wing of the school. This opportunity for fellowship is an important part of the Springfield Worship Experience.

Come along and join us – you will be made very welcome!

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At our All Age service here in Springfield School on Sunday 5th February we were delighted to welcome little Lewis Rhind into our church family through Baptism.

Every Sunday is special at Springfield but this day was extra special. Lewis brought family and friends with him and following his Baptism the children all made a craft activity.  Afterwards we all shared fellowship over tea coffee and cakes.

We have added some photos above.