At the heart of St Michael’s is a prayerful community of faith, thanking God for the gift of life and the gift of love in life. We worship God — the Creator, our Saviour and Holy Spirit. We celebrate the wide embrace of God’s grace, God’s “yes” to us all as God finds us. By God’s Spirit we seek to be to each other strength in need, comfort in sorrow and companions in joy.
Come and join us for worship throughout the week. On Sunday we worship at 9.30am and 11.00am in the Kirk, and at 9.45am at Springfield Primary School. Sunday evening we meet at the Kirk Hall at 6.30pm. On Wednesday at 12.30pm we join for prayer in the Queen’s Aisle. Seedlings, church for tots and toddlers meets at 10.00am Thursday in the Kirk hall, and there is a Time of Stillness at 2.00pm on Thursday in the St Katherine’s Aisle of the Kirk.
A burning candle, beautiful musical, simple poetic prayers and light shining through our beautiful stainedglass, washing St Katherine's aisle with vibrant colour. In the feast... read more
A prayer meeting is held here at 12.30pm each Wednesday. Communion is celebrated on the first Wednesday of each month. Please come and join your prayers with the prayers of... read more
The Church produces a Monthly Prayer Calendar which is available here
Together We Pray is a national prayer initiative, running from September 2017 to May 2018, calling the... read more
A Joint Mothering Sunday service, bringing together the Kirk and Springfield congregations, is held annually. The latest one was held on Sunday 26th March 2017. We've added... read more
Christian Stewardship is about our response to the gifts that we have received from God. It concerns the use of our time, talents and treasure for the work of the church, and... read more
This takes place within St Michael's hospital and Linlithgow care Home on the second Tuesday of each month led by the Associate Minister. Services within the church for those... read more
This service for the bereaved is held once a year at the beginning of November. Music, prayers and readings with an opportunity to light a candle in memory of the one you love.... read more
Why come to Communion? It's a question that many of us may be asking. In reply, these are the words of welcome and invitation that we use in St Michael's.
"Come to this table,... read more
These prayers have been written by members of our congregation who have personal experience of the prayer they have written for. They have been written for others going through... read more
On a Sunday night in Cross House we run our Youth Fellowship (YF) for anyone in S3-S6. We run from 7.30-9.30pm and offer a place for young people to come together, have fun... read more
Seedlings is a bright, busy, fast moving church for tots and toddlers, their mums and dads, grandparents or carers. We meet on a Thursday morning at 10 o’clock in our Kirk Hall... read more
Sunday Club is where children are welcome to come and learn about God’s love for them and have loads of fun every Sunday. The club is open to all children aged between three... read more
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... read more
Marriage is a big step on a lifelong journey that offers joy and challenges in equal measure. For this reason many people still choose to be married in the traditional way, in... read more