Welcome

Welcome to St Michael’s Episcopal Church, Helensburgh, the only “Piskie” church in our diocese in Argyll & Bute. We are a vibrant community of approximately 200 people most of whom play an active role in the life of St Michael’s. We stand firmly in the liturgical tradition of the Scottish Episcopal Church (part of the Anglican Communion) offering two Eucharists every Sunday and for 9 months of the year we have Choral Evensong on Sunday evening. We hope you enjoy looking at our website and that this might whet your appetite to worship with us. 

This is Dom’s 5th parish, having previously served in Bridge of Allan, Cambuslang, Newcastle & Manchester.  In addition to being a rector, Dom has been an Anglican Franciscan; University Chaplain; Bishop’s Chaplain and Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Vocations).  Dom is married to Anna and they live in the rectory next to St.Michael’s church.

rector@stmichaelhelensburgh.org.uk

Everyone is welcome to join us at our services:

  • Said Eucharist (1970 Rite) at 8am
  • Sung Eucharist (1982 Rite) at 10.30am with Young Church.
  • Choral Evensong at 6.30pm (Scottish Prayer Book)
  • Mid-week Said Eucharist (1982 Rite) on Tuesday at 10.30am.

Major festivals of the Church as announced.

A Study Day

We welcome enquiries about celebrating baptism, confirmation, and marriage, in the church. The Rector is always sympathetic to requests to conduct funerals, even if the person concerned is not a member of either St Michael’s or the Episcopal Church.

St Michael’s takes seriously its mission to witness to the Christian faith as effectively as possible. The people of St Michael’s take part in ecumenical events organised in Helensburgh. The church is a very active member of the local Christian Aid group. Members also are involved in a wide variety of secular activities in the town and district.

A variety of church groups meet regularly and cater for a many interests. You will find details of all these activities by clicking on the Groups and Clubs tabs, and in the magazine ‘The Messenger’, which is distributed free-of-charge.

We hope that you would like to worship with us regularly.
If you would like to be included in the Congregational Roll, please ask for a yellow card, and return it to The Rector.
We look forward to getting to know you, and hope that you will be happy as a member of St Michael & All Angels.

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