e-bulletin & Magazine

A regular newsletter is produced in a light-hearted but informative way. It can be found along with our church magazine: 'The Tower'.

Click here to access them.

Download and print our leaflet,
"What can our church do for you?"
giving times of worship and activities
click here

The children asked the congregation "What is special to you about St. Michael's?"
To read the stories collected, click here.

Why not advertise through the "Tower"?

The cost is £10 per insertion for a quarter A5 page advert (£90pa).
Reaches 450 families and is passed on to friends afterwards.
We are currently reviewing the advertising and can offer exclusive advertising space.

Easter Services 2017



125 years of St. Michael's

A commemorative book to celebrate our 125th anniversary (November 2008) is available. £5 each plus postage. Orders can be placed by contacting the church office.

War Memorial Book

On Remembrance Day 2005, we installed a database to commemorate the lives of those listed on the War Memorials of World War 1 and World War 2. This also includes the names from the former North Merchiston Church War Memorial which was destroyed during the demolition of the church.

The book contains lists 141 names. We have managed to trace photographs of some of the fallen. In other cases the only reminder has been their gravestone and where possible these are included. It also, where available, contains information on where and how they died, where they are buried and their family. It brings to life the cost of war.

To obtain a copy, please contact the church office, tel: 0131 478 9675 or email
or contact the webmaster, tel: 0131 346 1179.
Cost: £6.00 each + £1 p/p.


Our Partners Together group opened the
Gorgie/Dalry Toy Library.

See for futher details.

Partner Churches sign their covenant

On 21 March 2010 in St Michael's Parish Church the four churches of Partner Churches joined together for a celebration of our partnership.
The Moderator of the Presbytery of Edinburgh, Rev Alistair Keil, and the Episcopalian Bishop of Edinburgh, Rt Rev Brian Smith, also joined in our celebrations. The preacher was Rev Peter Neilson who has done so much to help us on this journey.

To view the photos and video click here