St Michael’s has a proud history of progressive and inclusive theology led by forward-thinking ministers.
We are fortunate that from 2008 addresses and reflections offered during Sunday services and special occasions were video recorded and made available on St Michael’s public YouTube channel.
These videos feature Dr Francis Macnab who served as St Michael’s minister from 1971 to 2016 and the various guest and interim ministers who led services during the vacancy from 2017 to 2019. These are accessible as curated playlists via the links below.
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We hope you will enjoy exploring St Michael’s rich theological heritage.