St Margaret's is an active church which hosts regular social events within the community throughout the year. From Ecumenical services to carols by candlelight, Burns suppers and quiz nights... there is always a social or spiritual event worth attending. 

St Margaret's also prints a monthly newsletter packed full of information about the church as well as local and national church news. For the most up to date newsletter please contact us and we will add you to the distribution list! There is also our regular Blog!

This section of our website will highlight forthcoming events. Please don't hesitate to Contact Us if you would like to join us for one of them. 

August Services:

Sunday Services at 11.30am: 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th August

Wednesday Services at 7pm: 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th August. 

September Services:

Sunday Services at 11.30am: 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September.

Wednesday Services at 7pm: 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th September.


Saturday 8 September, 10am - 4pm

St. Margaret's doors are always open to anyone who would like to come to a service or attend one of our social events. However, we also open our doors on Saturday 8 September to mark Renfrewshire's annual Doors Open Day. This always proves to be a popular event and we look forward to welcoming friends old and new and especially those who have a connection to the church that often goes back decades. In recent years we have had visitors from as far afield as Australia pop in! The theme of year's event is 'Young People' to mark the Year of the Young People. We will have plenty, including arts and crafts for young and old to enjoy as they visit and learn a bit more about our beautiful building.


2014 marked the centenary celebrations for the Church in Renfrew. No fewer than 10 events were organised throughout the year to celebrate including a re-dedication service and an impressive Flower Festival.  One of the highlights of our celebrations was a Civic Reception hosted by Renfrewshire's Provost Anne Hall and held in Renfrew Town Hall in November. Many of St Margaret's regular attendees came to celebrate.