EELK St Michael's Church in the Old Town of Tallinn has for centuries been an important religious and spiritual centre for the Estonian Swedes. Due to its close connections with Nordic countries, is is becoming a sort of Nordic centre as well.
The bigger part of the 300-strong congregation is made up of Estonian Swedes and their offspring. Divine services in Swedish take place every Sunday at 12. From St Michael's day up to Easter evening masses are held every Wednesday. In addition to St Michael's own parish, German and Finnish parishes use the premises too.
Owing to its good acoustics St Michael's Church is a suitable place for concerts. The church also shelters Rüütli Folk High school, Swedish children's play school and the church museum of the Estonian Swedes.