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Falkirk Trinity Church of Scotland

Being part of any community is about getting involved and churches are no exception. Getting involved will mean you get the most out of church life and deepen your own relationship with God and other people as a result.

There are lots of ways to get involved in the life of the church here at Falkirk Trinity Church. If you're new to the church or have yet to make good connections we suggest come along to a Sunday morning service or call us for a chat beforehand.

Getting involved in mid-week activities or volunteering your time with one of the community projects we run is a great way to make connections.

As a growing church we want to develop activities that meet the needs of everyone that is part of the church. We also want to give everyone opportunities to play their part either through joining in with existing activities or perhaps starting new ones. We are open to new ideas, so please let us know how you would like to get more involved.

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The Cafe in the Kirk

By: Falkirk Trinity Church of Scotland.

Our church cafe is open each weekday from 10.30am for tea, coffee and scones and from noon until 2pm for light refreshments, soups, sandwiches and snacks!

We table serve and endeavour to create a w...

Bereavement Support

By: Falkirk Trinity Church of Scotland.

'Seasons for Growth' Bereavement Support Groups are now running regularly in Falkirk Trinity. The groups are open to all adults who have experienced the death of someone close to them, a family member...


By: Falkirk Trinity Church of Scotland.

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  • Falkirk

The Wanderers is a social group for the elderly or housebound of local Falkirk churches is the Wanderers Group.

The Wanderers go out in a bus, which normally carries 12 passengers with 2 escorts. T...

Youth Station

By: Falkirk Trinity Church of Scotland.

Youth Station are a group of young people from Primary seven to sixth year who meet each Sunday to learn more about Jesus, the Bible and the Christian faith.

Things we do during youth station inclu...

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