It is our vision to transform lives, spiritually, practically, and emotionally, in the local and global community.
It sometimes seems as if we are helpless as we watch the news unfolding in Ukraine. However, we can persist in prayer and mark our solidarity with the people of Ukraine as many are doing throughout Europe and the wider world. For ways to help the people of Ukraine, click here.
We go forward in faith and simply join Jesus in travelling the road ahead. We know the statistics of decline in the Church of Scotland and so we seek renewal of the Church for ourselves and for future generations. We want to see our Church full, used, and accessible throughout the week, offering support to those in need, near and far, and bringing more people to faith as we offer a warm and inclusive welcome and a positive image of Church to all. We build on the strong union of three Churches with many committed members, willing to try new things. In common with many Churches, we need to renew our efforts to encourage younger people in the life of the Church.
Our Church lies in the heart of Falkirk and is part of the Church of Scotland. We worship in the historic town centre building known as ‘The Faw Kirk’, from which the town takes its name. But more than simply a building, we believe the Church is first and foremost a people.
Our Sunday worship services begin at 10.30am in the Church building. We also have a shorter midweek worship service on Wednesday mornings at 11.30am. Online worship can be accessed on our website/video channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/falkirktrinityservices
The Cafe in the Kirk is open Wednesday to Friday from 10am for tea, coffee and scones, with lunches being served from noon until 2pm.
Worship in your own home with our online servicesfind out more
Prayer and reflection for each day of the monthread here
Our Charity Partnerships
Who do we work with?Find out here