Worship

Our Services – Important Coronavirus Information

In line with Church of Scotland and Government advice, our Sunday worship services in Trinity are suspended until further notice and the Church Office is closed. Recorded services are being posted online weekly and you can watch these here. New services are posted on Saturdays. Stay safe.

We are a welcoming, lively and inclusive Church in the heart of Falkirk. Services are held here at 11.00am on Sunday mornings and last approximately an hour. All are welcome to worship with us. Services are led by our Minister, Rev Robert Allan. In normal circumstances, our services can also be watched live online.

Children are always welcome at our services and the first part of our worship is suitable for all ages. We have a crèche available for the under 5s and S-Kidz for primary school age children, both of which meet in the Main Hall after the all-age part of the service and Youth Station, for secondary age young people, meet in the Lounge after the all-age part of the service.

All are welcome to worship with us on Sunday mornings at 11am. We encourage all people, of all ages, to join us in worship and to come to faith in their own time.

Our worship approach is relatively informal and relaxed and we encourage members to participate in our services; to read, lead prayers, and to participate in drama.

Prayer Tree

Our Prayer Tree is sited in the Archway Vestibule. Please add the names of those for whom prayers are needed on the hearts and hang these on the tree. Our prayer tree is often filled with requests from people we don’t know who have a longing or a need and we gladly pray for them.

Our Prayer Group will collect these and pray for those in need.

For Prayer and Reflection

For prayer and reflection this week:

Longing for more.

The theme we are using in Sanctuary First this month centres around the essentials of life. We all need air to breath, shelter to keep us warm and protect us from the elements, water to keep us alive and of course at a social level we need to feel we belong.

In today’s story from the Gospel of John, a Samaritan woman encounters Jesus. And we find ourselves thinking about the significance of these four things and how they relate to our spiritual lives. In particular, we will be thinking about what it means to have a spiritual thirst and how you go about quenching it.

Lord, there are times when I come to church to hide. I don’t know what I’m looking for, but I don’t really want to talk about it. The fact is I’m thinking to myself, “There must be more than this?” Help me today to find what I need rather than what I want. Above all, help me to worship you honestly from my heart.

You can find our weekly prayer and reflection posts on the Falkirk Trinity Church facebook page.

Sunday Morning Worship – Live from Falkirk Trinity Church at 11.00am

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Sunday Services in Trinity are suspended. Recorded services are posted here on our Vimeo channel. If you experience issues viewing please contact us.

Missed the live service?

You can view recordings of our most recent Sunday services here on our Vimeo channel.