Our Services

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. 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. Our “Wee Bairns”, for children up to Primary One, meet in the Lounge; S-Kidz, for children up to Primary Six, will meet in the hall; and Youth Station, for young people in Primary Seven onwards, will meet in the coffee room.

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.

Holy Week Services

Come and join us in April during Holy Week for any, or all, of the following events:

Monday 15th from 7.00pm until 7.30pm – Upturned tables meditation
Tuesday 16th anytime between noon and 7.30pm – Explore the Labyrinth
Wednesday 17th from 7.00pm until 7.30pm – Holy Week Holy Land meditation
Thursday 18th from 7.00pm until 7.45pm – Maundy Thursday Cheese, Crackers and Communion
Friday 19th from noon until 1.00pm – Reflective music with Bob Tait & from 7.00pm until 7.45pm – Around the Cross Good Friday service

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

Our Lent journey brings us to Palm Sunday and Holy Week…what would you be shouting if you were in the crowd that saw Jesus? What thoughts would be in your mind? What hopes would be in your heart?

What lay ahead for Jesus was the agonising time in the Garden of Gethsemane – not his will to be done but the Father’s. How difficult do you find putting yourself and the Church into the hands of God, asking not what we want to be done, but what He wants?

What lay ahead for Jesus was a brutal ending on a cross. Jesus knows what it means to suffer. Pray for all those going through times of trial and suffering, especially name those you know to be facing great hardship in life. What crosses do you have to bear? Talk to God about how you are feeling.

God sent Jesus into the world, not to be our judge, but to be our Saviour. Give thanks to God that through Jesus we are ransomed, healed, restored and forgiven. Give thanks to God for his amazing love.

As we come to the end of our Lenten journey, who will travel the final distance with Jesus? Close friends denied and betrayed him, others parted for the four corners, but you…what will you do?

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

Click the image above to view our Sunday service live. 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.