Our Guild meets in the Lounge on Wednesdays in February, March, October and November. Meetings start at 2.00pm and are open to men and women.
We are a very small part of an organisation of 25,000 members! Occasionally we have outside speakers, but in the main we draw on the talents and experiences of our own members, and we have been privileged to share their wide range of interests, hobbies and stories of life and faith.
The Church of Scotland Guild provides many excellent resources and materials to go along with the yearly themes.
Falkirk Trinity Church Choir
The choir meets once per month on a Thursday evening with some additional evenings in the period before Easter and Advent/Christmas. Practices are held either in the Main Hall or the Archway Room from 7.30pm-9.30pm. Rehearsal dates for the year can be found here.
The choir also practices before each Sunday Service at 10.15am prompt in the Archway Room. New members are always made welcome. Anyone interested in joining the choir should speak to Bob Tait on Sunday.
The Kirk Session meets five times a year to debate and decide on matters affecting the life of our Church, both spiritual and secular. It is supported by four groups which have been created in order that we can drive change as we face the challenging future of our Church and the Kirk in Scotland.
Community Hub Group
Buildings and Finance Group
Outreach and Youth Group
Faith and Worship Group
Our Christian Growth Team organise various events throughout the year to encourage spiritual reflection.
Details can be found in the Church News.
Ideas for prayer and reflection can be found on our Worship page and also on the Sanctuary First website, which also provides other spiritual resources.
Each week after the first part of the service, the children leave for S Kidz in the hall. But have you ever wondered what they do through there?
Well, after our get together and stories about our week, we watch or listen to a Bible story then learn more through games, crafts, songs and prayers all linked to the theme for the week.
We operate with a team of leaders each week and a rota of helpers. We are always looking for more helpers so if you would like to join us once in a while just let us know.
Youth Station are a group of young people from P7 – S6 who meet each Sunday to learn more about Christian faith.
Things we do during Youth Station include: attend communion services; have talks from members of the congregation; discuss issues in life and how the Bible helps us to cope with these; help S-Kidz with things like nativity plays; take part in youth services e.g. talking, playing musical instruments; pack charity shoe boxes at Christmas and so much more.
Creche – Wee Bairns
Members of the congregation look after babies from weeks old up to Primary One age to allow their parents time to enjoy the service.
The Girls’ Brigade is a lively, vibrant organisation offering a wide range of activities for girls, from dancing to cookery, within a safe and secure environment.
The 4th Falkirk Girls’ Brigade meet in the Ettrich Dochart Community Hall on Thursdays from 6.15pm until 7.30pm. The 9th Falkirk Girls’ Brigade meet in Falkirk Trinity Church on Wednesdays from 6.30pm – 8.00pm.
The Boys’ Brigade gives boys the opportunity to meet together and engage in a range of fun and developmental activities and experiences, from sports to quizzes and craft activities.
The 4th Falkirk Boys’ Brigade meet on Wednesday evenings in the Ettrick Dochart Community Hall. The Anchor Boys and Junior Section meet from 6.30pm until 7.30pm and the Company Section meet from 6.30pm until 8.00pm. For more information, contact email@example.com
Our Walking Group meet on Monday evenings at 7pm from March until September to go on pleasant walks around Falkirk. The meeting point for walks changes regularly and can be found here. New walkers are always welcome!
The group also arrange some Saturday walks throughout the season too. The next one will be on the 23rd of March, following a circular route from Balbirnie (Markinch) to Star Moss/Kirkforthar. This walk will take around 2.5 hours on reasonable paths. The group will leave Falkirk at 9.00am and will have lunch at Bridgeton Garden Centre.
Sunday Morning Worship – Live from Falkirk Trinity Church at 11.00am
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Missed the live service?
You can view recordings of our most recent Sunday services here on our Vimeo channel.