Maybe you’ve seen our building in the centre of Falkirk and are curious. Whatever the reason, we hope that you feel welcome at Falkirk Trinity Church.
Hopefully this website will help you learn a little more about us, and if you feel like dropping by to any of our services, we’d love to see you!
Visiting a church for the first time can be nerve-racking, but having an idea of what to expect can help! We stream our Sunday morning service Live on-line and all are welcome to join with us in worship.
What are our services like?
The service lasts about an hour. We sing hymns and songs using words shown on the big screens in the Sanctuary and are led by the Choir and Organist. The sermon lasts about 15 minutes and uses scripture to teach its points. Following the service, all are invited to go through to the hall for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat. We sometimes have a snack lunch after the service and these are intimated in the Church News.
How large is the church?
Our church roll is approximately 650 and more than 200 typically attend for Sunday morning worship. We have comfortable chairs in the main sanctuary.
What do I wear?
Some wear suits and ties, but many come more casually dressed. Please wear what you find comfortable - your presence is much more important than your appearance!
Will I be asked to give money?
Offering is collected in the vestibule as you enter the church. Please feel free to place whatever you think appropriate into the offering plate.
Children sit with their families in the sanctuary for the first part of the service which includes an all age talk in which the children can participate. They are then invited through to the hall for S-Kidz (ages 3 up to Primary 6) and Youth Station (Primary 7 up to S6). They start in the sanctuary but are later invited through to the hall for worship geared toward them. The crèche is available to newborn children through to three-year-olds at any point during the service.