Albert Place, Stirling FK8 2RG
Tel: 01786 359821
- Covid-19 update
- Worship resources
(pew sheet and audio files)
- Church News
- Church Magazine
- From the Rector
Currently closed for Public Worship
As Stirling has now moved into Tier 4 of Covid-19 restrictions, we have taken the decision to pause public Sunday services at Holy Trinity for three weeks.
As you can imagine, this decision has not been reached lightly as different factors come into play: Tier 4 restrictions mean it is even more difficult to run public services, but we also feel that, given the rise in numbers of Covid-19 cases in our area, we should be seen to take our part in reducing social contacts.
It will be more important than ever that we join in with prayer and worship on Sundays from home and support one another with a good thought, prayer or phone call.
Please be assured that you can always contact the Rector should the need arise. He will be in church on Sundays, saying the service and lifting our church community up to God in prayer.
Hopefully, we'll be back in church for Sunday 13th December, but there will be the usual provisions for Sunday worship on our website as well as additional resources for Advent in the meantime.
Watch this space!
For updates, prayer resources and streamed worship, please check in regularly on this website and our Facebook page.
You can also reach us on email@example.com or 01786 359821.
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At Holy Trinity, we offer a warm welcome to visitors, new residents and old friends. Irrespective of whether you’re an Episcopalian or Anglican, adhere to another Christian denomination or haven’t been to church before, we'll be pleased to see you.
We’re part of the Scottish Episcopal Church, which is an independent member of the world-wide Anglican Communion.
We’re Scottish because we trace our history back to the earliest known Christian communities in Scotland.
We're Episcopal because we maintain a form of church order of bishops, priests and deacons.
Holy Trinity belongs to the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane, one of seven dioceses covering the whole of Scotland.
The Scottish Episcopal Church is present in communities right across Scotland. Its members engage in roles of active Christian leadership on peace, justice and human rights issues as well as having pastoral and educational roles.
The Church works closely with other Christian denominations and faith communities in Scotland. At Holy Trinity, we hope and pray that we'll continue to grow as an integral part of Scotland's newest city in this new millennium.
If you're new to the Scottish Episcopal Church, or even to Christianity itself, we suggest you go straight to our Getting started section.
We hope you'll come to see us too!
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