COVID-19 UPDATE: 27/09/2021
You can join us in person for the 11.15am service or you can access the service online. It is currently being sent out by email and is also recorded and put onto YouTube and Facebook. If you would like an email copy of the Sunday 11.15am service, please email email@example.com or leave a message on the church phone (01334 478317).
Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews, is also linked with Boarhills & Dunino. At this time Dunino hosts one service on Sundays at 9.45am which is led by Rev Marion Paton. Children and visitors are warmly welcomed to all services.
Welcome to the website of Holy Trinity Church, the historic Parish Church of St Andrews, Scotland, and a Church of Scotland congregation. We are the church at the heart of St Andrews – with St Andrews at its heart. Our mission is to serve the needs of people in our parish of St Andrews, and to help people connect with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Holy Trinity Parish Church in the centre of St Andrews is a special place, sometimes referred to as the Cradle of the Reformation in Scotland. Built in 1412, it has been re-ordered twice since then. It is a place of beauty and atmosphere with wonderful stained-glass and woodwork. But although we love our building, which is a testament to the faith of those who built it, it is the people who are the church, and we seek to be a people constantly reforming, always in the service of Christ.
Whether you come to us as a worshipper, a tourist, or a pilgrim, you are welcome. Our building has been a focal point of faith in the town for more than six hundred years and is an integral part of our past, our present and our future. We hope and pray that everyone will feel the presence of Christ in Holy Trinity and find in it a place of peace, community, hospitality and loving compassion.
We currently have one service on a Sunday, at 11:15 am. More information about this service can be found here: 11.15am service. Children are warmly welcomed at this service.
Where we are:
The Parish Church of the Holy Trinity is located in the centre of St Andrews town.
There is no Church parking on-site. However, on-street parking is offered by Fife Council. Parking in town is free on Sundays until 1pm.