About Our Congregation

Faith and Spirituality

Central to the Church of Scotland is our love and worship of God through following the teachings and examples of Jesus Christ. The pages below will help you discover more about our beliefs, aims, spirituality and international community of worship.

Our invitation to you

Life is a journey and we at East Neuk Trinity Church  would be very pleased to walk part or all of it with you.

A group of ordinary people with a variety of backgrounds, we do not claim to have all the answers, but we are willing to explore life’s questions with you and to join with you as you celebrate life’s rites of passage: births, wedding, funerals and all that happens in between.

We are committed to make God known in this place through our worship, in the way that we respond, connect and reflect the love of God within our communities.

We acknowledge the physical and spiritual aspects of life, and firmly believe both have to be held together to find fulfilment in this life, and to ensure eternal life.

Living in the present and looking to the future, we aim to be creative and compassionate in our interactions with others, non- judgemental and welcoming to all who come through the doors of our churches and into our wider community.

The congregation of East Neuk Trinity Church welcomes you! We invite you to come and visit our places of Worship , East Neuk Trinity Church and Colinsburgh Town Hall.

Dates and times of services are given on this website and in noticeboards. Each Sunday, forthcoming services are noted on the Order of Service.

You will find us a friendly group of people who are anxious that our church and our community should be open and outgoing. Enjoy your visit with us!

Our Beliefs

The God we believe in showed his love for the world in Jesus Christ, and his concern that all should value and treat each other with justice, regardless of status or influence.

We also believe that God does not wield power from a distance or make inflexible rules, but moves amongst people as a spirit, challenging pride and violence, offering strength, comfort and peace.

We as Christians follow Jesus, responding to the generosity and love of God by giving thanks in worship and on behalf of the whole world. They do this by singing praise, seeking to know God better and sharing in the struggles of the world through prayer.

People who are baptised become members of Christ's 'body', the Church, following the pattern of his life in acts of service and sacrifice and by what they say and do, inviting others to share the new life he offers both to individuals and communities

Our Aims

The Church of Scotland aims to worship God by following the teachings of Jesus Christ.

We express our love for God by our love and practical care for each other and for those we live with and encounter in our daily lives.

At the heart of our work to achieve these aims is one of the largest organisations in Scotland that has a pivotal role in Scottish society and indeed religion throughout the world.

Church of Scotland parish churches play a crucial part across a range of communities, from remote villages to deprived urban areas where shops, banks, schools and other institutions have disappeared.

Pastoral care of parishioners is an essential part of Christ's calling to the Church, particularly in times of need. As part of their caring task, local churches also aim to resource and run projects relating to groups such as asylum seekers and unemployed people

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