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Coronavirus Guidelines


In line with the latest government advice concerning the spread of coronavirus, sadly, all worship Services and church activities are suspended until further notice.  We are keeping the situation under constant review and are currently looking at measures to keep in touch with as many of the congregation as possible until such times as we are able to resume normal worship and activities.


This includes sending a weekly bulletin by email and to this end would encourage as many of you as possible to make your email address known to us, either by emailing it to the church email address or via the “contact” page of this website.


We are very grateful to able to continue to hold worship Services every Sunday at 11am and 7pm via Zoom. To join into those Services, you will have to download the Zoom App onto your smartphone, tablet, pc or other device, then submit a code, which will be intimated in the weekly bulletin.


Should you require any pastoral or practical support during this time, please contact the Minister, Session Clerk or your Elder and we will do all we can to help. The Church Secretary continues to work from home and can be contacted by telephone there or again, via the church email address or “contact” form on this website.


The Strathcarron Hospice “Big Birthday Tea” on 22 April, the Book Reading Group on 28 May and the Sunday School Coffee Morning on 30 May will all be re-scheduled at later dates.


The Joint Easter Week Services at Falkirk Baptist Church from 7-10 April are cancelled, as is the Franklin Graham Tour on 30 May.


We pray you will know God’s strength and peace in these difficult days and that He will have mercy on our world and nation as we look to Him in repentance and prayer.


Vacancy for Church Organist

The above position is currently vacant. The Organist is required to play at both Services every Sunday, which take place at 11am and 7pm. The organ is played at the morning Service and a grand piano is played at the evening Service. The organ is an Ingram 2 manual pedal pipe organ. If you are interested in the position and wish further details, please get in touch via the Contact page of our website.


Forth Valley Keswick

The second annual Forth Valley Keswick, part of the worldwide Keswick movement, takes place this October and at St Andrew’s West we are delighted to support these meetings

Dates:  Friday, 02 – Sunday, 04 October 2020 at 7.30pm each evening

Place:  Inchyra Grange Hotel, Grange Road, Polmont, Falkirk, FK2 0YB

Speaker:  Tim Chester

Website:  visit for further information

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Church Address

St Andrew's West Church.

Upper Newmarket Street, Falkirk.



Phone 01324 622091

Scottish Charity Number: SC005066