Falkirk Trinity Church
Welcome to Falkirk Trinity Church - Faw Kirk was the first church erected in the town of Falkirk which is believed to have given rise to the town’s name. Our Church has many items of historical interest.
Services are held our building in the Town Centre at 11.00 am and last approximately 1 hour
Falkirk Old and St Modan’s Parish Church stands today on the site of the historic Faw Kirk, which was probably the first Christian structure in town. Along with the tombs and monuments in the churchyard and surrounding area, the site is becoming a popular place to visit with both international tourists and locals alike as the burial ground is a resting place of William Wallace’s finest knight, Sir John de Graham, whose body is said to have been carried from the battlefield and laid to rest in the kirkyard by William Wallace himself.
Our cafe is open each weekday from 12-2 for the sale of light refreshments and snacks. Please see our menu for more detail.
There are usually two soups on the menu each day along with a main course and sweet. Everything is cooked freshly.
We table serve and endeavour to create a warm, friendly and interactive environment.
Many of our customers are regulars whilst others express great delight at finding us for the first time.
Disabled access is via Manse Place off Kirk Wynd just after Costas. There is access via steps to the bus area in Newmarket Street and slightly less steps to the High Street opposite Marks and Spencer.
We look forward to serving you soon.
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