Hello from Alan Ward,
the Interim Moderator at Kilwinning: Mansefield Trinity.
From the picture on our home page, you'll see that Mansefield Trinity congregation has a modern building. We rejoice that we are part of a tradition of Christianity in Kilwinning which dates back over a thousand years. Evidence of that can be seen in the majestic ruins of the twelfth century Abbey in the centre of the town. We are also part of the Church of Scotland, which is Presbyterian in its organisation. We are delighted to work in co-operation with the other Christian Churches in our town.
If you're a visitor to our website, we're delighted you have found us. The words and pictures on the various web pages will give an idea of what we get up to. If you want to know more, please contact the people whose phone numbers are on the page you are interested in.
Everything we do begins with our love of God and our desire to serve him. Worship on a Sunday is the starting point for our service to our members and to our community during the rest of the week.
We take very seriously our responsibility to show the love of Jesus Christ to our parish and our town. If you would like to learn more about the Christian faith, I'd be delighted to hear from you. Of course, you'll be very welcome to join us any Sunday morning.
In the autumn, winter and spring, we worship at 11.00 am. We sing from the Church Hymnary, Mission Praise, Junior Praise and from other modern Christian song books.
We are very informal, so come just as you are, and sit anywhere you like in the comfy seats in our cosy church.
The big news is that the congregation is now vacant and looking for a full-time minister. If you know of anyone who might be interested in taking on the challenge of leading an enthusiastic congregation eager to reach out to our community, please point them in our direction!
Until we find a new minister, the Reverend D. Ross Mitchell will be the locum, leading worship on Sundays and undertaking pastoral duties.
God bless you all,