Holy Trinity is the Episcopal Church in Kilmarnock serving the town and the local area. We are a welcoming Christian community of all ages. On Sundays our main service is Holy Communion, where we come together to share in bread and wine in order that we draw closer to Jesus and to one another. Other services include Morning Prayer throughout the week, mid week Holy Communion on Wednesday, Family Communion, services of Prayers for Wholeness and Healing, as well as special seasonal services.
The Episcopal Church is a member of the world wide communion of Anglicans, which is a family of over 70 million Christians in more than 160 countries. The traditions of our church are rooted in the life and history of Scotland. The Scottish Episcopal Church is known as a Province of the Anglican Communion. Within the Province there are seven areas (known as Dioceses) which cover mainland Scotland and the Islands. Each Diocese is overseen by a Bishop. The Dioceses are: Aberdeen & Orkney; Argyll & The Isles; Brechin; Edinburgh; Glasgow & Galloway; Moray, Ross & Caithness and St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane.
There are over 350 Scottish Episcopal Churches across Scotland which offer a range of liturgical worship and music.