Holy Trinity Dunfermline – Scottish Episcopal Church
East Port, Dunfermline KY12 7JE
T: 01383 732654
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We sit right on the route of Fife Pilgrims Way and would be honoured to host you on your pilgrimage.
Parking is available in Viewfield Terrace car park, which is just south of the Church and accessed from Viewfield Terrace alongside. If this is busy, there is on-street parking further down Viewfield Terrace, and public car parks at Walmer Drive and the Kingsgate Centre. Parking charges may be in operation please check the signage.
Leys Park offers free parking all day and is only a short walk to the church.
Directions by Car
Most people from a distance will reach Dunfermline via the M90 motorway, from which the easiest way to find Holy Trinity is to leave at Junction 3 and turn left onto the A907. Continue ahead passing the Retail Park (Asda) on your right and Carnegie College on your left. Follow the A907 for a further 2 miles through traffic lights and past the Dunfermline Athletic Football Ground on your right, until you reach the main roundabout (the Public Park on your left), when you have reached the complex light-controlled junction at Sinclair Gardens. Keep in the middle lane, but go straight ahead at the roundabout and bear left second exit into East Port. Continue past the Carnegie Hall on your left, and just on the left is Holy Trinity Dunfermline -Scottish Episcopal Church. Viewfield Carpark can be accessed by turning left immediately after the church.
From the West, the easiest way to find the church is to come in on the A994, and proceed through several sets of traffic lights, with the Tescos, Fire Station on the left, and later Debenhams store on the right. Continue east until the Sinclair Gardens roundabout is reached, taking the right-hand lane onto the roundabout, and making a 270° loop through the junction into East Port.
By Bus: Dunfermline Bus Station is a short 5min walk away. From the Bus Station exit and head south to the pedestrianised high street, turn left and head eastwards along to the East Port (named after the old Eastern Portcullis entrance to the formally walled part of the town) the church will be on the right.
By Train: Take the train to Dunfermline Town station (Operated by ScotRail) and leave the station to the North. The walk up the hill will take around 10mins. Either head through the underpass, under the duel carriageway and head north up the West Drive and turn left onto Viewfield Terrace, follow this road round and the church will be on the right. If you have more time why not head directly north through the Public Park (opened in 1866) past the Louise Carnegie bandstand (1888), once at the top of the hill turn left at the old fountain and walk over the footbridge. Don’t forget to look South as you cross for fantastic views of the River Forth and the three large bridges. On the other side turn right and then follow the path to the left, past Carnegie Hall and our church will be on the left through the trees.
The Scottish Episcopal Church welcomes you. We look forward to seeing you soon!