The three Churches within the Parish of the Most Holy Trinity (St Peter in Chains Inverkeithing, Ss John and Columba’s, Rosyth & Our Lady of Lourdes, Dunfermline are open for public worship. Please follow public health guidance prior to your visit. Face coverings are optional but highly recommended, hand sanitiser is available for use prior to entry and exit.
For those unable to attend Mass, services will be livestreamed from Ss John & Columba’s Church on our Facebook page – The Catholic Parish of the Most Holy Trinity.
Please see the weekly parish newsletter which contains the information on service times and locations.
It will be such a real joy if you wish to join us for the celebration of Holy Mass!
Please observe the following guidelines.
Do not enter the church if you have symptoms of Covid-19. If you are sick, have a cold, flu or fever, you must stay at home.
- Ensure you sanitise your hands on entry to and exit from the Church.
- The sign of peace at this time will be symbolic by gesture, please refrain from shaking hands or any kind of close contact (unless from the same household).
- People using the toilet should wash their hands thoroughly and use disposable towels and to disinfect any surfaces they touch such as door handles, sink, taps and toilet seat/flush handle. There will also be a sanitising station and reminder sign at the WC door.
More information can be found on the website of the Bishops Conference of Scotland: BCOS
Returning to Church for Prayer Video
This short video illustrates some of changes that parishioners can expect to see when they visit their re-opened parish church.
For further advise on Covid measures please visit the NHS Inform website at https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/coronavirus-covid-19