The Trust

The Falkirk Christian Resources Trust (SCIO) was incorporated by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) on 12 April 2012.

Our charitable objects and purposes are to advance the Christian faith.

We have the goal of being a non-denominational resource to churches and the general public in Falkirk and the wider area. Three Christian denominations are presently-represented among the Trustees.

We aim to promote the Christian faith by supporting and complementing the work and witness of churches in the area, and being a source of information and advice about Christian faith and belief for the general public.

To this end, we plan to:-

  • organise events focussing on different aspects of Christian work and witness, including a monthly series of meetings open to the public
  • provide leaflets designed to encourage thinking about the Christian faith
  • create opportunities for prayer
  • provide a web-site prayer board accessible by the general public
  • offer story-telling sessions for children
  • provide a shop to supply Christian books and resources to churches and the general public
  • provide information to the general public on our wall and web-site notice boards, about what is happening locally and nationally in churches and Christian organisations
  • encourage the use of the seated corner in the shop for prayer and reflection or for browsing through a book or relaxing with a cup of tea or coffee
  • provide a regularly up-dated database of resources and organisations

Trust Members

Chair Person
T John Brown
George Ralston
Honorary Treasurer
Robert Thomson
Manus McMonagle
Laura Crompton
Eleanor Scott

The Falkirk Christian Resources Trust is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). A SCIO is a corporate body with the same status, rights, protections, privileges, responsibilities and liabilities that an individual would have under the law. In most cases, the liability of Trustees is limited.

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