The Church of Scotland Parish covering the North West part of Kirkcaldy in Fife

Sunday 31st May


This Sunday there is no on-line Torbain Church service as the Moderator of the General Assembly is to host a service for all congregations across Scotland.

To watch the service please click on this link

Torbain Church services will be back on-line from 7th June.

Coronavirus Covid-19

  • To comply with government advice the Church buildings are closed until further notice

  • All activities in our Halls have been cancelled

  • On-line services are available on our You Tube channel and can be accessed by clicking this button

  • The You Tube channel can also be accessed through many TV services (eg Virgin). For guidance on how to find our channel on Virgin TV please go to our Torbain You Tube page

  • Sunday Morning Worship will start at 11am. This will be available on both You Tube  and on our Facebook page. You should be able to access the channel from around 10:50am before the service begins

  • Please see information on ways to give during this emergency by clicking here

  • If you need any assistance related to the corona virus oubreak please contact us using this e-mail

Torbain is a welcoming, family friendly church open to all for worship and community activities.

We worship every Sunday and have special services throughout the Christian calendar.

We also hold regular social events during the year


The Church and halls are wheelchair friendly with step-free access.


Accessible toilet in hall area.


The sanctuary is equipped with hearing loop system

Wi-fi available throughout the Church buildings

Large car park with space for more than 50 cars

Torbain Parish Church of Scotland, Kirkcaldy

Kirkcaldy Torbain Parish Church

Torbain Parsh Church

Scottish Charity No. SC015807

Carron Place, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY2 6PS

NHS Fife Heathy Harmonies Choir

A Message from Rev Brian Porteous OLM

I don’t have to tell you that we are living in extraordinary times. Our lives are dislocated and disrupted in ways that can only be comparable to wartime.

Our first priority is to stay safe and follow Government guidance so as to minimise the rate of spread of the virus and ease the pressure on our wonderful NHS.

As Christians we can and should go further. We should do what we can to help our neighbours even if that just means a phone call to see that all is well. We are organising a support system in the parish for those needing help and anyone needing assistance should call 07913611018.

We should remain as positive as we can knowing that through all the challenges we are facing, God is with us and these words from Philippians 4 should be of assistance:

4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: rejoice! 5 Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. 6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

As Paul writes in this passage we should bring our concerns to God in prayer.


I am unable to visit anyone at present but I am trying to phone round as many folk as possible. If I haven’t got to you yet then please do not hesitate to give me a call on 07796694413. I am also doing a daily reflection on the Church’s Facebook page each morning and leading an on-line Study every Wednesday evening at 7.30pm. If you want to join this study session then please drop me an email to Finally, we are going to try to make further efforts to get a time of worship on-line on Sundays – watch this space.


Please stay safe, please follow guidance, please ask for help if you need it but above all, please continue to trust in our merciful God to be with us in our troubles and to get us through them.

Every blessing,