Worship at Dunfermline Abbey follows a traditional Church of Scotland pattern with the Word of God taking central place. The main service is at 10.30am each Sunday, and the sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the second Sundays of March, June, September and December. During school term-time, the congregation has been trialling an
We are more than just a Sunday thing, it's something different for everyone, everyday! Having been a centre of Christian Worship on this site for over a thousand years we look forward to the future with confidence in our place in the life of the town of Dunfermline. (more…)
Music has been an important feature of the liturgy at Dunfermline Abbey since the time of the Benedictine foundation in the twelfth century. In these earlier times music would have been sung at every service throughout the course of each day. (more…)
The Abbey Church is the centrepiece of Dunfermline, one of the oldest settlements in Scotland and once its proud capital. The history of The Abbey is entwined with that of Scotland itself, as Dunfermline was the burial site of the Scottish monarchs before the adoption of the island of Iona,
We are more than just a Sunday thing, it’s something different for everyone, every day!.