Camelon Parish Church was first constituted by the Church of Scotland in 1842. Since then the history of the Church in Camelon became increasingly complex resulting in the parish of Camelon being split into three distinct areas, then in 1973, following the congregation of Camelon Trinity Church being dissolved, it was split between Camelon Irving and Camelon St John's Churches.

We have now come full circle and on 30th December 2003 the new Camelon Parish Church came into being. In the century-and-a-half since the first Camelon Parish Church was constituted Camelon has changed beyond recognition, socially, economically and spiritually. The story of how we arrived at our present position is told in the individual but often interwoven histories of Irving and St John's. We are grateful to George Boyle (Irving) and Ian Scott (St John's) for their work in researching and documenting the story of the Church of Scotland in Camelon Parish.

You can make any queries about Camelon Parish Church, its premises and its activities by contacting the office on 01324 870011 (this is an answering service only). You can also reach us by coming along any Sunday morning at 11.00am.