Our postal address is Queensferry Road, Rosyth, Dunfermline, KY11 2JH.
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From Edinburgh, the simplest way is to cross the Forth Road Bridge and take the A90/M90 to leave at Junction 2. Note that the slip road is very close to Junction 1 and the beginning of the motorway section! At the end of the motorway link, keep left and take the first exit, signposted to Rosyth.
Stay in the left-hand lane, and take the first exit (bearing left) at the second of the linked mini-roundabouts, into Queensferry Road. You will pass a small Tesco store on your right, just before a pedestrian crossing, and the church building may be seen on the left in about 200yds.
From Dunfermline, follow directions to Edinburgh/the Forth Road Bridge, which will lead you to the A823. Take the right-hand lane approaching the final roundabout, signposted Rosyth, and then head into the left-hand lane, taking the first exit after the dual carriageway.
Then follow the second paragraph of the directions above.
The car park is behind the church, in Woodside Avenue. Limited local on-street parking is available, but there is plenty of space in the parking area at the junction of Queensferry Road with Park Road, and in the car park at Rosyth railway station.
For major events and services, the car park behind the church soon gets full, and we ask that you consider parking elsewhere unless you have mobility needs, or are involved in the event/service.
Please remember that Woodside Avenue is used by service buses, so parking on both sides of the road is both anti-social and an offence! Cars usually park just on the north side of the road, and partly on the pavement, but do take care not to obstruct pedestrians.
If you prefer to come by public transport, the Church is on several bus routes, and less than five minutes walk away from Rosyth railway station. You can plan your journey at Traveline Scotland.