A very warm welcome to you...

from the congregation of Coylton Parish Church in South Ayrshire, Scotland.

All visitors most welcome!  Visit us for our weekly Sunday service starting at 10am and stay for informal fellowship, teas & coffees afterward.


We are delighted to welcome you back to our church, in line with Scottish Government and Church of Scotland guidance.

Social distancing measures and frequent cleaning have been introduced to keep our congregation and visitors safe.

The wearing of masks is now optional and use of alcohol hand gel is encouraged. Hand gel will be provided at the entrances to our building.

We also now live-stream our services on YouTube. Join us there!


Visit Us

Come and join us at our weekly Sunday service, and stay afterward for some teas & coffees!

Find us on the map


Read about the latest events and news from our minister, the Kirk Session and the rest of our congregation.

Read the news

Contact Us

Want to drop us a line? Here are the details for some key people in our congregation, we are always available for a chat!

Get in touch


Take a look at photos of our church and video footage of our church bell!

Visit the gallery
The ongoing costs of running our church and maintaining our historic property are significant. Please consider making a donation!

Our Parish

The historic village and rural parish of Coylton in south-west Scotland is only a few miles from the coastal town of Ayr, a popular destination for holidaymakers and tourists. Our parish was originally based around the churchyard of Low Coylton, now a cemetery, where a church has stood for over four hundred years. Today's church, a prominent neo-Gothic edifice standing at the head of the village, was built in 1832.

Our Congregation

Despite being so close to the hustle and bustle of town life in Ayr, the congregation in Coylton is typical of a laid-back, countryside parish - friendly and close-knit. Visitors to the village are more than welcome to join us in worship! Our parish serves a modern community including working locals, retirees, and commuters working in Ayr and Glasgow. Our parish is also linked with the parish of Drongan, a neighbouring village about three miles from Coylton.