Four Villages - Two Churches - One Parish

Who we are

Carnock and Oakley Parish Church is the Church of Scotland serving the West Fife villages of Gowkhall, Carnock, Oakley and Comrie and surrounding areas. 

Presbytery received the report from the Presbytery Plan Review Group, recommending that the linkage with Saline and Blairingone is discontinued. We are granted permission to call a 50% Minister reviewable after 5 years. Presbytery received the Report and there were no objections, so that remains the most likely way forward for our congregation. There are however further formal procedures to follow until the process is confirmed.

In the meantime the Kirk Session has resolved to begin to prepare a new Parish Profile over the summer months so that as soon as the position is confirmed we can proceed to appoint a Nominating Committee and begin a fresh search.

Where we are

Our church buildings are in the Main Street in Carnock and Station Road in Oakley.


Coming from Dunfermline on the A907, look out for the traffic lights in the centre of the village and you will see Carnock Church on the right-hand side of the Main Street, just before Carnock Primary School..


Coming into Oakley from Dunfermline on the A907, turn left at the community centre into Station Rd. Continue straight ahead at mini-roundabout  and Oakley Church is situated on the left opposite Oakley police station.

Maps showing our location are provided at the foot of this section.

Both Churches have the T-loop system installed for hearing aid users.   

Oakley Church also offers disabled access and amenities.    

When we Worship

Sunday Services are held in Oakley at 10.00 am and Carnock at 11.30 am.

How we Worship

The Vision of The Church of Scotland

The vision of the Church of Scotland is to be a church which seeks to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing and serving communities.