THE two day celebration of the 50th anniversary of Cowdenbeath Trinity Church Building was a huge success.

The event was held on May 11 and 12 and on the Saturday was based on a flower festival and exhibition of memorabilia collected by members of the congregation.

The Sinclair Drive church building was created to replace the West Parish Church in Natal Place and was officially opening in May 1969.

It has served the congregation of the West and now Trinity congregations and has also become home to a number of community organisations with its spacious rooms.

On the Saturday the church was opened in the forenoon and people were invited to go in and admire the lovely floral displays and have a cup of tea and coffee and view the memorabilia that was displayed on the walls.

There was also a special birthday cake made which was enjoyed by members of the congregation and visitors alike.

One of the visitors was former Trinity minister Rev David Adams who enjoyed meeting up with some of his old parishioners.

Sunday saw the church house a service and Songs of Praise event as part of the celebrations and the church was busy with members of both the Sinclair Drive Trinity members and the Crossgates Trinity congregation.

The Trinity Church building has become home to Cowdenbeath Flower Show for many years now and also houses other events held by the town's Horticultural Society.

Other community groups also use the Sinclair Drive church as their base.