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    GUEST SUNDAY 21st Sept at 10.30am


    You may think that God is against you, either because big things have gone wrong in your life, or because you’ve heard about hell and judgement and not much about God’s love and forgiveness, or because you see God as a bit of a killjoy.
    Come and hear more about the good news that actually God is for us and not against us, how that works and the huge difference it can make.

    It is held at Balerno High School on Bridge Road, Balerno on Sunday 21st Sept from 10.30-11.45am. READ MORE »

    Men’s Breakfast on Saturday 27th September

    - 8.30am at the church building. Derek Thomson  will be leading us in our focus on Spiritual Gifts, as we begin to delve into the book we are using over the coming months (SHAPE by Erik Rees). Do come and join us as we journey together to have a better understanding and embracing of His purpose for our lives.

    Soul Survivor – New Testament in a year – Parent info

    This year as a St Mungo’s youth ministry we are going to be reading the New Testament together.  Our over arching theme for the year is Matthew 4:4 ‘man shall not live on bread alone but on every word that comes from the mouth of God’.  To help us to be fed, we are asking that each young person buy a ‘New Testament in a year’ book for £4.99. This is a publication that Soul Survivor ( has just recently launched which breaks the New Testament down into bite size chunks. READ MORE »


    DadZone is an exciting new venture being launched by St. Mungo’s. The vision of DadZone is to provide a space in the community where dads can spend time with their pre-school children and meet and connect with other dads in the surrounding area.

    What is DadZone? It is a safe, fun place for children and their dads. Each session there will be a variety of toys and a craft activity for the kids. Snacks and refreshments will be provided for children and dads! READ MORE »

    Safe Families for Children

    This is a movement of the church to care for some of the most vulnerable members of our society – children whose parents are going through hard times and who often end up in the care system. Iain Gordon explains in this presentation (watch it here – sorry for poor sound quality) explaining how Bethany has got involved in helping set up a Safe Families for Children project in Wester Hailes, the first in Scotland and how we as a local church can help. READ MORE »

    P5-P7 Children’s Camp 2014

    Forms are now available (download here) for our annual Xpedition to camp for Xplorers’ children & their friends who will be in P5-7 in the 2014/15 school year.

    The camp will be held at Lendrick Muir, an outdoor activity centre owned & run by SU Scotland from 19th-21st September 2014. We are looking forward to a real life adventure full of activities, challenges, games, workshops and opportunities to Xplore the Christian faith through teaching, worship and prayer.

    Places fill up fast so please return forms ASAP using the details on the form. Hope to see you there!

    The Daniel Plan – Coming soon!

    You are invited to join us for a 6 week series called ‘The Daniel Plan – 40 days to a Healthier Life’. This is a groundbreaking approach to achieving a healthier lifestyle that is both transformational and sustainable. The Daniel Plan is centred on five essentials that will guarantee your success: faith, food, fitness, focus and friends.
    So are you ready to revolutionise your health once and for all? READ MORE »

    Introducing the 0-18 Ministry Team

    At the morning service on 18-08-2014 the new changes to the 0-18 Ministry Team were announced and the members presented to the church so that everyone could put faces to names. If you happened to miss this, then you can watch it again here.

    Interview with Waqas from Living Stones in Pakistan

    Waqas was interviewed by Malcolm Round during the Sunday morning service (27-07-2014). He gave an update on the school which was now entering a secondary school phase with 300 children. He also described how the church itself was progressing. He felt they had experienced God’s favour this year and that many doors into the community had been opened. Generally the church was thriving and he gave much thanks to St Mungos for all their support and especially to the team for their tireless efforts. You can watch and listen to this again here.

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