- vibrant church services which confront real life issues
- being a welcoming, friendly place for families and for individuals, with a real focus on great groups for children and young people
- making a positive difference in our world, locally and internationally
- helping one another get to know God better
WELCOME TO ST MUNGO'S CHURCH
We are a large, contemporary, family-orientated church based in the south-west of Edinburgh.
Our core vision is to be an infectious centre of spiritual health. We are all about:
All are most welcome to our CHRISTMAS DAY ALL AGE SERVICE
at Balerno High School, Bridge Road, Balerno EH14 7AQ
10.30am – 11.15 am
Please join us for this event for all the family.
children can show their favourite new present!
Posted on 8 December 2014
The St Mungo’s AGM will be held at the Vision Sunday 10.30 morning service on 18th January 2015. At this meeting the members of the church are given the opportunity to affirm the Vestry’s nominations for their two new members.
To learn more about the background and who the nominations are.. READ MORE »
Posted on 12th December 2014
If you happened to miss the presentation to Clare Gardner at the Sunday morning service (23-11-2014) or would like to see it again then you can do so here.
Posted on 25 November 2014
If you missed Bruce Collins’ report on the Maseno project given on Sunday 9-11-2014 or would like to see it again then click here.
Posted on 18 November 2014
Katherine Burnett, our finance manager, gave an end of year Finance Report during the Sunday services. If you missed it or want to hear it again then just click here.
Posted on 13 November 2014
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 »
Posted on 12 August 2014