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    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.

    A huge thanks to the 41 youth leaders who journeyed with St Mungo’s youth in 2013/2014.

    The St Mungo’s youth ministry contains such a broad range of personalities, interests, and events, so it really takes all sorts to make up the team. Watch this video to get a glimpse of the youth ministry in 2013/2014, and spot the 41 leaders who served our young people, worked alongside them and encouraged them in their walk. We’re so grateful for the input, support and hours of volunteer time they invested.

    We hope you enjoy this celebratory stroll down memory lane, and get excited for more good times to come. Bring on 2014/2015!

    If you’d like to find out more about the youth ministry, contact

    ESST Applications for 2014 to be in by 10 August

    Neil and Jo Thompson gave a presentation at the Sunday service on the new ESST course starting in September. They described what it entailed and invited Heather Wilson, a student from the last course, to give her impressions of it and how it has changed her life.

    If you missed this or would like to hear it again then you can listen to it here.   New course starts in September 2014. Email: for more information.

    Rwanda Mission Trip Feedback Evening on Thursday 28th August at 7.45pm at the Ministry Centre

     We had a fantastic time on our Rwanda Mission Trip!  (thank you for all your prayers)   I think as a team we all carried a high degree of anticipation of what God might do and we were not disappointed! The Pastors Conference ran from the Thursday through to the Saturday, and our overall theme was Presence, Passion, Purpose and Power and all of that was expressed and experienced over these 3 days. Numbers grew as the conference developed. 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!

    LATEST GIVING TOTAL – Help the Hungry and Thirsty 2014

    Well done everyone who took part in any way in the Help the Hungry and Thirsty week.  The total given has gone up again!

    By Wednesday 16 July the total raised was up to £26,000 including Gift Aid!! 

    This is a fantastic amount  - and over 66% higher than last year!

    A very big thank you to everyone who has given so generously.

    Love After Marriage Course

    A ‘Love After Marriage’ course will be running in the Autumn term, and for those interested in finding out more about it there is a taster evening on Monday 18 August at 7.30pm in the Ministry Centre.  Also you can e-mail or speak to John or Liz Bathgate for more details.

    Interview with Pastor Paul from Rwanda

    Pastor Paul was interviewed by Richard McArthur during the Sunday morning service (11-5-2014).  He thanked St Mungo’s for our support and told us the impact the pastors’ conferences are having. The purpose of his visit was to strengthen the relationship between us and the Living Churches in Rwanda.

    If you missed the interview you can  watch it here.

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