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tn2Compassion for others and sharing the good news about Jesus are at the heart of our vision and values – and that commits us to mission.

And for us mission means action – using our time,  money, gifts and skills to make a positive difference here and around the world.

We have a number of mission initiatives in our own locality – Mini’s, Alpha, Guest Sunday’s, Friday evening youth activities, and involvement in various local community activities.    In addition we are involved in a number of partnerships and projects here in Edinburgh, around the UK, and in other parts of the world, notably in Kenya, Pakistan, and Rwanda.

Our connection with Rwanda is a relational one. We are supporting the vision of Pastor Paul Ndahigwa who is Depute Leader of the Living Church in Rwanda, and in particular the 22 churches he has planted in the north east of the country. Presently we are visiting these churches in February and taking a small team to co-host a conference in July. The primary support is through bible teaching and Holy Spirit ministry.

Some of our partners are former members of our church community, and increasingly we are sending out teams of people to get hands-on experience of the projects we’re involved with, to learn, to share, to teach and to pray.

The links in the right hand side bar reveal where we are making a difference – and there are opportunities to get involved yourself, particularly with the Care Van & Shelter, the Hope weekends and our Community activities.

News & Events

    Rwanda Mission Trip Feedback Evening

     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 »

    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.

    Report from Mission to Cambodia

    Listen to Andrea Wigglesworth’s report on her latest mission trip to Cambodia that was given during the morning service on 03-03-2013. Andrea describes graphically the very hard conditions the permanent missionaries have to endure and the incredible work they are doing especially with the girls caught up in the sex trade.

    Maseno Project and Youth trip there!

    St. Mungo’s has partnered with the Maseno Project in Western Kenya by prayer and financial support for 6 years. Previous visits were made in June 2009 and Nov 2010, but this year we sent a youth team! READ MORE »

    Mission to Cambodia and Malaysia

    Andrea Wigglesworth has now returned from her missionary trip to Cambodia and Malaysia. She has many stories of the amazing work God is doing. As an example she was preaching in a church where in one service 4000 Chinese youths came and 806 got saved!!!  Revival is certainly happening especially among the Chinese communities.  Read full report here. READ MORE »

    Help the Hungry Total £12,000

    Following on from our Help the Hungry week in June, the fantastic total of £12,000 (including Gift Aid) has now been given, and there may be a little more to come.  A huge thank you to everyone who gave.    READ MORE »

    Rwanda house

    The house built for genocide survivors with our 2008 Christmas gift.

    Rwandan houseClick for a larger version.

    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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