Who we are
We are a large, contemporary, family-orientated church based in the south-west of Edinburgh and in Livingston.
On Sundays we offer vibrant church services with modern worship songs and relevant talks from the Bible. We have groups for kids and youth on Sundays and events throughout the week.
We are all about:
- creating a welcoming, friendly, caring place for families and individuals
- making a positive difference in our world, locally and internationally
- helping one another get to know God better
Find details of Sunday services and come along and join us this Sunday.
“We are a Word and Spirit Church, in Balerno and Livingston, with a vision to be an infectious centre of spiritual health.”
Malcolm Round, senior minister
Useful to know…
Who? Everyone is welcome. On Sunday mornings we have groups for different age groups from 0 – 18, that run alongside the main service.
Where? Our Sunday services and events take place at Balerno High School, St Margaret’s Academy, Livingston and in church venues in Balerno.
When? Services on Sundays 8.45am in Balerno, 10.30am in Balerno and Livingston and 6.30pm in Balerno and events throughout the week.
Why? Because we believe God is good and church is about every day, not just Sunday.
Get in touch
Contact us and we’ll be delighted to tell you more about who we are, what’s happening and how to get involved.
St Mungo’s is not just a place to come to for a Sunday service but a community where you can belong.
There are lots of different ways of getting involved, getting to know other people and becoming a part of the community.
St Mungo’s is a member church of the Scottish Episcopal Church, which forms part of the Anglican Communion. Our church began with an evening service and Sunday school in 1863 and the Ladycroft building was built in 1869. It was built as a church and a school, with a cottage for the headteacher, in an age of revival of both worship and of education.
St Mungo was one of the three great figures in Scottish Christian history along with St Ninian and St Columba.
Mungo is a nick name meaning amiable or lovable, so he was obviously someone who was well liked! He was educated in Fife by St Serf and it is said that he made his way to Glasgow by way of the Pentland Hills, where he is thought to have preached. St Mungo was also known as Kentigern.