Our minister, Sang Y Cha, was appointed in 2011. During his time with us he has introduced us to some new ideas including a pet blessing service. He is also a school Chaplain to Alloa Academy and Park and Redwell Primary schools.
Welcome to St Mungo's
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Seeking to be
to all actively
growing in faith
There are lots of ways you can get involved in the church, it’s not all about the Sunday service.
What We Offer
As well as the services which include baptisms, weddings and funerals, we offer fun, friendship and fellowship.
Ways to Support the Church Financially
Apart from the routine way of donating money, if you were to
use “Easyfundraising” then the church benefits without it
costing you any more.
Bicentenary Rededication of the Church
This took place on Thursday 20 June 2019 at 7 pm. The service was conducted by the Moderator, Rev Colin Sinclair who became Moderator at the General Assembly in May 2019. It was lovely to see the Church full for what was a truly memorable service. Refreshments were served in a marquee in the grounds following the service.
This took place on Sunday 23 June after the family service in the Church. It was held in the garden at the back of the Church on a lovely sunny afternoon. There was also a bouncy castle for the Superheroes and their friends. Between the Church and the barbecue, we were able to watch the section about St Mungo’s on Songs of Praise. During the afternoon there was the opportunity to share food and fellowship and Andy Kim played the cello for us.
A Ceilidh celebrating the bicentenary of the opening of the current St Mungo’s building in Bedford Place was held in a marquee at the rear of the Church on Friday 21 June from 7.30 – 10.30 pm. Stovies were included in the cost of the ticket and were enjoyed by all. Music was provided by the Jack Delaney band. A good time was had by all, including our Korean American guests who enjoyed participating.
The all-age service on Sunday 23 June took the form of a Superhero service. The Sunday School pupils and several members of the congregation came dressed as their favourite superhero. The Sunday School helped to lead the congregation in several lively action songs During the service the Sunday School prizegiving took place.