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.
Doors Open Day
We once again took part in the annual Doors Open Days event in September. This is a national event which gives members of the public access to buildings which might not normally be open to the public. While we did not have large number of visitors, most of those who did visit were from outwith the area. Those who did attend all seemed to enjoy seeing inside our building and we received very positive comments in the evaluation sheets.
Guild Project Partner
The speaker at the Guild meeting on 22 October was a representative of the Free to Live Trust which is one of this year’s project partners. The talk was very interesting and topical as it dealt in part with the problem of modern day slavery. Seema’s project is supported by the Guild and this project aims to rescue victims of modern day slavery and their innocent children from the red-light district of Pune in India. If you would like to find out more about this project visit their website at www.freetolivetrust.org.
Our Harvest Thanksgiving service is an annual event. It traditionally celebrates the safe bringing in of the harvest. The church is always beautifully decorated by volunteers. This year donations of dried and tinned produce were requested from the congregation to be given to The Gate foodbank.
After the success of last year’s Festival of Lights we repeated the event. Individuals, groups and businesses were invited to sponsor and decorate a Christmas tree. A wide variety of groups and individuals from both the Church and the local community took part. The Church looked breathtakingly beautiful at this event and we received many positive comments from our visitors. The trees lit up the Church for the whole of the Christmas season.