Seeking to be open and caring to all. Actively growing in faith.


Seeking to be open and Caring to All. Actively Growing in Faith.

This is the website of Alloa St. Mungo's Parish Church of Scotland. Here you can find details of services and church organisations, church news and intimations of forthcoming events, both from our own organisations and by groups from the wider community who use the Church. From the website there are links to our Facebook page and Wikipedia entry and also Just Giving, which will allow friends of St. Mungo's who live at a distance but wish to help the Church to donate to its upkeep or special projects. The Church building will be 200 years old in 2019 and we hope to provide and update information regarding our Conservation Project, and fundraising events planned to support it. The most recent edition of our church magazine, "The Parishioner" is also available to read.

Our Minister

The Rev Sang Y Cha was Ordained and Inducted to our Church in June 2011, beginning a new and exciting chapter in our church life. Why not join us and help to write the next few chapters in the life of Alloa St. Mungo's? We worship on Sundays at 11.15 am. The Young Church are with us for the first part of the service, and then leave the sanctuary to continue their own worship ( see separate web page for details.) We regularly hold an All Ages Service, supported by a team of musicians from the congregation. Come along to one of our services or, if you would like more details about joining, please contact us.

The Parishioner


'The current church was designed by architect James Gillespie Graham. The building, in droved ashlar, is one of his finest neo-perpendicular Gothic hall kirks. It has a rectangular plan with low square towers at each angle and an advanced gable centred on the north front. A spectacular 207 ft (63m) crocketed Gothic louth-spire tops the building, so called because it was based on a fifteenth-century design at Louth, Lincolnshire. The spire is centred on the south front and dramatically supported by corner turrets and flying buttresses. The tower is furnished with a four-dial clock and a finely toned bell, weighing about fourteen cwt.'

To read more about our Church in our Wikipeadia entry: Click here

Conservation Project

We are undertaking a major Conservation Project. Click here to find out more.


Find out about our most recent and forthcoming events.

Everyday Giving

We rely on Members and Friends for support. Read how you can help. Or you can click on the Easy Fundraising link below and go directly to support our cause.
easyfundrasing link

Recent / Upcoming Events - please visit our EVENTS PAGE for a full list of recent and up and coming events

Annual Manse Christmas Party

We met at the manse on Friday, 8th December, where we enjoyed an evening of good fellowship, good more

After Church Teas and Coffees

Refreshments continue to be available following the weekly Sunday service. These are served at the more

Partylite Fundraising Evening

Jennie Syme hosted this fundraising event for our Conservation project recently. A fun evening more

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Latest News

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Contact Us

St. Mungo’s Parish Church of Scotland
10 Bedford Place,
FK10 1LJ.
Tel: (01259) 723004
Twitter: @MungoChurch

Minister: Rev. Sang Y Cha

Registred Charity: SC007821