Our vision is for all children to have a nurturing and happy experience, where every child is safe and happy and will enjoy being in the crèche with other children. The children are in a warm and safe environment with lots of different toys to encourage and stimulate their development and to give them pleasure.
Our Sunday School is open to children aged from 3 . Children sit with their parents, leaving after the Children's Address and second hymn, returning to the Session House where we sing songs, play games and learn about various aspects of the bible. From time to time we have special services. Our Sunday School prize giving is on the 25th June and the Sunday School will then break for the hoildays, resuming on the 3rd September. We sponsor a child from Thailand, and will be doing various events to raise funds for this. As well as helping this child, our children will be learning about what life is like in that part of the world. If you would like your child or children to come along on Sundays and would like more information, please contact Ann Anderson (212488). We will make them very welcome.
The Bible Class has recently started up to accommodate young people of high school age, who wish to learn more about the Bible. We are currently studying the gospel of Mark, as it is the earliest of the four gospels. Taking a few verses each week, we are trying to understand their significance by asking questions and discussion. We all sit in the church until the second hymn is being sung, at which point we go up to the Mar Room. The group is open to all young people who attend high school, and we would be delighted to welcome any new members. If you have any questions about our group, please contact Mrs Maureen Drummond on 214485.
'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.'
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We met at the manse on Friday, 8th December, where we enjoyed an evening of good fellowship, good f...read more
Refreshments continue to be available following the weekly Sunday service. These are served at the b...read more
Jennie Syme hosted this fundraising event for our Conservation project recently. A fun evening of...read more
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St. Mungo’s Parish Church of Scotland
10 Bedford Place,
Tel: (01259) 723004
Minister: Rev. Sang Y Cha
Registred Charity: SC007821