to our Church
transcends all boundaries and we at St. Mungo's work to spread His
word. Our website is one more way to reach our community. If you live
nearby then we would be pleased to see you anytime, and if you are
visiting on holiday, our door is always open. The minister, Rev John
congregation extend a warm welcome to all visitors every Sunday
morning, and to all our activities. For
pastoral and other
enquiries please contact the minister on 01968 382116
Mungo’s welcomed over 200 people from the British Legion, our
armed forces, army and air cadets, Scouts Association, Girl Guiding,
Boys Brigade, and civil dignitaries, in addition to our normal Sunday
morning congregation. Sir Robert Clerk Bt, OBE, Lord Lieutenant of
Midlothian was representing Her Majesty the Queen. Remembrance: Armistice Centenary - 11 November
Pipers lead the Legion and organisations to St. Mungo's
Armistice Centenary service was particularly poignant falling on
the11th day of the 11th month, exactly 100 years from the signing
of the Armistice, bringing to an end over 4 years of WW1 hostilities.
The Rev John Urquhart led the service, with Penicuik Silver Band leading the music for the praise.
|Consequences of what we say - 4
continued our journey through the book of James starting with a poem by
Dr. Malcolm Guite, chaplain at Girton College Cambridge, during the
'Informal Time'. Malcolm posed the question 'what if?' That simple
question that haunts all of us from time to time. His poem tests not
only your thinking but your vocabulary too.
Full Service, Hymns,
Informal time, Video, Prayers, & Sermon
|Messy Church - 28 October|
Theme for the October Messy
Church was ‘Light of the World’.
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my
Mungo's Hall resounded to the fun, activities, fellowship,
and hot dinner to finish for families with children of primary school
age. Full Story
to this issue of Prayer Prompts. You will find personal and
local situations highlighted as well as national and international
issues. They’re all part of God’s world, and He
them all. [ Prayer Prompts]
years Christmas Fair promises even more new and exciting treats to
Looking for that special gift or stocking filler, then
visit St. Mungo's Christmas Fair in the church hall and you won't be disappointed.
Something for everyone. Tea coffee and refreshments included. Full Details
A caring team of people who visit
folks we know about who are just
home from hospital, or who are housebound, living alone, bereaved,
unable to come to church or needing a bit of company for whatever
PLEASE let us know if you would like a
visit or know
of anyone else who does. You can either phone Margaret
(672347), or fill in a Care Card (available at front and side entrances
of church) and put it in the box in the vestibule.
Card can also be used for prayer requests.
Updated 13 November 2018
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