Seeking to be open and Caring to All. Actively Growing in Faith.
St Mungo’s has had a web-site for the past five years but it has recently been completely revamped to make it more informative to the wider community. It is hoped that the new web-site is user-friendly and will appeal to people of all generations. It has been designed so that the web pages look good whether accessed from a smart phone, a tablet or a computer. The web-site keeps people up to date with events happening within the church. These events include the regular services and meetings of church organisations and also concerts, performances etc put on by groups from the wider community who use the Church such as Mother and toddler group, Ballet and Clackmannanshire Chorale. Forthcoming events are advertised and reports of recent events are regularly published. From the web-site there are links to our Facebook page, to our Wikipedia entry and also to Just Giving which will allow friends of St Mungo’s who live at a distance but who wish to help the church to donate to it’s upkeep. It is currently being considered which other links should be included to benefit the community as a whole. The church building will be 200 years old in 4 years time and the web-site hopes to make viewers aware of the part St Mungo’s has played in the local community during that time. It is hoped that by providing appropriate links people who use the web-site will be encouraged to find out more about the history and heritage of the building. The plans for its conservation are available on the web-site and in the course of the coming months and years the progress being made will also be shown. Our minister is a regular visitor within the local schools and it may be that the web-site could be used within the schools to help to inform of their local heritage.
The Rev Sang Y Cha was ordained and inducted to our church in 2011.. A new and exciting chapter in our church life has started. 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 11.15am, with Sunday School meeting at 11.10am. Sometimes we hold a Family Service which is supported by a group of musicians from the congregation, led by Ian Paget. Come along to one of our services or, if you would like more details about joining, please contact us.
'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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St. Mungo’s Parish Church of Scotland
10 Bedford Place,
Tel: (01259) 723004
Minister: Rev. Sang Y Cha
Registred Charity: SC007821