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Isaiah 53:3-4 (The Message)

The servant grew up before God—a scrawny seedling, a scrubby plant in a parched field. There was nothing attractive about him, nothing to cause us to take a second look. He was looked down on and passed over, a man who suffered, who knew pain firsthand. One look at him and people turned away. We looked down on him, thought he was scum. But the fact is, it was ourpains he carried— our disfigurements, all the things wrong with us. We thought he brought it on himself, that God was punishing him for his own failures. But it was our sins that did that to him, that ripped and tore and crushed him—our sins! He took the punishment, and that made us whole. Through his bruises we get healed. We’re all like sheep who’ve wandered off and gotten lost. We’ve all done our own thing, gone our own way. And God has piled all our sins, everything we’ve done wrong, on him, on him.Picture of the week…..



    Welcome to St Mungo's Youth

    St Mungo’s Youth are the 11-18 year olds at St Mungo’s, and this is our website… Welcome!

    There’s about 100 of us and we’re anything but boring!  We go on trips and have weekly youth clubs to have fun and meet new people. We have weekly discipleship groups where we build on our friendships and learn and experience more of our relationships with God, and we take our faith into our local community through serving projects.  We also have opportunities to stretch ourselves through young leaders and youth worship which meet monthly.

    Why not have a look through our website to see what’s happening now?  We hope to see you sometime soon!

    Latest News

    Serving opportunity for S4-S6

    Calling all S4-S6s……a great opportunity on Sunday 19th April, if you are around, to help run and be part of the joint Adventurers and Xplorers morning – you can be involved in a variety of areas of the morning – there’s something for everyone! David​ would love to hear from you!

    envision talk

    renew-mindIf you missed the envision talk from Sunday 29th March or want to hear it again – it’s now available online

    Easter break!

    Reminder that there are no youth activities from Friday 3rd April through the Easter holidays.  We will return on Friday 24th April with Powerpoint and RS2 / Cell on Sunday 26th April.   Have a great break!

    Serving Projects (Sat 2nd May) and St Mungo’s Family Fun Day (Mon 4th May)

    'This year the youth will again be involved in community projects working alongside the adults of St Mungo’s on Saturday 2nd May and also the St Mungo’s Family Fun Day at Malleny Park on Monday 4th May.

    The aim of the weekend is to give young people an opportunity to serve in the community.

    • Saturday’s activities: Gardening and outdoor work at Harmeny School.
    • Monday’s activities: Helping out at the family fun morning on Malleny Park (football fun challenges, inflatables, crafts, messy art, storytelling, face painting and outdoor games).

    We would love it if you could be involved for all or some of the weekend.  It’s a great way to serve the community, so why not sign up as cell group, RS2 group or your Friday night friends!

    Download the letter (Hope Sat_Family Fun Day 15_Letter to parents) and consent form (Hope Sat_Family Fun Day 15_Parental consent form) or e-mail Wendy Brown to let her know which slot you are coming to help with and bring the form on the day.

    4 Slots

    Saturday morning – 9.30am to 12.30pm

    Saturday afternoon – 1.30pm to 4.30pm

    Saturday evening get-together – 5.30pm to 8.00pm.  Pizza and Movie night!  Cost £3 per person and is for those that have been involved over the Hope weekend.

    Monday fun day – 10.00am to 2.30pm

    What’s happening this week…..

    Silly faceA quiet week – holidays are coming!

    6th week of Youth Alpha (S1-S6), and Week 5 of “Me I want to be” course on Monday, 7pm to 9pm at the Church Building (food provided).

    Remember church is on during Easter – 10.30am and 6pm – would be great to see you there.

    We start back on Friday 24th April with Powerpoint and Sunday 26th April with RS2 and Cell.


    Powerpoint – Friday 24th April

    Powerpoint will be held at Destiny Church, Gorgie, Edinburgh on Friday 24th April.

    The speaker for this event is OneLife – Onelife’s vision is to raise up a generation of transformational leaders who will grow up together to lead and influence in every sphere of society.

    Cost – £4 entry to Powerpoint, Travel – Travel – 70p single for under 16s and £1.50 for 16 yrs and over.  Meet at the bus stop opposite Balerno High School at 6.35pm.

    IMPORTANT INFO:  If your son / daughter decide to change their return travel plans and are being collected by you or someone else designated on your behalf, they must inform the leader before they leave Balerno, so that we know who is collecting them and who is returning with us.

    To sign up to go with the leaders, please complete one of the forms below or fill out a form electronically –

    1. Powerpoint 24 Apr_Destiny_Parental Permission_S1_S4

    2. Powerpoint 24 Apr_Destiny_Parental Permission_S5 to S6

    Soul Survivor Scotland 2015

    ss-scotland-2015-banner_1Soul Survivor Scotland will be returning this summer from 1st to 6th August.  Venue will be Lendrick Muir!

    We are going to be taking a group again this year, open to all S1 – S6.  If you would like to join us, download a form here Soul Survivor 15 Flyer

    Cost = £190 if booked by 26th April, thereafter it will be £200.

    Or if you would like more info, please do get in touch with Sarah Tomb or Wendy Brown.

    Lendrick Muir 2015…..


    Keep an eye out for the various photos and posts that will find there way on to Facebook and the website.

    In the meantime, have a great week and pray that you will continue to feel Connected to the God who will never let you go!