Isaiah 7:14

All right then, the Lord himself will give you the sign. Look! The virgin will conceive a child! She will give birth to a son and will call him Immanuel (which means ‘God is with us’).

Picture of the week…..









    Youth Alpha

    New course starting 22nd February 2016 for 9 weeks (7pm to 9pm at the Church Building)

    What is Youth Alpha?

    It’s an opportunity to investigate for yourself some of the big questions in life.  What’s the meaning of life? What happens when you die?  Who is God?  What’s the big deal about Jesus? … and many more. A great evening, great fun and great food

    What happens at Youth Alpha?

    You arrive at 46B (also called St Mungo’s Ministry Centre), maybe you don’t know anyone, or maybe you know everyone, either way we do our best to help you feel at ease.  You can play some pool, table football, table tennis or just grab a cushion and sit and chat.  We’ll kick off the evening with a fun game, or two, before sitting down to watch a DVD, broken up with some small group discussion times where you have a chance to chat about what you’ve just watched and to ask questions.  During these times we’ll also have some fun snacks… a nachos night, pancake evening, ice cream extravaganza, chocolatey fondue and various other things.

    Why should I go to Youth Alpha?

    All of us have big questions about life, about faith and about God, whether you’ve been a Christian your whole life, have recently become a Christian or have never even thought about it.  Alpha is a great place to investigate what it is you believe about these big questions and maybe why you believe it.  It’s also a great place to meet people and spend time with friends… oh, and have we mentioned, the food is awesome!

    When is it on?

    We have a new course that starts on Monday 22nd Feb 2016 in St Mungo’s Church Building, Balerno.  The first night runs from 7.00 – 9.00pm and includes a Pizza dinner, the following weeks start at the later time of 7.30pm.  It goes on for 9 weeks, with 2 weeks off over the Easter holidays.

    For more details or to sign up, contact Helen Crow.