Sunday 9:45 Sung Eucharist
Tuesday 9.30am Morning Prayer, 10am Eucharist
The roots of St Mary’s were based on St Andrew’s Church, Dunmore (now demolished – only a few gravestones are left close to the crumbling Elphinstone Tower) and subsequently Christ Church, Falkirk.
We are part of the Scottish Episcopal Church, situated in the Diocese of Edinburgh. We are also part of the world-wide Anglican Church and in full communion with the Church of England.
There is a strong sense of fellowship within our congregation leading to a friendly, family-like atmosphere. Visitors are warmly welcomed whether attending church services for the first time or attending our social or fundraising events.
At present our Sunday school meets monthly but children are still welcome to come along on any Sunday.
St Mary’s hall is well used during the week by a variety of local community groups but has space to be booked for parties or other groups. Enquiries can be made through the contacts page.
In 1977 we were linked with St Catharine’s Episcopal Church, Bo’ness. Our two churches share a priest but are independent and minister to their own communities. We come together throughout the year for social activities and when there is a fifth Sunday in the month, have a joint service.
Addition information on our church life can be found using the links or contact us direct using the form provided.
Following St Catharine’s successful reopening on Wednesday, we’re pleased to let you know that St Mary’s will be open for Private Prayer on Sunday morning (9th August) from 9.45-11.15. If this is successful, then a Eucharist will follow soon. We will be using a one way system, so please enter through the church door […]
St Catharine’s is reopening for Private Prayer initially on Wednesday 5th August from 10-11.30am. The church and hall have been cleaned and chairs arranged in a socially distanced fashion. Please feel free to come along and spend as much time in quiet prayer or contemplation as we begin the process of meeting together in one […]
Christmas Family Film Night On Wednesday 11th December at 3.30 we’ll be showing ‘The Star’ (U) – an animated retelling of the Nativity story told from the animals’ point of view. Bring something comfy and warm to wrap yourself up in, we’ll be serving Christmassy refreshments, and there’ll be an opportunity to contribute to Christian […]