Sunday 9.45am 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.
Both St Catharine’s and St Mary’s are involved in the Pilgrimage for COP26. St Catharine’s are hosting the pilgrims on the night of Tuesday 26th October and St Mary’s are giving them lunch as they pass through Grangemouth on the 27th. Also, Christ Church, Falkirk are open for quiet prayer from 7-9pm on Wednesday […]
The links to all the Churches of Grangemouth Holy Week services will appear here. They will all premiere at 6pm on the day. Monday of Holy Week – Stations of the Cross from Christ the King/Sacred Heart Tuesday of Holy Week – Ronald Matandakufa of Kirk of the Holy Rood Wednesday of […]