Main Street, Bannockburn
Sunday services have resumed
in the church hall at 10.30am.
For those unable to join us in person
we continue to put our services online.
You can find us on YouTube (Murrayfield UF Online) for sunday services and hymns. There is also information on Facebook, just click on one of the buttons below.
Holy Week Services
Sunday 10th April Palm Sunday, Murrayfield Hall, 10.30am
Joint Palm Sunday Service, Fallin Church, 6.30pm
Monday 11th April Allan Church, 7.00pm
Tuesday 12th April Ladywell Church, 7.00pm
Wednesday 13th April Allan Church, 7.00pm
Thursday 14th April Ladywell Church, 7.00pm
Friday 15th April Allan Church, 7.00pm
Sunday 17th April Easter Sunday, Murrayfield Hall, 10.30am
Welcome, and thank you for visiting the Murrayfield UF Church website! If there's anything you would like to see on the site, please let us know by using the 'Contact Us' section.
So who are we? We are a small but welcoming group of people, mostly from Bannockburn, who meet every Sunday in the old church with the clock tower beside the car park in Main Street, Bannockburn.
We are here to serve God through lively worship, prayer, fellowship, concern for others and sharing our faith. Our aims are to be a more caring Church, encourage the young to explore the Christian Faith and to spread the Good News about Jesus in the community.
With this in mind we have recently done a lot of work in the community. Click below to read more about our 'Bannockburn Mission'.
Our Church newsletter 'Up Front' is delivered every few months to those who would like a copy.
We now also have all editions since 2012 available to view online.
If you would like to start receiving 'Up Front', have anything you would like to see in the next edition or you have any feedback/ suggestions, please use the 'Contact Us' page on the site to let us know or see John Cross.
Our Sunday Service begins at 10.30am and lasts about forty five minutes. So come along and join with us for an hour or so. We would love to see you.
Murrayfield in Pictures
Check out pictures from the archives!
Money and goods are regularly donated to Start-Up Stirling to help homeless people get a start in their own home.