Located in Grangemouth, our small church meets every Sunday 8.45am, 9.45am and Tuesday 10.00am. Disabled access and a loop hearing system for the hard of hearing. We also have Large print order of service on request and a Sunday school and crèche available.
St. Mary’s roots stem from St. Andrew’s Dunmore, where there was an active
Congregation in the late 19th. Century. At the turn of the 20th. Century, in keeping with the general growth of the Episcopal Church in Scotland, a group of Episcopalians from the Grangemouth area met in the Town Hall, Grangemouth, under the guidance of St. Andrew’s, and the Church was then established in Grangemouth.
After meeting in rented halls for some time, a second-hand Admiralty corrugated iron building was obtained and erected on land at Carronflats Road, leased from the Earl of Zetland and consecrated as St. Mary’s Church. The Church prospered and was linked to Christ Church, Falkirk, after the decline of St. Andrew’s Dunmore. Eventually a permanent building, the present Church, was built and opened for worship in 1938.
The charge became an incumbency and functioned independently until the early 1980s when St. Catharine’s fell vacant. An informal linking was arranged and continued until St. Mary’s fell vacant in 1982, at which time the new incumbent was inducted as Rector of St. Mary’s and Priest-in-charge of St. Catharine’s in a formal linking of the two charges.