Revd Paul Romano’s farewellSunday 31st May Money Matters Please read this letter from our Rector and Treasurer
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St Ninian's is part of the Scottish Episcopal Church which is part of the of the Anglican Communion throughout the world.
St Ninian’s is an inclusive and welcoming church. We aim to bring together the young and the old in worship; people new to church-going and those who have worshipped for a long time; cradle Glaswegians and newly-arrived visitors from overseas. Together we want to explore and understand a little of God’s timelessness. Together we want to re-shape our part of Glasgow. Join us and let’s explore together! We hope you will find enough within these pages to encourage you to visit and join us in worship. Forthcoming events will be posted on our Diary page and reports of previous ones will appear in the News page and on our Facebook page.
GDPR at St Ninian’sIn common with all organisations, St Ninian’s clergy and vestry hold information about individuals for the purposes of providing services and information about the church and its activities.  You can read our Privacy Policy here. Please contact the Rector - or Vestry Secretary - for more information does NOT collect any information from visitors to this site
Online worship on Sundays Whilst many churches are reopening, many people may not feel able to return yet and the Scottish Episcopal Church will still continue broadcasting video coverage of services via its website, social media channels and YouTube channel.  The web page for the broadcast is located at The Well Multi-Cultural Resource Centre's fantastic team of dedicated volunteers has reduced significantly in the last year for various reasons such as health concerns and new employment. We are appealing to our Church Partners to ask congregations or suitable individuals if they are interested in the opportunity of being a volunteer Advice Worker.  Further information Traidcraft is back - Catherine is ready to take your orders  click here for details
Currently we hold a 10:15 am said Eucharist (now with hymns) to which all are welcome. As we are now in an Interregnum, the services will be taken by different local priests. On Sunday 29th August there will be a congregational meeting to discuss the parish profile and the process for seeking a new rector.