Saturday 14 September saw the first St Ninian’s St Ninian’s Arts Festival.  There were craft and flower arringing workshops, a display of vestments, a photo exhibition, talks and a musical recital from our organist and choir, not to mention coffee, tea and cakes
It was wonderful to have yet another baptism - this time Louis Arrol, son of James and Fiona and wee brother of Samuel. We welcome him into the St Ninian’s family
What’s On Thursday 23rd January 10am Eucharist Sunday 26th January Epiphany 3 (1982) 8:30 Eucharist 10:15 Sung Eucharist followed by the internment of Aileen Grieve’s ashes. Thursday 30th January 10am Eucharist Friday 31st 7:30pm The Wonderers at the Rectory Saturday 1st February 10 am Healing Service Sunday 2nd February The Presentation of Christ in the Temple. 8:30 Eucharist 10:15 Sung Eucharist Thursday 6th February 10am Eucharist Sunday 9th February Epiphany 5 (1982) 8:30 Eucharist 10:15 Sung Eucharist
St Ninian’s congregation has grown again! thanks to the baptism of Jack and Edith Seenan.  It was a joy to share with Chris and Jill and all their family as we welcomed twins, Jack and Edith, into our St Ninian’s family.
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St Ninian’s News

How does our garden grow? Well, it’s thanks to the dedication and hard work of David and Joyce Sinclair, whose work has, yet again, been recognised by The Incorporation of Gardeners of Glasgow.
The social activities of our congregation are a vital part of our life together. St Ninian's know how to party! We enjoy a variety of activities ranging from organised excursions, parish lunches and BBQs to study groups & discussions.
Coffee Mornings  The monthly coffee mornings are held in the Church Hall on the second Saturday of the month (except for January, July & August) from 10am to 12.  As well as the opportunity for a chat over coffee, tea & cakes there are home baking & Traidcraft stalls and the raffle.   The next Coffee Morning will be on Sat 8th February from 10am-12 noon Everyone is most welcome to join us