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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 Bishop’s Lent Appeal Bishop Kevin has chosen Aberlour as the subject of our Lent Appeal this year. Aberlour supports children, young people and families to give them the best chance to flourish, and has been doing so for over 140 years. The origins of the Charity have a fascinating history and explain the strong link with the Scottish Episcopal Church (see the history section on their website, which also tells you much more about the charity: As we will not have our traditional Lent Boxes, you are invited to donate directly to:
Services resume Church services can resume on the 26th March therefore we will begin again with the 10:15 am Eucharists for Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday with a maximum of 50 people. Updated guidance just published (24th March) says “from 00:01 hours on Friday 26 March ….. places of worship in level 4 will be able to reopen and resume communal worship and individual prayer. Travel between level 4 areas to attend a person’s usual place of worship will be allowed ..”.