Rector’s Sunday Notes for Palm Sunday Money Matters Please read this letter from our Rector and Treasurer
Please keep in touch. If you are struggling there are people who can help. Corona virus doesn’t travel down the phone line or via email! Glendale Primary School have reached out to us to offer us email penpals. Please see teacher Rebecca McGarry’s invitation letter and email her directly if you would like to join in. This is a lovely idea and both Rebecca and Paul, our Rector have taken care to protect individuals in keeping with data protection.
Message from the Primus
Regular services Sundays 8.30 am Eucharist 10.15 am Sung Eucharist Thursdays 9.30 am Morning Prayer 10 am Eucharist (1970) 1st Saturday of the month 10 am Healing Service 1st Sunday of the month 8 am Morning Prayer
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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.
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The Primus, Bishop Mark Strange, reflects on the painful but necessary decision to suspend church services
Online worship on Sundays As part of the ongoing response to the Coronavirus pandemic the Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) has begun broadcasting video coverage of Eucharistic services via its website, social media channels and YouTube channel. The web page for the broadcast is located at The first service, led by the Most Rev Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, was broadcast at 11am on Sunday 22nd and there is a link on the page to let you download the video.
More information here The College of Bishops has issued further guidance on Weddings, Funerals and Baptisms which can be read here