Central to life at St Ninian’s is our Sunday worship but there is also a wide variety of activities based here - from the spiritual to the secular:Book ClubCoffee MorningMothers' Union RATS drama groupMen who lunch
St Ninian’s Groups, Clubs and activities
Church Helpers There are many hidden groups that generally keep things running. The Sacristans take care of the altar linen and the brass and silver. The Servers help at the altar on Sundays -- carrying candles, swinging incense, setting up the church, and generally keeping the clergy sane! There is a Readers Rota and a group of people who help to lead Intercessions. Flower arrangers work throughout the year and oversee the decoration of the church at all major festivals. There is a Coffee Rota for people who can help to pour coffee and chat with people on Sundays after the service, and a group of Coffee Morning Helpers, who run a coffee morning each month. A group of people faithfully prepare and distribute the Magazine each month. Others help with St Ninian's Kids and our Family Days. several people provide a Fair Trade stall.
Each of these activities provide a chance to get to know people and to offer time and talent to the common life of the church. Helpers are always welcome!
BOOK CLUBThe book group normally meet once a month on the second Saturday about 12.30 in the Tramway for lunch and discussion of the latest book.Recently we have read "The hare with the amber eyes", "War child", "The Reformation", "Harper`s Quine", "Room" , "The immortal life of Henrietta Lachs" and"Lacuna". For more information email email@example.com
Men Who Lunch It is important that friendships and camaraderie is developed amongst all our members. One way of doing this is the group of men who meet on a regular basis at one of the Glasgow restaurants to meet, greet and put the world to rights.