Christian Solidarity Worldwide have reported:  "In India Pastor Arthur was taken away by police while he was preaching online to his congregation.  In China Christians trying to worship online are also being targetted.   Christians and Hindus in Pakistan are facing starvation in lockdown since they are being denied food aid by others.  In Nigeria a canon and his family were fired on on their own homes by armed assailants, who should have been in lockdown.  CSW has found that many are suffering in the pandemic in other ways than that of health matters. Please pray for them all." Cosgrove Care, based in Giffnock, a charity whose aim is to improve the lives of people with additional needs and their families. They have adapted and developed their services in the current situation to provide assistance to the most vulnerable people in our community in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis.  Have a read of their newsletter here - full of inspirational stories. If you would like to subscribe to our email newsletter you can sign up here  http://eepurl.com/gYLVB9 Links to the Scottish Episcopal Church’s response and guidance can be found here. https://www.scotland.anglican.org/ Faith in Older People produce a regular newsletter which they are sharing with us www.faithinolderpeople.org.uk Click here to read more
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On this page we will try to give you updates, sources of support and ideas of how you can keep in touch and still feel part of St Ninian’s. Sunday worship resumed on 16th August with a said Eucharist at 10:15 am For the time being, taking the current guidelines into account, the vestry believe that only the weekly Sunday 10:15 service will be feasible so there will be NO 8:30 or Thursday morning services until further notice. It will not be “service as usual” - for what to expect please read this guide
have an extensive range of online resources for children in primary and secondary school - SU Groups - Explore Online - Discipleship For many years, St Ninian's Congregation has kindly supported The Glasgow Children's Holiday Scheme by gifting toys and money for underprivileged children at Christmas time. This year the need is probably greater than ever due to the pandemic but we are restricted to giving money.  If you feel able to contribute to this cause, you can do so by bank transfer: The Cooperative Bank sort code -089299 a/c number 65730645 If you could put your surname and St. Ninian's as the reference, then the charity will know that the money is a donation for Christmas presents.  If you prefer to give a cheque , please feel free to send a cheque made payable to "The Glasgow Children's Holiday Club" to Irene Nairn, 44 Meadow Rise, Newton Mearns, Glasgow. G77 6SE by 13th December