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
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.
Rector’s August letter Money Matters Please read this letter from our Rector and Treasurer Albert Drive/ Kenmure Street fire  Wednesday 1st April In the aftermath of this fire, St Ninian’s opened its doors to support the local community.   The Rector has received a letter of thanks from Chief Inspector Ross Allan, Local Area Commander of Police Scotland. R.I.P. Lewis Fleming  It is will great sadness that we have to let you know that Lewis died in the early hours of Maundy Thursday, from the complications of a chest infection. Lewis was a much loved member of St Ninian’s for as long as many of us can remember, serving as Rector’s Warden to the late Very Revd Douglas Reid for many years.   We send our sincere condolences to Gloria, Mark and Michael. Lewis’s funeral took place on Thursday 23rd April. 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."