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.
Coffee Mornings  The monthly coffee mornings are held in the Church Hall on the second Saturday of the month (except for January, July & August) from 10am to 12.  As well as the opportunity for a chat over coffee, tea & cakes there are home baking & Traidcraft stalls and the raffle.   The next Coffee Morning will be on Sat 11th April from 10am-12 noon Everyone is most welcome to join us Until the situation with regard to the Coronavirus becomes clearer, it has been decided to cancel the coffee morning held on 2nd Saturday of the month We have just received guidance/instruction from the General Synod office of the Scottish Episcopal Church which instructs all churches to close for public worship with immediate effect.  This is obviously devastaing news.  We are actively investigating how we can support each other and maintain our church community throughout this very challenging time. This website will endeavour to be a conduit for support. Please be alert to the risk of hoax emails.  We have already had one purporting to be from the Rector.  Please be assured we are doing our best to keep everyone safe physically, electronically and spiritually  Unsurprisingly this will also mean that the RATS performance of “Well Remembered” has also had to be cancelled.  Further information will be provided as soon as possible. The Primus, Bishop Mark Strange, reflects on the painful but necessary decision to suspend church services Money Matters Please read this letter from our Rector and Treasurer Glendale Primary School are inviting members of St Ninian’s to become email PenPals with some of their pupils during this time  of the Covid-19 pandemic.  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.