Dancing lessons
Holy Baptism On Sunday 18 September Revd Paul Romano baptised little Amelie Irene Carruthers Rennet
Our Rector turns 60 !!! A happy day was had by all when Paul & Vevanne invited us to share in the celebrations to mark Paul’s 60th birthday on June 4th
Full list of Christmas Services
The Bishop’s Lent Appeal this year is for the Scottish Refugee Council.    The Scottish Refugee Council vision is for a Scotland in which all people seeking refugee protection are welcome. It is a place where women, children and men are protected, find safety and support, have their human rights and dignity respected and are able to achieve their full potential.  Among their aims are to advocate for the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum and for fair and just legislation and policies, and also to campaign for an end to discrimination, racism and prejudice. Collection boxes will be placed as usual at the back of the church from the beginning of Lent for people who wish to contribute money regularly throughout Lent.  If, on the other hand, anyone would prefer to make a single donation please give it to Vivian Davey or Liz Booth.  
Jan Ferko gives Paul a birthday gift from St Ninian's Kids
What’s On this month Thursday 25 May Ascension Day Joint Southside Regional Council Eucharist at St Aidan’s, Clarkston at 19:30 Friday 26 May 19:30 The Wonderers at the Rectory - please let the Rector know if you are coming Wednesday 31 May 15:00  Prayer Hour at the Rectory
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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 12th April from 10am-12 noon Everyone is most welcome to join us
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.