There is a 10.30am Holy Communion Service every Sunday at St Ninian’s. For details of special services see our diary.
We normally have around 30 people including families with young children. There are frequent Bring and Share lunches (at least once a quarter). These services use the 1982 Communion Service (the blue book), with words for the service and hymns projected onto a screen. Music ranges from the ancient to modern and is accompanied by piano and other instruments. St Ninian’s has a congregation who sings and is confident singing with no accompaniment. After taking Communion or receiving a blessing, members of the congregation have the opportunity to light a votive candle, a valued tradition in the congregation. The sharing of The Peace is enthusiastically observed between all members of the congregation from the youngest to the oldest. After services we share fellowship with tea, coffee and often home baked cake. We are proud of our reputation of being a welcoming church and serving good coffee.
There is a 3.00pm (monthly) Service at a local sheltered housing complex: Lord Hay’s Court. This service is co-led with a local Church of Scotland minister, follows the liturgical calendar and features worship and socialising time for residents.
The church is not just active on Sundays, for other activities during the week see Groups.