St Ninian’s has always been at the heart of the community of Stonehouse.  As we face the issues being confined due to the coronavirus outbreak brings that will continue to be the case.

St Ninian’s is pleased to be supporting and enabling Stonehouse Coronavirus Community Support.

We’re also open each Sunday from 1pm-3pm to collect donations for the local food bank.

 
Following advice from the UK Government both the Church of Scotland and United Reformed Church have advised that all church buildings should close until further notice.
 
The church is, however, still active!
 
A weekly service will be posted on Church Facebook page, here on the website and on our new YouTube channel.  
 
Our weekly Podcast, St Ninian’s Sermons, will still be available and the audio recording of the service is still here on our website st-ninians-stonehouse.org.uk/sermons.
 
This is a worrying time for all of us. We would ask that you take the time to look after each other, especially those who have now been told to self-isolate for 12 weeks.
 
Sunday School and Morning Prayers are happening online using zoom.  It’s a free app for smartphones, tablets and laptops and you can also dial in from a phone. Email Stewart to join in!
 
Pastoral work will obviously be affected by the virus outbreak but we will endeavour to meet people’s needs as best we can in the most appropriate manner. This will primarily be by phone, email and online.
 
Our priority will continue to be sensible and put people’s health at the centre of all our considerations.
 
You can still give though the Quick Donate link on this site or email Bill Storrie for information about setting up a Standing Order.