St Ninian’s is a Local Ecumenical Parish (LEP). That means our church is a partnership between the Church of Scotland and the United Reformed Church bringing the traditions and resources of both denominations to serve the people of Stonehouse.  The LEP was formed when St Ninian’s Parish Church and Stonehouse United Reformed Church joined together.

Nestling in the north-west of the Clyde Valley, Stonehouse lies on the fringes of urban central Scotland in the rolling hills of rural South Lanarkshire.  A village steeped in history, tradition and surrounded by beautiful agricultural and recreational countryside, Stonehouse retains a sense of character and community that has attracted many to settle here.

St Ninian’s Church has a long established presence in the village. To discover more about the church in Stonehouse since the 9th Century read John Young’s A History of the Established Church in Stonehouse.

saint ninian's church
photo by John Young