Morning Prayer

Prayer is the cornerstone of our life together at St Ninian’s.

Morning Prayers

We join for Morning Prayer on Thursday at 9:30am and you are welcome to join us.  We meet in St Ninian’s on Thursdays to pray for our community, our world and each other, to share our thoughts and insights and to join in worship.  For details of how to join email our minister Stewart.

Prayer Resources

For many of us a routine of daily prayer might be a long held ritual. For others it may be a distant memory of prayers at bedtime. In most Christian traditions the ritual of prayers throughout the day is a valued and rich source of comfort and strength.

There are lots of resources for daily prayer, so why not take a few minutes in the morning, midday and evening to be still and join with others around the world to pray.

Daily Devotions from the URC
URC Daily Devotions
A daily reading, reflection and prayer delivered to your email or online. Available as an audio recording.

Church of Scotland
Church of Scotland Prayers
A whole set of resources to help you pray!

Sanctuary First
Sanctuary First Daily Worship
A daily devotional resource with a short reading, reflection and prayer.

Common Prayer
common prayer
A tapestry of daily prayers inviting faith communities from around the world to pray, sing, and act together. At this site, you’ll find prayers for every evening, morning, and midday that celebrate the best of the Christian tradition and engage with the most pressing issues of our world today.

Lectio 365

LECTIO 365 is a daily devotional resource that helps you pray the Bible every day.

Written by leaders from the 24-7 Prayer movement, and produced in partnership with CWR, this resource helps you engage with Scripture to inspire prayer and shape your life.  Journey through the year with Pete Greig, Carla Harding, Phil Togwell, Jill Weber, Izwe Nkosi and international guest writers.

Northumbria Community
Daily Prayer from Northumbria Community
The Daily Office – Morning, Midday and Evening Prayer – is at the core of the life of the Northumbria Community. A regular cycle of daily prayers constitutes the essential rhythm of life around which other activities can take their proper place.

Scottish Episcopal Church
Daily Office
Morning and Evening prayer and also Compline, a prayer for the end of the day.