St Ninian’s has a beautiful sanctuary; sandstone and original oak timbers complementing richly coloured stained glass. It’s a snug, warm church, beautiful for weddings; with an intimate atmosphere which makes the smallest of weddings just as special as the largest of gatherings. The church grounds are landscaped, very photogenic! Confetti is fine, as long as it is paper and not metallic – we’re serious about doing our bit for the environment.
DO YOU HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF ST NINIAN’S?
You do not have to be a member of our congregation to be married in St Ninian’s. We welcome all who want to celebrate the love they have found. We invite all couples to a conversation with our minister, Stewart, who will help you work out all the things you want your special wedding ceremony to include. Every wedding is personalised to every couple because you are all special!
What Does it Cost?
There is no fee for the minister’s service however we do ask that you make a donation towards the upkeep of the church. We can also recommend our fabulous pianist.
Can We Take Photos?
Wedding guests are welcome to take pictures in the sanctuary, at the end of the ceremony. Professional photographers are allowed to take some pictures during the service itself; and video cameras are OK, as long as their use is discreet.