Church Family Notices
The Church Family Notices (CFNs) are available at the start of the service each week, providing details of the service and a look at the church diary for the coming week and beyond. New items for inclusion should be sent by email to email@example.com by 12 noon Thursday.
Latest issue: Church Family Notices.
The Trustees approved the Congregational Accounts for 2016 at a meeting on 7th February 2017. The Accounts should receive the approval of Presbytery and OSCR later in the year.
Click here for details: Signed Accounts
A formal meeting of the Congregation took place on 6th November 2016 to consider the closure of Glencairn Church. The vote taken was clearly in favour of disposal. In February 2017, the Kirk Session and Board received authorisation from the General Trustees to sell the church. The Board will now proceed with the disposal.
In the interim, services at Glencairn will continue as advertised.
The adjacent cemetery remains the responsibility of the Dumfries & Galloway Council.
Life and Work
The magazine of the Church of Scotland is published monthly and copies are available in the Church by subscription. You can now read additional content on the internet at www.lifeandwork.org. It’s just a click away here.
Newsletter from Lubuto
Read the newsletter from our twinned congregation in Lubuto, Zambia.
The most recent issue: Tulipamo newsletter Aug 14.
Upgrading of St Ninian’s Church and Future Use
The Board have identified the need to upgrade the facilities at St Ninian’s Church to enable better use by the congregation and community. Following the initial consultation in February this year, everybody has a further opportunity to comment at Stage 2 of our Community Consultation. Enter your views on the Survey Form below. Closing date is 16 August 2017.
Survey: Click Stage 2
The Social Care Council of the Church of Scotland, operating as CrossReach, has prepared a Prayer Diary for the week.
Latest issue: Click CrossReach
Tea and Coffee
Glencairn & Moniaive Church is one of the ever-growing number of churches making the connection between trade and poverty and committing to using Fairtrade products including tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits.
Refreshments are served on Sundays at St Ninian’s Church, either after the 10:00am service or before the 11:45am service.
The Blessed Thing
The church publishes The Blessed Thing or a Newsletter several times a year. This contains church news and other items, written mainly by members of the congregation. Contributions for the next issue (in Autumn) should be sent to Revd Mary McLaughlan by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The most recent issue available: Click The Blessed Thing.
The Church of Scotland
Keep up to date with what is happening in the wider Church. Click here.