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    Welcome to Glenrothes: St Ninian's.  

    We are the Church of Scotland parish church for west Glenrothes.  
    Everyone, wherever they live, is welcome at our 10.30am Sunday service.
    There's far more to St Ninian's than just a Sunday morning, 
    so we would encourage you to have a look around our website
    and "like" us on our Facebook page.
    Please contact us
    if you have any questions about life in St Ninian's. 
    For contact details please see the Contact Us link
    (above).
     

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    Halleluia!

    Worship at St Ninian's is gradually returning to "normal" and we look forward to welcoming you back to sharing Sunday worship each Sunday at 10.30am. 

    Test and Protect details are still required, and masks are still to be worn, but the seating is back to normal (from 26th September 2021.) The Junior Church meets during the service in the small hall.
    Teas and coffees are once more available after the service. Please bring your own mug for the first few weeks. 

    Anyone wishing to attend worship next Sunday, is asked to contact Fiona Massie on 01592 742739 or at fiona.massie58@gmail.com by Thursday at 7.00pm.

    We look forward to being together once again.

    Stay safe and God bless. 

     

     If you cannot attend please tune into our YouTube page to see our service each week. It will be live at 10.30  but can be viewed later. God bless...

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9haMbMUwIczJf70Hr7QFxA

     

     

     
     
     

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