St. Ninian's Alyth
We are pleased to be able to reopen from Sunday 28th March. See Pew Leaflet for service details.
Our lovely sandstone church, built in 1856 by the great grandfathers of some of our present congregation, stands on Airlie Street, the main road into Alyth. There is a ramped entrance. Inside the church is light and has a magnificent rose window and three beautiful stained glass windows around the apse. An elegant marble relief depicts Life after Death
Our congregation is a small friendly welcoming group of people. Some have lived in Alyth and belonged to this church all their lives. Others have come having moved into the area. We enjoy meeting to share worship.
A Warm Welcome awaits You!
St Ninian's welcomes Revd Kim Lafferty
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We use the Scottish 1982 Liturgy. The congregation joins in hymn singing, Bible reading, prayers and responses. The service finishes with Communion to which all are invited should they wish. On a 5th Sunday we join with the congregations of St. Anne’s and St. Catherine’s for morning worship.”
Everyone, with or without a Christian belief, is very welcome to join us. We hope you will find God’s peace through our worship.
“Our church was beautifully decorated last year for Remembrance Sunday. Thanks to the Parish Church for the loan of some of your poppies”
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St Ninian’s Celebrates the Easter Season
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