If you go South-west up High Street you will find us on the left. Normally on Sundays parking is available at either side of the church.
If you use satnav enter our postcode - IV12 4AA
Scottish Charity Numbers
St Ninian's: SC015361
Welcome to Nairn St Ninian's Church of Scotland
Auldearn and Dalmore Church is linked to Nairn St Ninian's Church and shares the Minister and Organist
You are very welcome to join us in Worship. Here you will find a traditional Presbyterian form of worship with emphasis on prayer, the preaching of the Word, and congregational singing of Hymns and Metrical Psalms.
10.15 a.m. Every Sunday
(in St Ninian's)
Morning Service Fellowship - tea/coffee is served in the church hall after the morning service, all are welcome to come through to the hall.
12 Noon Every Sunday
6.30 p.m. 1st Sunday of each month
joint service with the other local denominations
(in the St Ninian's Hall)
6.30 p.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month
(in the St Ninian's Hall)
The Sanctuary is normally open for quiet prayer and contemplation, or just to look round quietly, each Thursday morning during the time of the Coffee Break in the Hall.
Gift Aid envelopes are provided at the end of each pew. If you are a UK tax payer and would like to make a financial offering during the service please fill in your details and the amount of your donation on the reverse of the envelope. Thank You.
Visits - If you know of anyone in hospital or who would appreciate a visit in their own home from the Minister please let your elder or Grace McCloy, Session Clerk know. Raigmore Hospital notification system only works when patients specifically request a visit from their Minister on admission. Please notify us when members or adherents are admitted to hospital so we can ensure that they receive a ministerial visit and remember them in our prayers. Additionally, a visit from a member of the Pastoral Care Group may be arranged by contacting Mary Heggie on 01667 456158.
The Monday Night Bible Study Group takes place at 1 Caledonian Street at 7.00 p.m.
On the First Tuesday of each month at 12 noon there is a Soup and Sandwich lunch in the St Ninian's Hall with a Gospel message. Note that this is now taking a summer holiday during July and August and it is planned to re-commence in September.
The Bible Study Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month except July, August and September from 2.00 to 3.30 p.m. in the Church Hall. Meetings comprise of an exposition and time of open prayer specifically for people of the churches and town of Nairn. Anyone interested in joining this group should please contact either Isabel Bryce or Dorothea Cooke.
The Coffee Break is a group of members who meet in the Church Hall each Thursday morning from 10:00 a.m. This is a service provided by the church for everyone in the community to come in and have a cup of coffee and a chat in the relaxed atmosphere of the hall.
Stewardship meeting on Wednesday 8th July at 2.00 p.m. - 1 Larchfield Court
The restoration work commenced on Monday 20th April and is expected to take about six to eight weeks to complete. Allowing for unforeseen problems and final regulation of the instrument, the re-dedication recital will take place on Saturday 1st August at 7.00 p.m. and will be given by Graham Maclagan, Associate Director of Music at the Parish Church of Saint Cuthbert, Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh and Teacher of Music at George Heriot's School, Edinburgh. Please put this date in your diary, do come, and bring your friends!
Now that the work is under way we need to draw up a list of 16 volunteers to be on a rota at times when the sanctuary is open to visitors. We really need your help in this regard; please do not think that you don't know enough about the organ to do this - help and training on the history of the church and the organ works will be given to volunteers before you are expected to take part. So far we have eight volunteers. Please do consider prayerfully if this is something you could do and give your names to Grace or Clifford.
The idea is that visitors will be able to collect a booklet about the church and particularly the organ and view the permanent display on the restotation works. The booklet and display will be made by local school pupils.