Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness
Welcome, and thank you for visiting St NiniansChurch online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship and fellowship opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and offer you our hand in fellowship.
Our vision is to inspire the people of both communities and surrounding areas with the Good News of Jesus Christ. We will do this through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing, and serving of the Lord. With God’s grace we can help build the spiritual life and work of our congregations in both of our parishes.
Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebration.
(in St Ninian's Church)
(in Auldearn Church) (Cancelled)
Church Services at St Nniian's has resumed under Covid guidelines. This is a shorter service wih no hymns being sung.
Week days Food for Thought
1st Tuesday in the month, in the church hall. A chance to be fed both spiritually and physically .
Sunday School put on a performance about the 10 lepers healed by Jesus. Together with a retiring collection on the same day, the sum of £294.01 was raised for Leprosy mission Scotland.
The Sanctuary is open for quiet prayer and contemplation each Thursday morning during the time of the Coffee Break in the Hall.
Please feel free to join our mailing list and receive our Church Magazine and Stewardship Booklet.
The Short Sermon
Tel; 01667 451675
Contact the Minister
Minister's email address: -firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a generous bible study each week for those who want to explore more of God's word.
We are an open group, relaxed about God's word, and are generous in bringing the reality of it to bear on life and see it as an open book inexhaustible.
at the moment we are stopped until further notice :-
The book of Revelations
Contact number and Helpline
Treasurer : 01667 454219
Session Clerk : 01667 452998
Contact the Minister
Minister's email address:
20th September 10.15 am
Call to worship
(Trust and obey)
The sermon on 20th follows last weeks sermon and is a reflection on the new covenant that will be made between the house of Judah and the House of Israel and God.
Whilst we often associate the church as merely being the church, with so much happening in this world you just wonder if God has a hand in everything?
If he has then surely he is working towards something perhaps as scripture points the end times.
So we look at the gospel and look to see what drove Paul in his ministry after his experience on the Damascus road.