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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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    Good news! - St Ninian's has been given permission to open for Sunday worship as from Sunday the 6th of September. Members have been contacted with details of how to attend on a Sunday. Seating is limited to 42 each week due to social distancing regulations. We plan to continue our online presence for those who cannot be present for any reason.Keep an eye out for activity on Sunday morning; if there is none please check back later; this first Sunday in the church we have to test doing a live feed. Please bear with us....

    One step forward towards the Light...... God bless.

     

     
     

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    Summer meadow
    The walking group at Seafield, Kirkcaldy around 1990.
    Presentation of the font , a gift from Glenrothes Development Corporation.
    The choir entertains residents of Leslie House Eventide Home, Leslie.
    The choir in the late 1990s
    The choir in the late 1980s
    The choir on Christmas Eve 1970 in the new church building.
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    St Ninian's with the hedge now in place.
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    Aerial view of St Ninian's c1970
    St Ninian's after a service, in the early days.
    Unveiling of the commemorative stone. September 2015
    Kirk Session and Rev Alli Roy
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