Notices: 25th Sunday Ordinary Time


Our first group of 13 parish schoolchildren from St Ninians’s Primary School received their First Holy Communion at Mass on Saturday (19th September) morning. We are delighted to welcome these children to join us at the Lord’s Table and pray that their enthusiasm, joy and love of Jesus may grow daily and remain with them throughout their lives. We thank our parents, teachers and catechists and all parishioners who have helped to prepare our children for this most memorable day in their lives.

We prepare to welcome more of our children from St Ninians’s Primary for their First Communion on Saturday 3rd October at 10:15am and 11:30am Mass and on 10th October (Saturday). We will warmly welcome our parish children who attend other local schools to receive their First Holy Communion.


Extract from Evening Times, Wednesday 16th September

‘Drumchapel Foodbank has made an urgent plea for donations.
The Ladyloan Place site which has been forced to reduce opening hours due to volunteer shortages is in need of the following items: – tinned fruit, sugar, tinned custard, toilet rolls, biscuits, tinned hot dogs, tinned tuna and tinned spaghetti hoops.
Donations of any of thee items or any other toiletries or foodstuffs you would like to donate can be handed into our Church house at anytime and will be passed onto Drumchapel Foodbank. Many thanks.

‘You pray for the hungry, then you feed them. That is how prayer works.’
– Pope Francis.


The Daily Record and Sunday Mail newspapers are currently running a ‘Kits for Kids’ giveaway top of the range kids football strips for community and schools (youth) football clubs. St Ninians’s Primary School hope to apply for a set of 16 strips for our school children which will require 1800 tokens to be collected by October 25, 2020.

Tokens are printed each day in the Daily Record and in the Sunday Mail. If you would like to help our Primary School, please cut out your daily token from the newspaper(s) and hand them into the Church house to be passed onto the School office.


Our parish community extend our sympathy and the support of our prayers to the families and friends of:

Isabel Mole (Cloberhill Road) whose funeral Committal Service was held in Dalnottar Crematorium on Tuesday 15th September.

We also pray for the happy and peaceful repose of the souls of:

Irene Kelly (Crusader Avenue) whose funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday 21st September at 10am

Arthur Durnan (Kestrel Road) whose Funeral Committal Service of will be conducted at Glasgow (Maryhill) Crematorium on Tuesday 22nd September.

Gerard Bailey (Gowanlee Road – Old Drumchapel) whose Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday 24th September at 10am. May they rest in peace.

Please note that Funeral Masses on Monday and Thursday are for family only and numbers are restricted to twenty (20) persons.