Matt 22

The Church calls it 'Ordinary Time' but it is never ordinary with Jesus...

For those that cannot access our Sunday Services online we now have some space available to watch the service on the screens in St Ninian's church. Space is strictly limited so if you are able to view the service online please do that so that others may also have an opportunity to worship.

If you do come to the church please, do not arrive early and comply with the steward's instructions as to seating, the wearing of face-coverings, and timely dispersal after the service.

St Ninian's and St Andrew's are churches for Corby they are a members of the worldwide family of Presbyterian and Reformed Churches.
The Church exists to glorify God, to spread the good news of Jesus Christ, and to grow towards Jesus in faith and love.

Please check out our Worship Together page.

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Online Sunday Morning Service

On Sunday 25th September our Morning Service at 10:00 will be led by Rev'd Mike and others. 

We are gathering as the people of God on Zoom.

Join the Zoom Service on Sunday?

at any time after 09:45...

Click here to join the Sunday Service

Meeting ID861 2628 4527

Password:  150 610

See our  'Worship Together' page for phone numbers to join the service from a landline. The instructions for joining the prayer meeting and for joining the Sunday service are the same.

You can view this service on You Tube by clicking here

Order of Service for 25th October

Proper 25

Call to worship


Prayer of approach and confession

The Lord's Prayer


Reading – 

Prayer of Thanksgiving and Intercession

Offerings for the work of the Church


Reading – Matthew 22 : 34 – 46






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We celebrate Communion 4 times each year.
Dates for Communion are the second Sunday in the months of February, June and October and first Sunday of Advent. At present we are holding online communion services.
Baptisms and Blessing of children are included in the services when the Churches are open. At present we are delaying Baptisms in the hope that 'normal services' will soon be resumed.