Margaret Smith passed away in the early hours of Sunday March 10th.

May the souls of the faithful, through the mercy of God, rest in peace, and rise in glory.


Jar of Grace for Lent

 The Bishop of Edinburgh’s Lent Appeal this year is for Mercy Ships UK and Fresh Start Borders (which offers practical help to those moving from homelessness into housing). Please put a jam jar in your kitchen and every time you eat a meal put a coin or note in the jar as a thanks offering during Lent. After Easter we will send all the money collected to the Bishop’s Lent Appeal.


Lent Study Course:

This will follow a course devised by USPG: The Prophetic Voice of the Church. The topics will cover Community; Injustice; Gender; Climate; and Hope. There will be 2 sessions each week covering the same topic starting week commencing 11th March:

                  Mondays at 7.00pm in the Rectory

                  Wednesdays at 11.00am in Church

No previous experience is required and everyone is invited to join


Congregational Register

A new Congregational Register is being prepared. We will use the information given 2 years ago unless anyone advises otherwise.Forms are available at the back of the Church for any new entries or amendments, which should be received by 14th April please


Coffee Rota

Volunteers are needed to help with coffee after the 10am Sunday Service. Please add your name to the rota on the notice Board if you can help.


What people say....

"My friend and I went to the 10am Holy Communion on Sunday 10 March 2019. We were on holiday and wanted to attend an Episcopalian Church. The service was delightful. I suspect that the congregation all knew each other but there was no sense of being outsiders. Both officiating clergy made a point of welcoming us and used our names during the sharing of the bread and wine. The sermon was thought-provoking with a smidgeon of humour to leaven the message. The hymns were traditional which we tend to prefer. The church building (Victorian) is also worth seeing with some attractive decoration and windows. We were on holiday but were we to live in Kelso, I don't think we would seek further for a regular Place of Worship"

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