Welcome to St Andrew's Kelso!
The church is open every day during daylight hours
Monday 19th February
Ask God for strength at the beginning of this new week. Read Psalm 139 and focus on a verse that stands out to you and reflect on it all day.
Each entry will be posted here daily, but a link to the whole document is below. https://www.dotgo.uk/shared/images/content/bus_21387/pdf/Lent_Diary_2018.doc" target="_blank
Some additional words of Wisdom......
POPE FRANCIS’ WORDS
Do you want to FAST this Lent?
FAST from hurting words, and say kind words
FAST from sadness, and be filled with gratitude
FAST from anger, and be filled with patience
FAST from pessimism, and be filled with hope
FAST from worries, and trust in God
FAST from complaints, and contemplate simplicity
FAST from pressures, and be prayerful
FAST from bitterness, and fill your heart with joy
FAST from selfishness, and be compassionate to others
FAST from grudges, and be reconciled
FAST from words, and be silent so you can listen
A list of all services occurring during Lent are on our 'Services This Week' page which can be accessed from the left hand column.
Have you considered a 'Jar of Grace'?
USPG have a Lent Appeal
to help free Dalit people in India from the oppression of Debt. If we each put a jam jar (Jar of Grace) in our kitchens and every time we eat a meal during lent, popped a coin in it (any coin will do) we may be amazed at the amount we could collectively raise to support them, bring your jars or the money to church after Easter and we will amalgamate the money and send it in.
Bob King, our Rector, continues his recuperation but is only taking selected services. We remain indebted to Rev Grace Redpath, Rev Ursula Shone and Rev Dr Ian Clark for their continued assistance during Bob's illness.
An introduction to the Scottish Episcopal Church
Please click the link above for, well, a wonderful introduction to the Church.
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We are committed to exploring ways in which we can serve God both within our church families and in and around our local communities. At the same time, we seek to play a full part in our town's ecumenical 'Churches Together' groups, sharing occasional services and pieces of outreach work with the local Church of Scotland congregations, the Quakers and the Roman Catholics.
updated Monday 19th February 2018 - by Hannah McWalter
updated Wednesday January 10th and 17th by Margaret Addie