Please see the "What's On" section for full details of the Countryside Exhibition, running all week in Church from 10am- 4pm

 Services will continue as follows, with minor restrictions on entry on Friday and Saturday due to special services.




Wednesday July 18th

10 am: Holy Communion (1982 Liturgy)

Celebrant: Rev Grace Redpath

Followed by coffee and conversation


Friday July 20th at 2.30pm

Funeral service for Blaize Harper-Gow

The family have intimated that all are welcome, and request bright colours be worn. No flowers please.


Please note the Countryside Exhibition will close  at 11.30 am due to this service, but will be open in the evening from 5.30-7.30 pm


Saturday July 21st at Noon

Wedding of Carly Burdis and Kevin Clark

The Countryside exhibition will close temporarily from 11am-2pm


Sunday July 22nd - Eighth Sunday after Trinity

8.30 am: Holy Communion (Scottish Prayer Book)

Celebrant and Preacher: Rev Dr Ian Clark


10 am: Sung Eucharist (1982 Liturgy)

Celebrant and Preacher: Rev Prebendary Bob King

Liturgy of the Word: Rev Grace Redpath



Jeremiah 23: 1-6

Ephesians 2: 11-22

Mark 6: 30-34 & 53-56


5pm: Hymns and Pimms


Do join us for our now traditional celebration to mark the end of Civic Week, and the close of the Countryside Exhibition. Cheers! 








The style of our services is fairly traditional, drawing on the rich heritage of the 

Scottish Episcopal Church and Anglicanism. 

All are warmly invited to receive Communion, or a Blessing, at our services.

Gluten-free wafers are available. There is level access via the back door (through the gate at the left of the Church) during main service times.


    Every Sunday


                      8.30 am Holy Communion (Scottish Prayer Book)                                         10 am Sung Eucharist (1982 Liturgy)


                                                Every Wednesday


                                 10 am Holy Communion (1982 Liturgy)

          This is a short, quiet, reflective service, and we are often joined by members of other Churches in the town. Coffee and conversation always follows.


                                                Praise Services

Usually the first Sunday of the month at 5pm. ..

but service in August


    Sung Evensong

Replacing the Praise Service occasionally...

Next service is Sunday Sept 2nd at 5pm, sung by The Choir


       Tea and Hymns  

 Every second Monday of the month at 2.30 pm

This ever popular afternoon is an opportunity to choose and sing your favourite hymns, with a break mid-way for tea,cake and conversation.

All welcome......the more, the merrier.


Private Prayer

St Andrew's Kelso is kept open and warm throughout each day, so that anyone can make use of the building at any time for a few moments of private prayer. There is a Prayer Board where you can leave prayers and these will be included in our Wednesday Morning Services for 4 weeks.


If you would like to talk about a particular service,

maybe a Baptism, Wedding, Blessing or Funeral,

please contact the Rector:

Rev  Prebendary Bob King:

Telephone 01573 224163 or email: 

  The Church Office is open on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings, 10am-noon

Telephone 01573 229591 or email: