Dates for your Diary:

3 June at 5pm: Mosaic sing Evensong

13th June at 2.30pm: Eclectica Concert in Church

This is part of our Outreach to older people, by providing a free concert of light entertainment  in Church. Refreshments provided.

16th and 17th June: Mozart on Tweed 2018

in St. Andrew's Church

Saturday, June 16th at 7.30pm: By, With, To or From Mozart.

The New Aeolian Quintet , with David Murray, Piano

Sunday, June 17th at 4.30pm: Grand and Mysterious

Gran Partita in B Flat K 361: The Yetholm Sinfonia Wind Soloists

23rd June  at 2.30pm: Mosaic Charity Concert





Link to Consecration of Canon Anne Dyer




The Kelso Food Bank   

 St Andrew's Church is very proud to work with The Kelso Food Bank.

Donations continue to be received via Church congregations and through the collection points in Sainsbury's and the two Co-op stores. Stocks are currently low on the following items:

Tins of  fish, meat, spaghetti, macaroni, potatoes,puddings, tomatoes.

Jars of jam, marmalade, pasta sauce.

Cereals: Due to limited packing space in the delivery bags, small or medium sized cereal packets are preferred, please.



The Women's Fellowship

The next event is a Review of the Year at 2.30pm on Monday 4th June in The Rectory.

We will also plan the programme for the coming year.

Please contact Pat King if you would like any additional information. 015723 224163

Within the Community

St Andrew's is a part of Kelso Churches Together and amongst other activities, we share the leading of Outreach Services in our local care and residential homes, weekly in Queen's House and monthly in Grove House, Plenderleith Court and Kerfield Court.

Next services led by St. Andrew's:


       Queen's House on Sunday June 17th at 3pm


Open Gardens          

                                               WELLGATE GARDEN in the centre of MOREBATTLE.


Wellgate is now officialy part of the Quiet Gardens Scheme.  This is a worldwide organisation that fosters the provision of quiet spaces, small and large, creating sanctuaries of still and refreshment. They are found in churches, retreat centres, schools and private gardens like Wellgate.

Anybody seeking peace and quiet in a garden can come here on both Fridays and Sundays.  Of course if we are there with a little time to spare a cup of tea or coffee would be forthcoming, but part of the point of doing this is to enable people to enjoy the garden, small as it is, without involving anybody else.  Wellgate is the Old Manse, is next to the kirk, a white Georgian block of a house.


We hope people will respect the garden and not nick cuttings. These can be provided if you ask: there are probably little plants potted up by the greenhouse to be purchased and small sums for charity can be left.


Matilda and Douglas Hall.


01573 440 687

If you wish for the St Andrew's website to mention that you have a garden that you open to visitors and for charity, please let us know and we can add the details here. Please contact Margaret Addie at margaret.r.addie:gmail.com