Notices & News

 

What’s on? 

Monday January 13th  2.30 – 4pm :Tea and Hymns

Thursday January 16th at 10am- noon: Craft and Chat

Saturday February 15th: Bunting Bonanza: see “What’s On” for all the details

 

Coffee Rota

The new rota is on the notice board so please sign up if you are able to serve coffee after the 10am service

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Kelso Churches Together will observe this from January 20-24, with daily services in Kelso Old Parish Church at 12.45pm, followed by a soup lunch. As there are now 8 churches in KCT, there is a rolling rotation for leading the service and providing lunch. St. Andrew’s will not be leading this time, but congregational support is, as ever, much appreciated.

Confirmation

We have 5 candidates for confirmation,or renewal of vows, and the service will take place on Sunday April 26th, hopefully followed by lunch. Classes will be held on a Wednesday at 11am in the Garden Room, starting on February 19th. If anyone else wishes to be Confirmed, explore Confirmation, or renew their Confirmation Vows, please speak to Bob or Grace ASAP.

Statutory Accounts

The Accounts for the year ending 30 September 2019 were presented to the Constituent Members of the Congregation at the Annual General Meeting held on Sunday December 15th 2019 at 1130am in St. Andrew’s Church.

Click these links to the full accounts and a summary:

http://standrewskelso.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Summary-report-Stats-18-19-v3-AH191124.docx

 

http://standrewskelso.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/St-Andrews-Episcopal-Church-signed-Statutory-Accounts-18-19-AH191122.pdf

 

Bottle Tops

There is a collection bin in Church for recycling  milk bottle caps..any colour as long as they are clean, and just the caps only..no foils. The first bin is now full..thank you..please keep them coming.

 

 

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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