Notices & News

Thank you

Many thanks to everyone who helped at the KCT Tea Tent at the Border Union Show. Although it is undoubtedly a lot of hard work, it is well worth while and an excellent effort all round, but special thanks to Gill Orde and Pearl Ford for all the organisation.

Whilst volunteering, did you leave a tea towel behind? If so, please speak to Gill as she has acquired a varied collection!

Sidespeople

We are looking for some extra Sidespeople to act at the 10am Sunday service. No experience necessary, just the ability to smile, welcome people and give out the books etc.. If you would like to help, please speak to Peter Tucker or the Rector.

Coffee Rota

Volunteers are needed to help with coffee after the 10am Sunday service. If you can help, please add your name to the rota on the notice board. Thank you.

Summer Sale

This will be on Saturday August 24th from 0930 -1215, and publicity and preparation arrangement are gathering apace. On Tuesday August 6th at 6.30pm there will be a meeting in Church for convenors, leaders and keen-to-be-helpers, to agree the range, scale and layout of stalls, logistics, etc.

Steve Wright, Duncan Martineau and Roger Turner are this year’s organisers.

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.

Book Stall

The second hand book stall at the back of Church is running short of paperbacks so do bring in any unwanted books to keep the stall going.

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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