Notices & News


Prayer Space

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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.

Network Magazine

The latest edition is now available..please collect yours from the back of church or click here to read it online

Newsletter July 2019 Final

Church Register

The latest copy of the register of members is available at the back of the church..please take your copy.

Summer Sale

This will be on Saturday August 24th from 0915-1215. There is a planning meeting on at Tuesday 18th June at 6.30pm, in Church. Everyone is welcome to contribute ideas or offers of help as stall convenors or helpers, or with catering, competitions, decorating, promotion etc. The organisers this year are Steve Wright, Roger Turner and Duncan Martineau.


Civic Week:July 14th-21st

Fancy Dress Parade Saturday 20th July

The Kelso Laddies’ Association are working hard to revitalise the Fancy Dress Parade on the Saturday evening of Civic Week, and St. Andrew’s is being encouraged to join in with a float. Ruth McGrath is leading this initiative so please speak to her with any ideas.

St. Andrew’s will host the Kirkin’ O’ The Laddie Service at 6pm (War Memorial) and 6.30pm in Church on Sunday July 14th. There will be an exhibition entitled “Some of our People” during Civic Week, and we will conclude with the now traditional Hymns and Pimms at 5pm on Sunday July 21st

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 foils.

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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