This Week’s Services:
Frontals, Falls and Vestments are GREEN as we move into Ordinary time..a time for renewal and growth.
Wednesday August 14th – The Transfiguration
10am Holy Communion (1982 Liturgy)
Celebrant and Preacher: Rev Prebendary Bob King
Sunday August 18th – Ninth Sunday after Trinity
8.30am Holy Communion (Scottish Prayer Book)
Celebrant: Rev Grace Redpath
Preacher: Rev Dr Ian Clark
10am Sung Eucharist (1982 Liturgy)
Celebrant and Preacher: rev Dr Ian Clark
Liturgy of the Word: Rev Prebendary Bob King
Jeremiah 23: 23-29
Hebrews 11: 29- 12:2
Luke 12: 49–56
3pm Queen’s House
Rev Prebendary Bob King and Rev Grace Redpath
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.
8.30 am Holy Communion (Scottish Prayer Book)
10 am Sung Eucharist (1982 Liturgy)
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.
Usually the first Sunday of the month at 5pm.
Most frequently, a Praise Service,
but occasionally, Compline, or Evensong
Tea and Hymns
Every Second Monday of the month at 2.30 pm
So the next one is Monday August 12th….
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.
Craft and Chat
Every Third Thursday from 10am to noon in Church.So the next one is Thursday July 18th. Bring your needlework, handicrafts or do a jigsaw or some therapeutic colouring..or just enjoy the conversation and coffee.
Care Home Services
As part of Kelso Churches Together, we lead a service in Queen’s House at 3pm on the Third Sunday of each month, and monthly, by rotation,in Grove House, Plenderleith Court, Kerfield Court and the RVS Social Centre
St Andrew’s 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 Space with ideas for reflection, and 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, or any other matter, please contact the Rector:
Rev Prebendary Bob King: Tel 01573 224163 or email firstname.lastname@example.org