What’s On

What’s On This Week:

Week beginning
Sunday Jul 14
All our churches usually meet together at 10am at Tweedmouth each Sunday
and at 10am on Wednesdays at Spittal.

Scroll down to find out more.

Day

Venue

Time & Activity

Sunday 14th

Spittal Church

12:00 - 4:00pm
Sea Sunday Event

Monday 15th

Tweedmouth Church


Spittal Church

9:00am Prayer Meeting


5:45pm Youth Group

Tuesday 16th

Spittal Church

Tweedmouth West End

Lower Spittal

Spittal Church

9:00am Coffee, Chat & Play

11:00am Home Group

2:00pm Tuesday Group

7:00pm Night Prayer

Wednesday 17th

Spittal Church


Turret Villa Care Home

10:00am Holy Communion
Followed by refreshments

10:30am Anna Chaplaincy

Thursday 18th

Garden House Care Home

Crowning of Salmon Queen

East Ord

2:00pm Anna Chaplaincy

Processing from TWM Church

7:30pm  Home Group

Friday 19th

Goldstone

10:00am Home Group

Saturday 20th

Sunday 21st

Tweedmouth Church



Scremerston Church

10:00am Morning Worship
TWEEDMOUTH FEAST
Followed by refreshments

11:00am Holy Communion
Followed by refreshments

Day

Sunday 14th

Venue

Spittal Church

Time & Activity

12:00 – 4:00pm Sea Sunday Event

Day

Monday 15th

Venue

Tweedmouth Church

Spittal Church

Time & Activity

9:00am Prayer Meeting

5:45pm Youth Group

Day

Tuesday 16th

Venue

Spittal Church

Tweedmouth West End

Lower Spittal

Spittal Church

Time & Activity

9:00am Coffee, Chat & Play

11:00am Home Group

2:00pm Tuesday Group

7:00pm Night Prayer

 

Day

Wednesday 17th

Venue

Spittal Church

Turret Villa Care Home

Time & Activity

10:00am Holy Communion
Followed by refreshments 
 

10:00am Anna Chaplaincy

Day

Thursday 18th

Venue

Garden House

Salmon Queen

East Ord

Time & Activity

2:00pm Anna Chaplaincy

Processing from TWM Church

7:00pm Home Group

Day

Friday 19th

Venue

Goldstone

 

Time & Activity

10:00am Home Group

 

Day

Saturday 20th

Venue

Time & Activity

Day

Sunday 21st

Venue

Tweedmouth Church

Scremerston Church

Time & Activity

10:00am Morning Worship
TWEEDMOUTH FEAST SERVICE
Followed by refreshments

11:00am Holy Communion
Followed by refreshments

Welcome to events in our churches

Pray

At Tweedmouth Church or in the Vicarage if the weather is cold – start the working week with God. Come and go as you are able.

Coffee, chat and play

At Spittal Church. Parents and Carers bring their children and each other’s company, free play, craft, singing and a Bible story with snacks, fresh fruit and cakes always available.

Youth Group

Young people ages 10-14 meet at Spittal church for a variety of activities. Text Audrey Maclaren 07812 657368 for more information.

Small Groups

These meet on different days in different locations, often someone’s home for conversation and varied activities including crafting, Bible study, prayer and shared meals. Ask the person leading the Sunday or Wednesday service for more information.

Women's Prayer Breakfast

Saturdays once every three months, 8.30am at the Vicarage. Breakfast together followed by a short reflection and prayer

Morning Worship

A mixture of songs, old and new, to sing and to listen to, learning from the Bible and prayers for others and ourselves.

Teatime Church

A very informal time for families with crafts, music, songs and prayer and a Bible story – a chance to worship and learn together and share food together.

Holy Communion

As Morning Worship together with sharing bread and wine as Jesus did with his disciples in his last meal with them before he was executed. The words of the service explain that bread and wine symbolise his sacrifice of his life for us. The bread used is gluten free but the wine is not alcohol free. The minister leading the service will explain how the communion will be served. On Wednesdays at Spittal this is a short spoken service followed by coffee and biscuits (and sometimes cake!)

Events when we are guests of others

Open The Book

For Open the Book a small team of people are guests of some of local first schools: Scremerston, Prior Park and Tweedmouth West We tell stories from the Bible in an exciting age appropriate translation as part of assemblies. The children help us act out the stories using simple costumes and props. This is part of a national programme from The Bible Society authorised for use in school assemblies. Everyone involved holds an enhanced DBS certificate.

Community Events

Any event which has Community in the title indicates that it is organised by local people rather than the church. Contact us if you have an event which you would like to hold in one of our churches,

Anna Chaplaincy/Care Home Ministry

Our team focuses on serving the spiritual needs of people in the winter years of life. We provide monthly services in care homes and personal individual visits. We also assist the ministers with communion services for residents.
We thoroughly enjoy laughter and prayer together with our elderly friends in the homes, who bring joy and often surprise us with their contributions! Our team members come from churches in our benefice and from the Roman Catholic church as we share our vision to take Christ’s love out into our community.
You can find out more about the spiritual care offered by Anna Chaplains and Friends here
L-R: Judith, Hazel, Mary, Grace, Caroline