Upcoming Services and Events

All services are now suspended on the advice of our Bishop. Our worship team are producing weekly “Home Sheets” of prayers, Bible readings and reflections to join together in spirit as a church community. These are available below.

Additionally, the Scottish Episcopal Church is broadcasting weekly Eucharist services, available here from 11:00am each Sunday. Do join the rest of our Episcopal church as you are able.

Members and visitors may also like to join our friends and fellow Christians in Peebles in their online worship. The Old Parish Church have interactive services available here, our neighbours at St Andrew’s Leckie live-stream their 11am worship here, and Peebles Baptist Church are meeting at 11am via video-conference here.

Weekly Home Sheets for 2020

Recent events and news:

  • In February we marked the start of Lent with an Ash Wednesday service, and began a Lent study course in people’s houses.
  • In January we welcomed the announcement of our new Rector, the Rev Andrew Taylor-Cook, who will be joining us in May.
  • In December we celebrated the birth of Jesus in different ways: as Light of the World in our Christingle service, as a difficult time for many in our Blue Christmas service, as an event for all with our join-in Nativity, and with traditional carols and readings in our Midnight and Christmas morning communion services. We also enjoyed the Choir Christmas concert and our Advent coffee morning.
  • In November, we joined with other churches to remember those who have sacrificed their lives for us, looked ahead to Christmas with our craft stall at the Burgh Hall Christmas Market, and interviewed for a new Rector.
  • In October, we celebrated the fruitfulness of God’s creation in our Harvest Festival and collected 39kg of donations for Peebles Food Bank.
  • In September, we welcomed Philippa into the church through baptism, and learned about life in the Holy Land from Rev Kate McDonald, Associate Minister of St Andrews Memorial Church Jerusalem and Tiberias.
  • In August, Afternoon Tea at Anne & Ian Rogers’ garden in Eddleston raised over £700.
  • In July, church members and visitors enjoyed browsing pre-loved women’s and children’s clothes at Dress to Impress, and raised over £1000.
  • In June, we held a day of prayer as part of global movement Thy Kingdom Come.
  • In May, St Peter’s Choir recorded a video as part of SongWave, and we supported Christian Aid week events.
  • In April, we welcomed the missionary family we support to our Easter Week celebrations, and rewired our church.
  • In March we began by welcoming the Bishop to lead worship, and ended by welcoming mums, dads, sons and daughters to our Mothering Sunday celebrations.

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