Service & Worship
SERVICES VIA ZOOM DURING THE PANDEMIC
Every Day: 10.00 am Morning Prayer; 6.00 pm Compline
Every Sunday: 10.45 am 1982 Sottish Liturgy
Holy Week Services via Zoom. Click the links below to find Chris's Reflections too
Click here for the sermon and part of the Palm Sunday service.
Fourth Hymn: On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week (6, 7, 8 April) Chris will giving Reflections at 6.00 pm each day before Compline as follows: Please click these links: Monday 6 April; Tuesday 7 April; Wednesday 8 April
His Reflections on Maundy Thursday 9 April will also be at 6.00 and then followed by a communion service.
Click here to find the Hymn sheet for Holy Week.
Please click this link for Chris's Reflections for Good Friday 10 April . They will also be presented by via Zoom at 6.00 pm and will be followed by Compline.
You may also like to listen to Peter Estibeiro's moving reflections for Good Friday 2019: click here.
10.45 am Easter Sunday Service on 12 April.
SERVICE SHEETS: Click below
During the Pandemic, all services are based on the 1982 Scottish Liturgy (The Blue Book) with which we are all familiar. There will be occasional 'add-ins' for Palm Sunday and Maundy Thursday.
SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Mondays. Contemplative Prayer Group 16.00
Wednesdays. Bible Study Group 10.00
Meeting Point 14.30. Last Wednesday of the month with a break for summer holidays
The present pattern of worship and relevant readings until November 2020 can be seen in the attached document.
The Ministry of Healing is offered during Communion on the third Sunday each month. Coffee and tea are served after each service in the church to bring together those who attend the Sunday service.
For those who are housebound, with the help of an authorised priest, home communion is available using Reserved Sacrament. In addition, the church is always open for private prayer and contemplation and for visitors. it is a quiet, tranquil and peaceful space.
Christ Church participates in joint services with other churches in Duns from time to time, especially during Reivers’ Week, on Remembrance Sunday and during Easter. It also participates in services with its BECG (Berwickshire Episcopal Churches Group) partners at St Mary and All Souls in Coldstream and tSt Ebba's in Eyemouth. A full programme of Festival services is organised at Christmas and during Holy Week and Easter