The website covers 3 quite different churches in Berwick - and whether you are a Twempie, a Spittler, a Scremerstonian or you're from outside the parishes, you are welcome to each of them:
Pioneer Youthworker Vacancy
Spittal at 9am has a traditional Church of England feel to it, with the priests wearing vestments, and with hymns (accompanied with the organ where possible) usually coming from the Ancient and Modern hymn book. The monthly afternoon Creative Church service for families though is anything but traditional - and all children with their parents or carers are welcome. For more information, see Spittal Parish Church
Scremerston is a village church (3 miles south of Berwick), seeking to serve the local parish, and where newcomers and visitors are very welcome. We have Holy Communion on every Sunday, apart from the third in the month, which is our family service. For more information, see Scremerston Parish Church
Children & youth
We've started loads of things in the last couple of years for young people - Sunday school, Creative Church, After School Church, All-age services, a youth group, and more. For more info, see Children
Modern Evening Service 10 July
Posted 10 Jul 2016, 00:42 by email@example.comFollowing our day away, we're continuing to think about what it means to be Church. Today in our Modern Evening Service, we're concentrating on the Great Commission from Matthew 28, and how we make disciples. All are welcome in Tweedmouth Church Hall at 6pm. Click here for more details.
Modern Evening Service 12 June
Posted 12 Jun 2016, 05:02 by firstname.lastname@example.orgThe songs for this month's service and the link to the bible reading are now on this website - see Modern Evening Service. All are welcome - we meet in Tweedmouth Church Hall at 6pm.
THREE SPECIAL EVENTS CELEBRATING THE 90TH BIRTHDAY OF THE QUEEN
Posted 23 May 2016, 12:19 by email@example.comCREATIVE CHURCH
Sunday 29th May in Spittal Church for our Creative Church at 3pm we will be having a street party in the church grounds. With bunting and flags, balloons and games, party food and a short service of thanksgiving, together we will celebrate and have fun. Please bring some food to share if you are able, and the youngsters may dress up too if they wish. Do come and join us.
TWEEDMOUTH CHURCH COFFEE MORNING
On Saturday 4th June in Tweedmouth Church hall from 10am we will be holding a special coffee morning to celebrate the 90th birthday of the Queen. As well as tea and coffee there will be lots of cakes and some stalls and memorabilia on show. All most welcome.
SCREMERSTON BIRTHDAY GARDEN PARTY
On Tuesday 21st June from 1.30pm we will be holding a community garden party in Scremerston First School. Pupils, parents, residents of Scremerston and members of the Parish Church congregation are all invited for a celebration. There will be singing and other contributions by the children, a display about the long reign of the Queen and a party tea. All are welcome to join us for a wonderful community time together.
Posted 6 May 2016, 16:35 by firstname.lastname@example.orgWe're having a day away together as 3 churches towards the end of May. Questionaires are at the back of churches so that everyone has a chance to have their voice heard about how they find church and where God might be leading us. Do ask a churchwarden for a copy next time you are in church.
Week of Prayer
Posted 6 May 2016, 16:32 by email@example.comThe details of when we will be meeting each day this week to pray are on the homepage of this website. If you want to come and pray, as the archbishops are calling us to, for people in this country to know the good news of Jesus in their lives, then you are very welcome to join us.