A Warm Welcome!
Our Minister is Rev. Neil Combe who can be contacted at email@example.com or 01896 755 869. Our Session Clerk is Ken Fotheringham who can be contacted at Kenfoth@aol.com or 01835 862 570.
We hope this website will give you a feel for our church, its history, and the activities we are involved in. We are always adding more content, details of future events in the church and in the town, and lots of other goodies. Please feel free to add any comments, questions or encouragements as you see fit. There is a contact form should you wish to contact us. It will be lovely to hear from you.
We currently have two services every Sunday. Our Morning Worship tends to be more traditional and is held in the main church building. We use the latest Scottish Church Hymnary (CH4), which provides for an excellent selection of worship songs from many eras and traditions. Holy Communion is celebrated once every three months, on the first Sunday of March, June, September and December.
Our Evening Fellowship is more contemporary and informal, and is held in the Boston Room of Kenmore Hall. We begin with worship, led by our worship group, followed by a talk which is then possibly followed by an open discussion. We close with worship and time set aside for prayer ministry (we have a fully trained prayer-ministry team). In his first letter to the Corinthians, the Apostle Paul encourages us each to come to church with something to share in order to build one another up (1 Cor 14:26). So, during the worship we encourage folk to listen to what the Holy Spirit may be saying and space is given to share this openly if appropriate. We also encourage personal testimony, which is often a huge encouragement for all.
In the evening of the last Sunday of the month we celebrate Communion together. This is done in a less formal way than in the morning.
Please note that in January and February both services are held in the Kenmore Hall next to the church building
Jedburgh Old & Trinity is a reformed evangelical congregation which is part of the Church of Scotland.