Welcome to ALE & TEVIOT UNITED CHURCHWe are pleased to have you with us!
Ale & Teviot United Church is what’s called the “parish church” for our area. That’s important, because it means that we’re not just a cosy wee club, providing services to existing members, but instead that we’re committed to reach out in compassion and fellowship to everyone, of every age, living in our area, and to share with you the Good News of a Saviour who loves you unconditionally.
Dear Members and Friends,
Although this is a short note, it does carry some important information.
Nominating Committee. This is the group of people who are charged with finding a new minister. The Committee is up and running and looking at ways to contact possible ministers and promote the congregations. There is a great deal of work involved in this and much of it will go on quietly in the background. Please do not ask members of the committee for information. The process has to be carried out with total confidentiality and it will just embarass committee members if they have to tell you – politely – to mind your own business. When there is any news the congregation will be the first to hear about it.
Neil Combe Interim Moderator
Congratulations! We are always delighted when a man and a woman make the quality decision to seek Christian marriage, and we wish you every blessing on your future together as husband and wife.
At this sad and difficult time, please be assured of the love and support of your local parish church. Our pastoral care is freely available to you, whether or not you or your loved one have any connection with the church.
Ale and Teviot United Church is situated in the Scottish Borders a short distance North of the town of Jedburgh. The extended parish combines the original parishes of Eckford, Crailing, Nisbet, Ancrum and Lilliesleaf.
These are typical Borders rural communities, set in lovely surroundings along the River Teviot to the east and the Ale Water to the west.
- 1st Sunday: 10am
- 2nd Sunday: No service
- 3rd Sunday: 10am
- 4th Sunday: 10am
- 5th Sunday: 10am
- 1st Sunday: 6:30pm
- 2nd Sunday: 10am
- 3rd Sunday: No service
- 4th Sunday: 11:30am
- 5th Sunday: No service
- 1st Sunday: 11:30am
- 2nd Sunday: 11:30am
- 3rd Sunday: 11:30am
- 4th Sunday: No service
- 5th Sunday: 11:30am
Latest News & Sermons
The Rev. Dr Warren Beattie has been accepted as the Locum minister for our churches for the next few months. He and his charming wife Stroma have been welcomed and well received by the congregations. For the next few months Rev. Warren will be taking most of the services and carrying out 2 days’ pastoral work per week.