Holy Trinity is a member of  The Scottish Episcopal Church and you can find us in Melrose in the beautiful Scottish Borders.

                                      WE ARE BACK!

With some restrictions, we are now delighted to welcome you back to the Church in person, and we look forward to seeing you.

Please remember

  • The pews are for people who do not feel the need to socially distance. 

  • The area at the back is for those who still need to socially distance

  • We are still required to wear masks in church unless medically exempt.

  • Our Wednesday services will remain as they are, ie socially distanced.


Visit our Contact us page if you have any questions, would like more information and to see a map of our location.

We are live streaming our 11am Sunday service. 



Sunday service.

We no longer need to book in advance for our Sunday services, so to avoid confusion we are no longer putting up a doodle poll for Sundays - just come along as you wish. You will need to give your name at the door, but if you are on the roll, this is the only detail you need to give. There is space in the church for those who still wish to socially distance, so, hopefully, everyone is able to come along as they are able.

Doodle poll for 11am service on Wednesday 27th October



(Please remember that doodle poll is voluntary. It simply saves you and us time at the door for taking down names.)


Would those who wish to book themselves in for live services but do not have internet access please contact Liz: lizlow2@yahoo.co.uk or tel (07769 684310).

DVDs and CDs of the services are available for anyone who has no internet access. Just let us know.

Sanitised pots of consecrated communion wafers are available in the church porch. Please let us know if you can’t get there

Weekly Zoom Prayer Meetings

Hosted by Jane Stevenson, every Friday, 9:30-10:00 

Meeting ID: 770 1151 9243

Passcode: V91rV2


We'd be delighted if you could join us.

MUSIC and POEM of the Week

Music of the week

Lux Aeterna by Edward Elgar


Sung by Voces8





Poem of the week: by Joshua Dyer (aged 14)


One Thousand Men are Walking


One thousand men are walking

Walking side by side

Singing songs from home

The spirit as their guide

they walk toward the light milord

they walk towards the sun

they smoke and laugh and smile together

no foes to outrun

these men live on forever

in the hearts of those they saved

a nation truly grateful

for the path of peace they paved

they march as friends and comrades

but they do not march for war

step closer to salvation

a tranquil steady corps

the meadows lit with golden beams

a beacon for the brave

the emerald grass untrampled

a reward for what they gave

they dream of those they left behind

and know they dream of them

forever in those poppy fields

there walks one thousand men.


(Thanks to Jane Barley for this.)


Choral Evensong

Visit Choral Evensong's livestreams and recorded webcasts of Evensong and Compline in Britain and Ireland at any time.

Hymn of the Day

Sing along to a new hymn every day on the Royal School of Church Music's YouTube channel.

Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC)

NOT ONLINE?  The Archbishop of Canterbury has set up a Freephone Daily Hope service of hymns, prayers and readings. It is available 24 hours a day on 0800 8048044 RADIO 4 LONG WAVE. Daily morning service Mon-Fri 9.45am.

Online Services for Children

Diocesan service from St. Mungos Balerno.  Join us for Mighty Mungo’s focused on families and primary age at 10am Sundays. Every week our team are producing high quality resources for our families to engage with as we seek to support our kids in this season. Our resources are here: https://stmungos.org/  Look down the page for Children and Youth and select Pre-school video resources or Primary video resources or Youth video resources

Provincial Children’s Chapel - You can join this week’s Children’s Chapel from 8am at: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/broadcast-sunday-worship/ scroll down to Children’s Chapel and choose either  Facebook or Youtube