Who we are
The congregation comes from all East Berwickshire and we have members from Coldingham, St. Abbs, Foulden and Berwick-upon-Tweed.We are part of Diocese of Edinburgh within the Scottish Episcopal Church, ordering our life according to its rules, using its liturgies and accountable to the Bishop of Edinburgh , the Rt. Rev. John Armes.
How we work
St. Ebba’s operates on the basis of the ministry of all the baptised with every member sharing in its work and mission. Its ministry is overseen by the elected Vestry which has appointed co-ordinators for the areas of worship, pastoral care and hospitality. Sunday worship is led by ordained retired priests and two licensed Worship Leaders. Canon Jeffry Smith (St. Mary’s & All Souls, Coldstream) serves as Interim Rector and supports the Vestry and congregation in their mission.
Where we are – Please see News & Diary Page
The church building is located on the hillside above the town beach at Fort View, off Paxton Terrace. Car parking is provided outside the front door overlooking the bay but it only takes 5 minutes to walk there from the beach car park.
From January 2nd 2018 all services will be held in Coldingham Priory, Coldingham (by kind permission of the Minister and Kirk session) during building work. We will join their 9.45 am Morning Worship, with a Communion service at 11.15 am on the 4th Sunday of each month.
For details see www.coldinghamparish.co.uk or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coldingham_Priory
To find out about the history of St Ebba and the Episcopal Church in Eyemouth, together with details of the interior of the church, please go to the History page
For the latest on the Building Project, go to the News page
As a consequence of the start of the Building Project, St. Ebba’s has 17 pews for sale, 8 of solid oak. These will be available at a cost of £100 each. Please apply to Frankie Taylor asap