Church Services

The Church of St Cuthbert in Carham parish, Northumberland. Services are held here about twice a month.

The Anglican Church of St Cuthbert is in the hamlet of Carham. For a little of its history, see Church, Chapels and a Graveyard.

St Cuthbert’s is part of Norham Deanery, in the Diocese of Newcastle. Services are shared with two other local churches – St Helen’s in Cornhill on Tweed, and St Paul’s in Branxton.

The normal pattern of services is:

1st Sunday of the month
St Paul’s Church, Branxton 9.30Holy Communion
St Helen’s Church, Cornhill11.00Morning Worship
2nd Sunday of the month
St Paul’s Church, Branxton 10.30Morning Worship
St Cuthbert’s Church, Carham11.00Morning Worship
3rd Sunday of the month
St Paul’s Church, Branxton 9.30Holy Communion
St Helen’s Church, Cornhill11.00Holy Communion
4th Sunday of the month
St Paul’s Church, Branxton 10.30Morning Worship
St Cuthbert’s Church, Carham11.00Morning Worship

A joint service – usually 11.00 am Morning Worship – is held on the 5th Sunday of the month at one of the three churches.

Services may not follow the above pattern at Easter, on Armistice Day and at Christmas.

  • Churches of other denominations can be found in nearby communities and in centres of population such as Coldstream, Kelso, Wooler and Berwick-upon-Tweed.