About Berwick Parish Church

We are the parish church of Berwick- upon-Tweed, dedicated to the Holy Trinity and St Mary. The building is a rare example of a parish church built during Oliver Cromwell’s Commonwealth. Consequently it has no tower, spire or bells and has a lively story to tell in this borderland between England and Scotland.

Welcome to the most northerly church in England!

Berwick Parish Church is an active, living Church which is open to all, welcomes all and has its ministry rooted in serving the local community and the many visitors who come to explore this very special part of the world. 

We are pleased to be able to say that we are now able to celebrate our Parish Eucharist on Sundays and Thursdays in church at 10.00am as well as online. There is also a service of Holy Communion in church on Sundays at 8.30am. The 8.30am service on Sundays and the 10.00am service on Thursdays follow the Book of Common Prayer. 

The church is also open for private prayer on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 12 noon and 3.00pm.

Clergy Team

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Dennis Handley

Vicar
Tracey and Diesel B and W

Tracey Usher

Curate
Tom Sample B and W

Tom Sample

Curate

Other contacts

Our churchwardens are:

Gwynneth Guthrie – 01289 308580

Ann Mawer – 01289 763096

Paul Marshall – 01289 306564

Pamela Wright – 07798 820051

Our PCC Secretary is: Jane Hall

Our PCC Treasurer is: Ian Guthrie

The Parish Church Trust Secretary is: Flora Moxon

Organist: Robert Gower – 01890 870282