St Oswald, King and Martyr


An imposing and welcoming town centre church - the Cathedral of the Borders. It dates from the eleventh century, and is dedicated to St Oswald, killed in battle near here in 642 AD. It has interesting stained glass, a unique seventeeth century painted tryptich and a ring of eight bells. A fine choir supports the worship. Visitors are always welcome. 

South end of Church Street. Open 09.00 - 17.00 daily.

Come and experience a wonderful high renaissance choral evensong on Sunday, 6.30pm at St Oswald's. Full choir of children and adults with organ and instruments.

Introit: Regina Caeli - Suriano
Anerio - Magnificat Octavi Toni
Palestrina – Nunc Dimittis a 8
Responses: Reading
Alleluia, Haec Dies - Donati

St Oswald's website