St Andrew’s is a thriving, open and welcoming church community for all ages. Together we worship God, share God’s good news, grow in faith, and endeavour to live and work in accordance with God’s will.

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Verse for the week

The next day he saw Jesus coming towards him and declared, "Here is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!"
John 1.29

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Being Christian: a short course

“Being Christian” – a short course in Christian essentials. If you are thinking about being baptised or confirmed, or would like to explore what it means to be a Christian in a small and informal setting, please talk to Bridget or Nick about coming along. We will be starting in the New Year, and thinking…

Youth Group BESOM project

A team of 13 from our youth group spent the afternoon clearing a garden for a family in East Chesterton a few weeks ago. We had a great time together, working hard to clear the space from debris, weeds, a falling down shed and other items that were preventing the young children from being able…

Shoebox Gifts for Operation Christmas Child

We will be collecting completed shoebox gifts for the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child appeal on Sunday 6 November at the All Age morning service and Sunday 13 November at Junior church. Leaflets on ‘How to Pack Your Shoebox Gift’ are available from St Andrew’s Church and St Andrew’s Hall, or look online at www.samaritans-purse.org.uk/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child

Saying Goodbye services

Saying Goodbye services are the first national set of remembrance services for people who have suffered the loss of a baby, whether that be recently or decades ago. They provide a time and place to acknowledge and remember your baby, whilst collectively ‘saying goodbye’. There will be Saying Goodbye services at Ely Cathedral on Sunday 13…

The Remembering Season

The Remembering Season Our annual All Soulstide Time to Remember service will be on Sunday 6 November, at 4pm; on the evening of Remembrance Sunday (13 November) the Eucharist will include New Voices singing the setting of the Requiem by Maurice Duruflé.  

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