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.

Our church building is currently open for private prayer at the following times: Monday to Friday 9.15am-5pm, Saturdays 10am-4pm, Sundays 2.30pm-5pm.

Please note that due to recent government announcements, we will be able to hold public Sunday services in church from Sunday 6 December.

This Sunday (6 December) we have three services: Join our live stream for 8am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer, also in church – no need to book); our live streamed 10am All-Age Communion service (also in church – reserve your seat here); and our 5.30pm Informal Worship (live streamed).

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Online Services & Events

The Sunday morning services are live streamed on YouTube (L); other events use Zoom (Z) or Meet (M).

Sunday 6 December – 2nd Sunday of Advent
8.00am Holy Communion (BCP; C&L)
10.00am All-Age Communion (C&L; reserve your seat here)
10.45am ‘Coffee’ (M)
5.30pm Informal Worship (L)

You can follow the 8am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) in your own prayer book or download a version to print or view on your screen.

For the 10am All-Age Communion the words you need for joining in will appear on the screen but the full order of service (including readings) can be downloaded to print or view on your screen.

The order of service for the 5.30pm Evening Service can be downloaded to view on your screen.

Monday to Friday
8.30am Morning Prayer (M)

10.30am Bible Study Group (fortnightly, Z: email for link)
8.00pm Home group (Z: email for link)

10.30am Poetry Reading Group (fortnightly, Z: email for link)
6.00pm Zoom Prayer (#PrayerfortheNation) – not 3 December

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