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 Saturday 10am-4pm, and Sundays 2.30pm-5pm.

On Sunday 16 May, we have three services: 8am Holy Communion (BCP, in church and livestream); 10am All-Age Service with a focus on Christian Aid Week, (livestream only); 5:30pm Holy Communion (in church only). You do not need to reserve a seat for services in church.

If you would like to make a donation to St Andrew’s please use the button below, or read about out how to donate regularly.


Online Services & Events

The Sunday morning services are held in church (C), live streamed on YouTube (L) or held on Zoom (Z); other events on Meet (M).

You do not need to reserve a seat for any services in church.

Sunday 16 May

8am Holy Communion (BCP; C, L)
Follow along with the 8am Holy Communion in your own Book of Common Prayer, or find the order of service to view or print.

10am All-Age service with a focus on Christian Aid Week (L)

5:30pm Holy Communion (C).

Monday to Friday
8.30am Morning Prayer (M)

4.30pm; 10, 24 May Wholeness and Healing Prayer Group (M)

10.30am; No Bible Study Group this week (Z: email for link)
8.00pm No Home group this week (Z: email for link)

Recent sermons

Latest news

Christian Aid Week, 10-16 May

As a church and community we joyfully express our determination to change the world for the better with our global neighbours. The pandemic meant that door-to-door collections had to stop. However last year your generous online donations raised more than £1200, equalling our street collection totals of recent years! Nearly £4 million was raised nationally,…

Electoral Roll

The Electoral Roll, April 2021, is available here and at the back of church to view for 14 days.

Help shape our worship

As lockdown measures continue to ease, we’re thinking ahead about our pattern of worship services – and we would love your feedback. What of our services of worship of the past year have you found most – or least – helpful? What do you think we should be focusing on going forwards in terms of…

Chesterton Chimes: May Edition

Download your copy of the Chesterton Chimes here – full of news and messages from our church community, as well as details of services and events through May.

Public Notice: proposal for churchyard information board

The PCC are proposing to erect a lectern-style 600x400mm information board in the churchyard with notes about the history and ecology of the churchyard. A file of plans and details for this project can be inspected in the church. If you wish to object to the proposal you should send a letter or email stating the grounds of…

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