Did Darwin Kill God? (Wed 8th July, 8pm)

You’re invited to an open meeting to consider some of the key questions arising out of Darwin’s thinking. The event will take place in St Andrew’s Hall on Wednesday, 8th July at 8pm. Must we choose between faith and evolution? Why is Darwin’s theory generally accepted by scientists? What about Adam and Eve and Genesis? What impact does the theory have on…

Of camels and Kings

Many St Andrew’s parishioners will remember Canon Graham Kings who was an Honorary Curate here between 1996 and 2000. One of the memorable highlights of that time was a camel ride from Oxford to Cambridge in aid of schools in Kenya. A recent YouTube posting (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYbC_MGt2Po) has a video reminder of that journey and more recent news of a Graham’s new book…

Cycle Ride in aid of Azul Wasi (Sunday 14th June)

A cycle ride in aid of Azul Wasi (the Blue House in Cusco, Peru) will take place on Sunday 14th June, leaving after church — around 11.30am. The route is about 25 miles, with an optional shorter route of 20 miles. If you would like to take part, please sign up on the list at the back of the church or contact…

Prayer from Scratch – a three week course

Who is this for? Anyone who would like to explore the subject of prayer Venue, dates and times: Room 3, St Andrew’s Hall, on Wednesdays (June 10, 17, 24) from 7.45 – 9.15pm Led by: Tricia Troughton and Eleanor Whalley Each week there will be some opportunity to share our experience, consider a particular aspect of prayer and spend some time together…

A meditation on the Passion

There will be a special service for Palm Sunday evening (5 April, 6.30pm) with readings from Christina Rossetti and G A Studdert Kennedy (‘Woodbine Willie’) as well as from the bible (including the Passion reading); music (sung by New Voices) will include Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Kenneth Leighton’s Solus ad Victimam and Heinrich Schutz’s Praise to thee, Lord Jesus.