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Welcome to St. Andrew's

Whoever you are you'll be made very welcome whenever you come to a Sunday service or any of the other church events.

Want to come to church? Here's a link to information you need about details of forthcoming church services.

What's on at St. Andrews ?

For the latest information about what's happening jump to our "Latest News" page, click here.

Holy Week and Easter at St. Andrew's.

Click the header above for news of all the services at this special season of the year.

The Summer Alpha course

The next Alpha Course at St. Andrew's begins again on Wednesday 24th April, 7:00pm in the Church Hall. The first evening is an introductory evening with Pizzas & Puds. Come along and see what it's all about. More information with this link.

We are a lively and welcoming Anglican Church which meets in Haughton-le-Skerne and serves a number of communities in North East Darlington, including Haughton village, Whinfield, Red Hall and Springfield.

We have a variety of Sunday services from traditional to "Messy Church" to suit different people and ages, and at various times of the day.

Alongside the church services our vision is to serve the local community through other means.

Social events take place from time to time.

As a church we are very much involved in servicing Baptisms and Weddings, and there is some useful information on planning your wedding in church here on this site.

There are a wide range of other events which take place during the week.

St.Andrew's Scouts & Guides are affiliated to the church and usually attend a number of "Parade Services" every year.

St.Andrew's Haughton works closely with St.Andrew's, Sadberge.

As a church we also seek to work alongside and maintain good relationships with the Haughton-Le-Skerne Residents association, for more information see their website, The Haughton Hub.

As a church St.Andrew's takes Safeguarding issues very seriously. See our "Safeguarding Policy".

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