- a roundup of news from St.Andrew's

New to St. Andrew's? Not to worry all our services are "user friendly"; you'll find a warm welcome, a variety of styles and plenty of folks to help you.


Life in the Spirit: FELLOWSHIP
  Hebrews 10:23-25, Mark 3:31-35

10.30am. Fifth Sunday Joint Service
  followed by lunch in the Church hall
  Lead/Preach: Pauline Young/Mark East

Please note: There is only one Sunday morning service at 10:00am during the August holiday month

Monday 21st - Wednesday 23rd August

Holiday at home is a three day time of fun and cheer in the middle of the August holiday period.

Mainly for men and women of mature years, but essentially for those still young at heart who would like to join others for some enjoyable activities and good company.

Collect an application form from church or the church office.

St. Andrew's Food Bank exists to provide food for people in need. If you find you cannot provide food for your family, whatever the reason, the Food Bank can help to tide you over until you're on your feet again.

The Food Bank is normally open every week. Call at St Andrew's Church Hall off Haughton Greeen, on a Thursday afternoon, 1:30 to 2:30pm.

STOP PRESS: At the moment we've had so much demand on our services that we're looking for more donors. If you can make a contribution please drop off your contributions at the church office any weekday morning. Thank you to all our contributers.

For more information see our Food Bank Page.

In addition to the normal range of services St. Andrew's will be open for heritage visits, prayer and reflection at the following times:

March, April, October, November - Wednesday 10.15am – 3.15pm

May to September - Wednesday 10.15am – 4.15pm

Stewards will be present to assist you, as necessary. Leaflets detailing the heritage of the church are available. The Boathouse Cafe is also open in the Church Hall on a Wednesday morning and is well worth a visit.