From 3rd February - a new on-line course of discovery - 

- looking at God’s BIG story and His great plan for the world and for you!

What do you feel about the Bible? Big, complex, old … just some of the words people use to describe the Bible. Sound familiar? That’s where The Bible Course comes in. The course will increase your confidence, equip you to read the Bible better and help you to see its relevance to daily life. The course provides a birds-eye view of the world’s best selling book. Over eight interactive sessions, it combines video teaching, group discussion, personal reflection and daily readings.

Key features:

  • The Bible Course helps you see how the books of the Bible are part of one big story
  • Using a unique storyline, The Bible Course will show you how key events, books and characters fit together
  • Video teaching, written guides, diagrams and readings will help you grow in confidence as you read the Bible for yourself
  • Acts as a great follow-on resource for those who have done introductory courses like Alpha and Christianity Explored


We regret to announce that we have temporally suspended the 10:00am live Sunday morning service in church up to and including Sunday 8th. March.  The situation will be reviewed again in a few weeks.

  • Please check back again to see when we can resume the services.
  • Please note the on-line booking system is  also suspended.
  • We continue to offer some on-line services, please see below for information.
  • For the latest news about how the virus situation is affecting church life visit the virus update page.

Services in church are different now as we follow Government guidelines.

  • There is a booking system in place at a service to reserve a place.
  • Singing is not allowed but music may be played.
  • Communion can be served without wine and administered to people where they sit in the pews. 
  • All leaders, volunteers and members of the congregation are required to wear face coverings apart from when consuming the communion bread or wafer.
  • It is not permitted to socialize either in the church or outside before or after the service.
  • There will not be refreshments served after the service.

Service Booking suspended! Please use this link to to book a place on-line, or phone 01325 468142 or e-mail the parish office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For those who do not want to or cannot come to a live church service please read on

Christians Against Poverty at St. Andrew's

In conjunction with CAP nationwide we run a local CAP debit service agency. CAP is a debt counselling charity devoted to help people out of debt and learn to organise their finances for the future.It does not pay off debts but helps people to find ways of getting rid of their debt burden and helps negotiate ways out of debt. 

This service is free and open to all irrespective of race or belief and is devoted to helping people to cope with debt. Entirely non-judgmental we aim to help people work their way out of debt in association with CAP national.

If you are in debt and need help contact our local Rep Rachel who will begin the process of getting you out of debt.

For more information about CAP visit the  Christians against Poverty website,

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

During the Coronavirus epidemic we are keeping the Food Bank open, but with a strict procedure to maximize Social Distancing. When the weather is fine enough the distribution will  take place outdoors. Please follow the guidance of our helpers for everyone's health.

We can accept food donations between 12-30 and 2-30 each Thursday.

We are always looking for more donors to replenish our supplies! Will you help?

In recent weeks we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of families seeking help to over 25. Please add a couple of tins to your shopping this week -soup, beans, tomatoes, fish, meat, fruit and vegatables are all needed. Can you arrange a collection at your place of work?

If you can help us please drop off your contributions at the church office.

For more information see our Food Bank Page.

St.Andrew's during the Covid-19 pandemic

This page gives up-to-date information about our church's response to the present coronavirus pandemic


We are currently working out what is possible for us as a church as we get used to the "new normal".

What is on:-

  • The church office is open in the morning, but with social distancing in operation. Peferably email or phone the office rather than visit.
  • We are streaming a Worship service via our Facebook and YouTube pages on Sundays at 10.00am. See the Current Sunday Worship news page for more information.
  • We are holding simple services of daily Evening Prayers, led by church members, at 7pm which are live via our Facebook page and available a little later on YouTube.
  • The Thursday Food Bank continues but with a new procedure for distribution to help maintain social distancing.
  • The CAP (Christians against Poverty) is in operation.
  • We have a WhatsApp self help group in operation, see below.
  • We have a telephone help group. Phone 07510 444487, see below.
  • We are proactively seeking to support vulnerable people who are not into social media, see below.