17 July 2019 – Bible Challenge Progress

Why Wednesdays, Why Not? We’re taking the Bible Challenge Read the Bible in One Year (but we are reading at a more leisurely pace than that). The reading pattern is usually: * three chapters from the Old Testament * a Psalm * one chapter from the New Testament This is followed by brief discussion, commentary and a prayer. A summary … Read More

12 May 2018 – Cancelled, Discover Your Dead Day

Please accept our apologies, we have had to cancel the Discover Your Dead Day in May this year. This is because of a clash with Christian Aid Week, and personal commitments. Also, we cannot schedule it for later in May because of the Royal Wedding, and more personal commitments. If you have any questions related to burials and graves, please … Read More

2018 St Andrews on TV

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Catch St Andrew’s on ITVs Invitation to a Royal Wedding as we host children from a local primary school as they imagine what it will be like to be at the wedding. See how many St Andrew’s people you can spot!

10 Mar 2018 Discover Your Dead Day

Saturday 10 March 2018 from 10:00 to 12:00 St Andrews Church will be open for ‘Discover Your Dead Day’ which will be an opportunity for genealogists, historians and interested members of the public to visit the Churchyard, inspect the registers which we have, and ask questions about the graves in the Churchyard. This day may be of interest to those … Read More

Back to School Sunday 2017

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At the 10.30 service on 3rd September, around 20 children and a number of adults had their backpacks, work bags or lunchboxes blessed by Rev. Rosie. Everyone who had their bag blessed got a St Andrews keyring. We also welcomed a new member of the church family, Archie, who was baptised today.

Discover Your Dead Day – 09 September 2017

Saturday 09 September 2017 from 10:00 to 12:00 St Andrews Church will be open for ‘Discover Your Dead Day’ which will be an opportunity for genealogists, historians and interested members of the public to visit the Churchyard, inspect the registers which we have, and ask questions about the graves in the Churchyard. This day may be of interest to those … Read More