Church services at St Andrew’s are structured though relaxed, with a high priority given to prayer and relevant teaching from the Bible and a mix of the best of old and new music. They attract many different people from many different backgrounds. We invite you to join us.


However, in light of the latest government and Church of England advice, all worship services are either being held on Zoom or must be booked in advance and face-to-face church groups have been suspended until further notice.

You can find details of the current week's services on this page along with other ways to pray and worship if you are unable to come to church.


Our usual pattern of services

Sunday Morning 8 am

Holy Communion (BCP)

A quiet, meditative service held every Sunday in the Old Church.

Sunday Morning 10 am

Morning Worship 1st and 3rd Sundays

Holy Communion (Common Worship) 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays

Worship for everyone begins in the New Church. Part-way through the service, children and young people (ages 3-16) go to their own activity groups. There are activity bags and colouring sheets for younger children. (For occasional All-Age Worship – usually at major festivals - everyone stays together in church.)

Sunday evening 6.30 pm

Informal Evening Worship 

Contemporary worship music, usually led by a small band, lively Bible-based teaching, time for prayer and time to listen to God on the first Sunday of the month in the New Church.


Morning Prayer 9.00 am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in term time

- Half an hour of prayer and readings using Common Worship, open to all, in the New Church.

The Senior Service 3rd Wednesday at 2.30 pm in the New Church 

A short informal service, geared towards those who are retired, but all are welcome.

Midweek Communion 10.00 am on Thursday

- A quiet reflective service in the Old Church.



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