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  • All services and church activities cancelled
  • Majority of activities using church premesis suspended (check with organiser)

Full details here: Covid-19 Update

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Minister's Reflection and Daily Devotions

During this period when St. Andrew's isn't having any services or other activities, we are featuring Minister's Reflections from our Transistional Minister, Revd Dr Carla Grosch-Miller along with the URC's Daily Devotions. You can find links to these below. If you need spiritual support during this difficult time, please contact your Elder or Pastoral visitor, or if you are not a member of St. Andrew's, please do reach out to us through the Contact Us page available via the menu.

URC Daily Devotion  31st March 2020

Tuesday 31st March2nd Station Jesus Takes Up His Cross  “Embrace” Sieger Koeder St John John 19: 17 Carrying the cross by himself, Jesus went out to what is called The Place of the Skull, which in Hebrew is called Golgotha. Reflection “… by himself…” The phrase may seem incidental; but place it alongside our accumulated […]

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URC Daily Devotion 30th March 2020

Monday 30th March1st Station Jesus is condemned by Pilate Surrender Sieger Koeder St Matthew 26: 57. 27: 24 Those who had arrested Jesus took him to Caiaphas the high priest, in whose house the scribes and the elders had gathered….So when Pilate saw that he could do nothing, but rather that a riot was beginning, […]

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Stations of the Cross

Dear <<First Name>> As Lent enters its last stages we move, in our Daily Devotions, to the Stations of the Cross.  These devotions have fascinated artists for over 400 years as they trace the journey Jesus took from Pilate’s court to Golgotha.  The accounts in the Gospels are supplemented with pious legend and so we reflect on […]

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Our 2020 Hopes
…to have a visible worshipping presence within the local community
…to have more families and children engaged in the worshipping life of the church.
…to connect with and include those currently disconnected with the church in its life and worship.
…to be known as a community hub of spiritual learning, worship and reflection and as a safe, sacred space.
…to provide the worshipping, pastoral and fellowship needs of the longstanding membership
…to operate a sustainable break even budget.