The Reproaches (the Improperia) are a set of statements that Jesus says from the cross to his people. Dating from the Middle Ages, they were lost in the Reformation to churches in our tradition but have been reclaimed by both Anglicans and Presbyterians. They are a sombre call to reflect on how we live on […]
Together with our neighbours at St Peter’s Church, we have lots of ways for you to get involved and support Christian Aid Week 2017, including worship and reflection as well as scones, breakfast and even a bit of shopping. We hope to see you at one of our events.
Come and join us for Easter Worship this week.
Hope you can join us for our Church Fair on Saturday 19th November 2016 from 10am – 2pm. Plenty of stalls to tempt you, including our popular Tombola for which Barclays Bank match all money raised. Refreshments will be available.
Here at St Andrew’s we would like to find out more about our neighbours. Who they are, how they connect with our church and what we can do to develop our relationship with them. If you would like to help us to do this, please take a few moments to complete our survey by following […]
Thank you for your interest in the role of Director of Music and Organist at St Andrew’s United Reformed Church. Full details of the position and contact details are included in the attached document. Monkseaton URC – Director of Music and Organist
We are pleased to announce that our service on Sunday 26th April will be led by Matthew Prevett, who has applied to fill the current ministerial vacancy at St. Andrews. Matthew is a ministerial student at Westminster College, Cambridge, who, having already completed his initial ministerial training in 2012, is currently in the final stage […]
Holy Week, culminating in Easter Sunday, is the most important time of year in the Christian Church, as Christ’s death and resurrection are the basis of our faith. We have services and other worship in the lead-up to Holy Week and through the week itself. Please do try and join us when you can.