Services this Week

In order to keep the most vulnerable members of our congregation safe and able to attend, we are continuing to ask people to wear face coverings in church and we will keep a reasonable amount of social distancing still. We are now able to sing (behind masks!). More details of our arrangements can be found here. 

 

 

We are also continuing to produce online services for those who don’t feel able to come along yet.  You can find these on our YouTube Channel by clicking here.

Spirit Filled Worship – Spiritual Gifts for Worship

1 Corinthians 12:1-11

 

Thursday 21st October

11am Midweek Thursday Service at St Andrew’s

Our quieter, more reflective midweek service which has a blend of traditional hymns and more modern songs with Holy Communion most weeks. 

Messy Church – 3:45pm (for a 4pm start) -5pm

Our very special Messy Church for families of primary children. We have a welcome, a Bible story, crafts, a creative prayer time and lots of fun (when we are not in COVID times we also have singing and a baked potato tea – but that will have to wait a little longer). Our current Messy Church will involve families sitting around in socially distanced tables provided with their own craft activity pack. But it will still be just as much fun so come and join us!

Spaces are limited, so you will need to book your place by emailing Helen at helen@standrewsandallsaints.org.

You can find our more details and see a video of our Messy Church here.

 

Sunday 24th October 

 9am-9:30am Early Bird Service at St Andrew’s on 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month –  Early Birds is not on this week

A special 30 minute service aimed at children under 7 and their families. We have a story, a craft, some singing with actions and creative prayers. Click here to find out more about our Early Birds 

Service or contact helen@standrewsandallsaints.org for more details.

 

10am – 11am at All Saints (live-streamed)

Our All Saints Sunday service with a blend of traditional hymns, contemporary songs, liturgy, sermon, prayers and Holy Communion.

We have provision for children and youth to at this service and there is a special toddler corner for little ones who are very welcome to come and bring their parents with them!

This service will be live-streamed on our youtube channel here

10:30am -11:45am at St Andrew’s 

An in-person contemporary service with contemporary worship, a talk, prayers and response time. There will be two children’s (0-10) and a younger youth (11-14) group at this service.

The 10:30am service is recorded now, and is available to watch early on the Sunday afternoon on our YouTube channel here

6pm – 7:15pm The Six at St Andrew’s (Coffee from 5:45pm)

A smaller and more informal, interactive contemporary service of worship, a talk and ministry time. Alongside this service the older youth group (14-18) will meet in the church hall.

 

 

Our Online Services

We have two online services available each week on our YouTube Channel:

A recording of the St Andrew’s Sunday morning contemporary Service, available early Sunday afternoon. You can find that here.

The live-stream of our 10am All Saints service (which you can watch anytime afterwards too). You can find this here.

 

Our Other Services

Messy Church – 3:45pm (for a 4pm start) -5pm 3rd Thursday of each month at All Saints 

Our very special Messy Church for families of primary children. We have a welcome, a Bible story, crafts, a creative prayer time and lots of fun (when we are not in COVID times we also have singing and a baked potato tea – but that will have to wait a little longer). Our current Messy Church will involve families sitting around in socially distanced tables provided with their own craft activity pack. But it will still be just as much fun so come and join us!

Spaces are limited, so you will need to book your place by emailing Helen at helen@standrewsandallsaints.org.

You can find our more details and see a video of our Messy Church here.

 

The Waiting Room – 7-8pm 3rd Wednesdays of the month at All Saints

An hour of quietness and stillness to dwell in the presence of God. More details here