Mission and Social Justice

Our mission priorities at St Andrew's are summarised by our '5 Ships'

  • Worship: Loving God through prayer and praise

  • Discipleship: Growing as God's family, developing as followers of Jesus

  • Fellowship: Welcoming radically, encouraging inclusion and embracing diversity

  • Kinship: Engaging deeply with the local and global community, seeking justice and establishing peace

  • Stewardship: caring for God's creation, and using our resources courageously

Mission Action Plan

You can read the latest version of our Mission Action Plan here

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Mission Partners

We give 15% of our income from stewardship and plate collections to local, national and international charity partners, whom we uphold in prayer, and whose work we are privileged to share

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Money Advice at St Andrew's

We hold confidential debt advice sessions on a Thursday morning at St Andrew’s Church Centre

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Telephone Link Carers

Our TLC team ring people, who are lonely or housebound to provide companionship and support

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BELIEF

BELIEF is an ecumenical Christian charity, based at St Andrew's, which offers events and short courses to explore Christian faith in our time

Find out more
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Fairtrade at St Andrew's

St Andrew's supports Faitrade. For farmers and workers, Fairtrade means workers’ rights, safer working conditions and fairer pay. For shoppers it means high quality, ethically produced products.


Our Fairtrade stall is open every Sunday in the church centre foyer between 10.30 and 11.30. We also offer a delivery service.

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Creation Care

St Andrew's Church is determined to pursue ecological values and reduce our carbon footprint.

 

We have signed up to the A Rocha Eco Church programme of self assessment and are currently working towards the bronze award.