Weekly Worship and Prayer at St Andrew's
Covid-19 precautions: Please remember to bring a face covering when attending services. We have kept some measures in place to play our part in reducing infections and to enable you to feel safe when we worship together.
Sunday 10:00 am
(Our main weekly service)
The First Sunday of Each Month:
All Age Service.
A relaxed, interactive service, which is also accessible via Zoom (contact office for codes). As people from all generations, we explore faith and life together and learn from God and each other. The worship band usually leads the music for this service.
All Other Sundays:
A sung service of Holy Communion with singing led by the organ and our choir
This service is also livestreamed on our YouTube channel
Other Sunday Services
8:00 am each week
A said service of Holy communion.
6:00 pm, the First Sunday of Each Month
A sung service of evensong from the Book of Common Prayer
6:00 pm, all other Sundays
A said service of Evening Prayer from Common Worship
Every other month our evening service
is 'Sacred Space,' a reflective service
with music from our worship band.
Weekday Services and Prayer
10:30 am Mid-Week Communion
A said service of Holy Communion.
(Except 1st Friday of each month)
12 noon Ecumenical Meditation Group
This group meets in the Quiet Room. It is run in accordance with the World Council of Christian Meditation (WCCM) and each session lasts for 30 minutes beginning with a short introduction followed by a 20 minute period of silent mediation.
A quiet contemplative service of Night Prayer
Monday to Saturday - Daily Prayer:
8:30 am Morning Prayer
5:00 pm Evening Prayer
Join us for Morning Prayer in the chapel (and Zoom) and/or Evening Prayer (Zoom only) each weekday. Email the office for the Zoom link.
You may like to download the Daily Prayer App from the Church of England, or access the words of the services on the Church of England website: here.
Private Prayer and Contemplation
St Andrew’s is open every day for private prayer and contemplation.
You are welcome to come in and sit in silence in the main body of the Church, in the Chapel or the Quiet Room.
In the Chapel you will find a prayer board where you can write a card requesting prayers for an individual or situation on your heart. We’ll use these prayers at our Evening Prayer services in the week and keep the card on the board for a month.
There is also a candle stand in the chapel and you are welcome to light a candle to represent any prayer you would like to make, silently or our loud. These votive candles represent our desire to bring our concerns to God.