Young at Heart
Whether you are busily retired, having trouble getting out of the house or somewhere in between, you are warmly invited to join our community.
Some of us have a long tradition of going to church and others are just dipping a toe in the water. Whether you want to grow and be encouraged in your faith, or are just looking for some friendly faces, you are welcome here. Have transport trouble or special needs? Give our office a call and we'll do our best to help.
In addition to our Sunday services, as we get back to a new normal, we will be starting to meet during the week for creative activities, sharing stories, prayer and lots of tea! Contact us for more information about any of the following:
Knit & Natter
Bring along your own project or join in a group creation. We can supply materials and expertise.
Wednesday 11am in the Chapel at St Andrew's. A (mostly) spoken word service with Communion, followed by tea, coffee and fellowship in the Coffee Shop. Come for the service, coffee or both.
Friday Club is a monthly get together at St Andrew's for villagers who find it hard to get out and about. If you don't have transport, we have a link-up with the Good Neighbour Scheme who can offer a lift. Guests arrive about 10am, check in and have a cuppa, followed by activities in various parts of the building, including gentle exercise, craft, card and board games such as dominoes, table tennis (or just watching!) plus plenty of time to chat. We have a home cooked or fish & chip type lunch followed by entertainment in the hall and go home about 2pm. Guests must be registered with Friday Club before they attend to ensure we can meet your needs. There is a contribution of £3 per head to pay on the door. Please phone the office to find out more 01753 642331.
Small groups that meet once a week in someone's home to build friendships, read the bible and pray together.
The Supper Club is for over 55's and gets together 5-6 times a year at St Andrew's to share a meal and have a chat. There is a small contribution to the food, cooked by a happy band of volunteers. If you or someone you know would like to come to the next supper, please let us know in the church office.
Need a visitor?
If you would like a visit from our Vicar, Natasha, to you or a loved one, you will find her contact details here.
Energy to spare?
We love to serve our community - from making tea at the toddler group to polishing the brass, giving someone a lift to church or mowing the churchyard. Explore our Get Involved page to see the full list.
Why not come along and visit us this week? Give the office a call and we will do all we can to help you find your feet.
Here are some other links to help you get to know the church...
Please Contact Us for more information.