Our Vision

St. Andrews is summed up best by its very own WWW:




From the moment you step through the door, you’ll find a warm welcome waiting for you. We are committed to being a family – a group of people who love and care for each other. We’re also the kind of family that is open for others to come into it. There are no entrance exams, no qualifications required, and we’re not concerned about your background – who you are, where you’ve been or what you’ve done.

You may never have had anything to do with a church, but are starting to feel that’s there’s more to life than the daily round, and want to explore;
You may have had some contact with a church in the past and feel it’s time to try it again;
You may already know and follow Jesus and are looking for a church family to belong to.

Will there be something for you at St Andrew’s? For sure! We have groups and activities for different ages and stages of life – explore this website to see what we offer.

Come as you are … whoever you are and wherever you’re at. You will be welcome!

This is the first and most important thing that we do. We would go so far as to say that we are created for that purpose – to worship God.

What is worship? It’s appreciating the true worth of something. St Andrew’s is full of people who are in a relationship with God, and want to show him how much we appreciate all that he is is and does.

You know what it’s like to be in love? You think of the other person all the time, you want to be with them, you want to do things for them, you want to tell them how much you care about them. God is like that for us, and that’s why we worship.

We get together to worship at various times each week – you can find out more on the Worship page. But we also worship God by the way we live our whole lives – everything we do at St Andrew’s flows from knowing and responding to the awe-inspiring worth of God.




Flower club Easter arrangement

When you get a piece of good news, what’s the first thing you want to do? Share it with someone else! At St Andrew’s we have the most amazing good news ever – we have discovered that God loves us and wants to be in a relationship with us.

We also know that God wants us to work with him – there are a lot of things wrong in the world that he wants put right.

What does a witness do in a court? They testify about what they have experienced to be true. As followers of Jesus, we witness to God’s ability to change our lives and our society. Here at St Andrew’s we’re involved in many different activities and projects that demonstrate God’s love for his world – in word and deed we are God’s witnesses.