Welcome to our Worship for Sunday 27 September
A special welcome if you are joining us for the first time. We’d love to welcome you properly, so please click here to send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our main online worship today is a recording of the service in church last Sunday. The reading is 1 Peter 3:8-16, and Janice preaches that we should live as a “people of one mind”, as it’s what God calls us to do. Click the video box below.
We also have a service for children and families: Click here to open the page.
If this is your first time worshipping with us we’d love to welcome you properly and keep in touch. Please click here to send us an email: email@example.com
Open for Sunday worship
St Andrew’s is open for a short service of Holy Communion each Sunday at 10am. As you are probably aware, there are limited numbers, according to Government regulations, and, sadly, no singing. If you are among the group of people most vulnerable to Covid-19, Government and Church of England suggestion is that you avoid gathering in church for now.
We’re pleased to announce that Andy’s Community Cafe will be re-opening next week! For the time being it will be on Wednesdays and Thursdays (10am-2.30pm term time only as usual), so our first day back will be Wednesday 30th September. Masks will be compulsory, other than when seated. A slightly reduced menu will be in operation for now but all our sandwiches, soup, cakes, tea, coffee and soft drinks will all still be available and just as yummy as they ever were! Please come and support us if you can – we can’t wait to serve you again. Mary, Amanda & Ayman
This year the food donations given at Harvest will be used by Andy’s Café. They need:
– pecan nuts and walnuts
– chocolate (for baking)
– flour (plain, self raising, wholemeal, gluten free)
– caster sugar and icing sugar
– Dried apricots, cranberries, coconut and oats.
Please bring any of these items (if you are coming to the service) to St Andrew’s Church on Sunday 27th September, or Sunday 4th October at 10am.
If you are not able to come in person, or would prefer to give online, we are supporting Woking Food Bank. Please go to their website for details on how you can donate: woking.foodbank.org.uk
MAF Collection pots
Please bring back any of the green collection pots for the Medivac Bags if you are coming to the service on Sunday 27th September or 4th October.
Annual Church Meeting
Our Annual meeting will now be held at 11am on Sunday 18th October. Please consider standing for elections as Deanery Synod Representatives or PCC members, even if you have never done anything like that before. If you’d like to know more about what it involves please give Rob Rattee a call on 07767 647107 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the same email address to access nomination forms for the posts.
Are You On It?
The Electoral Roll will be closing on 3rd October so if you are still wanting to join then please get in touch soon. If you are 16 years old or over, have been baptised and have been a regular worshipper at St Andrews for at least six months, you are entitled to be on the Electoral Roll, and therefore be involved in every aspect of Church life, including its doctrine and services. To find out more contact Brian, our Electoral Roll Officer: email@example.com.
We are meeting again on Sundays via Zoom on Sundays at 11.45am. See the weekly email for the link.
Fusion youth groups
The Sunday Fusion Bible Group is via Zoom at 11.10am. See the weekly email for details.
St Andrew’s weekly news email
If you’d like to be added to the distribution list for the weekly church email, send an email to Helen in the church office (but working from home): firstname.lastname@example.org