Welcome to our Worship for Sunday 1 November
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
Families: please visit our special page for today which includes a special drama by members of our church family: Saul’s conversion on the road to Damascus. There are also activities and ideas for family worship. Click here
Today for our main on-line worship we present a “live” recording of the service in church last Sunday, 25 October, led by Julie. The reading is from Matthew Chapter 24, verses 30-35. It was Bible Sunday and in her sermon Chris reminds us that the Bible is God’s love gift for every one of us, and God’s Word changes lives.
The songs /hymns are: “Come on and Celebrate”, “In Christ Alone” , “The Servant King (From Heaven You Came)” and “In Christ Alone”. You’ll find the words on the screen.
Click the video box below to view the service.
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 there are limited numbers, according to Government regulations, we ask you to register your wish to attend a service by emailing Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name(s) and telephone number; you will receive a phone call in the week prior to the Sunday to invite you that service. There is no pressure to return to the church building (we will be continuing “on line” worship resources alongside “on site” services) but if you choose to, please make your own risk assessment based on your situation. Please be assured we are strictly adhering to Government and Church of England guidance including social distancing, wearing of face masks, no singing or refreshments.
The family Poppy Quest at St Andrew’s
From 1st -15th November there will be a display of eleven poppies in the windows of St Andrew’s Church building which will be visible from the outside. You’re encouraged to go on a poppy hunt, and to reflect on the meaning of Remembrance, while trying to solve the anagram of letters seen next to each poppy. There’s a poem here to help you!Small groups of family members, friends, school children, scouts or guides groups are very welcome – please remember to maintain a social distance of 2m from other groups. Please be aware that Andy’s Café may be open, and that there is CCTV on the building.
Due to the current restrctions there will be no large gathering outside or parade this year in Goldsworth Park. However we will have a Remembrance Service inside the church at 10am which will be streamed LIVE here on Worship this Week. It will include the Last Post and two minutes silence at 11am.
Sunday Zoom Coffee chat
We’re meeting again this week via Zoom. The link is in this week’s news email. Please join us and say “hello”.
Prayer in the Morning
Every Wednesday from 9.15am-9.45am via Zoom. The link is in this week’s news email.
St Andrew’s Eco facebook group
The group has many tips about living more sustainably and looking after God’s creation. Take a look and share your good ideas too: www.facebook.com/groups/2426737737630739
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): email@example.com
Tearfund Big Quiz Night: Saturday 14 November
Save the date! The Big Quiz is going on-line via Zoom. For full details see the COMING UP page on our main web site: www.standrewsgwp.org/coming-up
To register your team use the link https://forms.gle/VcCpYjJgkRwzNpd57
Donate here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/andysgwp
Or to find out more contact Patrick: firstname.lastname@example.org