Sunday round up

This Sunday, as a result of recent changes to Federal Regulations, some of us will be able to worship in church at St Andrew’s. As we can only accommodate a small number of people, spaces are limited and most of us will continue worshiping from home for the time being.

If you are thinking of attending next Sunday’s service at St Andrew’s, do remember to book your place in advance, via the link at the top of the Prayer and Worship page, as we may be unable to admit people unless they have previously registered.

Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu

If you are worshiping at home today, you will be able to find Paul’s weekly podcast, along with a listing of other English language services, via the Sunday Worship link at the top of the Prayer and Worship page. In this Sunday’s Church of England video service, the Most Revd. Dr John Sentamu will be joined by representatives of charities he founded, marking his last day as Archbishop of York. There’s also a link to this week’s Faith at Home episode for Parents and Families, which focuses on the theme of Humility – featuring contributions from children and young people across the UK, Bible Reading Fellowship, the Chief Rabbi and a song by Matthew David Morris.


Don’t forget that we will still all come together later this morning for our virtual cuppa – Grab a cup of tea or coffee at 11:30 and join us for a chance to have a chat with others from St Andrew’s.
All are welcome and there is no agenda for this conversation.
To join the meeting, click here to email the Chaplain for the details.


Please don’t forget our Trinity Sunday Charity collection appeal!

Trinity Sunday is traditionally one of the Sundays where we match the collection from Church funds and donate the proceeds to charity. As not all of us will be in church today, we have agreed that any amounts donated via TWINT today or tomorrow, or in our bank account tomorrow will be matched from St Andrew’s funds and paid to our chosen charity, Partner sein.

For more information about Partner Sein and the Trinity Sunday appeal, click here.

Please refer to our Payments page for details on how to make payments to the Church.

Many thanks for all of your generosity.

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