Worship at St. Andrew’s

Regular Worship Times:

9am Said Eucharist
10.30am Sung Eucharist

9.15am Communion
(Outdoors in the church garden)

Choral Evensong:
Usu. Tuesdays, once a month, at 19:00.
For details, see our Calendar of services

Photo: © Ruth Bailey

St Andrew’s is a welcoming and inclusive church which welcomes all people of all ages. As an Intergenerational Church we make provisions for our children, young people and families to help them in their worship and in the growth of their faith as well as into active members of our community.

Ascension Day – Thursday 18th May

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Holy Week Services at St Andrew’s

We are pleased to be able to welcome Bishop Trevor Willmott to Zurich during the Easter period. Bishop Trevor served as Bishop of Basingstoke (one of two suffragan bishops in the Diocese of Winchester) from…

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Young Children
In the church for all services there is a children’s corner provided at the front of the church. Here, parents and children can sit and share books, use the drawing and colouring equipment or play with the toys. Alternatively, these items can be taken back to be used at the pews.

Junior Church
During the school term times St Andrew’s has a Junior Church on most Sundays.
Here we welcome children from 3 years upwards to join us in the community centre during the service for bible reading, prayer, games, art activities and stories which bring faith and the bible alive for young children. All children are welcome, and parents can stay with them if they wish.
For more information email jc@standrewszurich.church

Intergenerational Services
These are held once a month during term times, usually on the second Sunday of each month. The aim is to bring all generations together in worship, with all ages contributing to the leadership and involved in the service – reading lessons, poems or prayers; supporting the sermon; playing in the band; or handing out books and collecting the collections. These services cover a broad range of themes, including the environment, refugees, identity and Mothering Sunday. It uses a variation of the liturgy, but always includes Communion.

If you would like further information, or want to volunteer your skills, please contact us.

We look forward to welcoming you to our church and community soon!