Thursday 13th February 2020
9.30am Holy Communion
Sunday 16th February 2020
9.00am Holy Communion
11.00am All Age
9.15am Holy Communion
4.00pm Thanksgiving service
No Service this week
If you have concerns about a child, young person or an adult who may have been harmed or be at risk of harm, please contact the both the Parish Coordinator, Jacqui McAughey on 078522362 or the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers for advice and support: Rachael Spiers 0116 2615341 or Peter Holloway 0116 261524.
Who are we?
We are the Anglican parish church here in
But St Andrew’s is much more than a church building – we are a community of people who want to celebrate God’s love revealed to us in his Son Jesus Christ and who want to grow in and be transformed by that love. We care deeply about God, about each other and the community to which we belong.
St Andrews Church is a dynamic church that meets you right where you are. We are committed to a compelling and challenging presentation of God’s truth. Here you will find information about services and times, directions, what’s happening for children and young people and more.
Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a dedicated follower of Christ,
you are welcome here.
For ALL CARERS and
those who have been bereaved Pampering, Times of Relaxation, Games and Delicious Refreshments
We are here for you in The Bridge
(next to The Rainbow Shop)
Every 1st Wednesday of the month from 2pm—3.30pm
Meet with others for a drink and chat
Come along and join us—no need to book.
THE BRIDGE GARDEN
The St Andrew’s Church Prayer
God of Mission, you alone bring growth to your church.
Send your Holy Spirit to help us be a people who love you and each other.
Who worship together, pray together, learn together, serve together, cry together,play together and laugh together.
Set us on fire with the gospel of your son, Jesus Christ,and give us a desire to share his story with everyone.
May we be seed-throwers and fire-starters, hope-bringers and grace-givers.
Send us out to seek the lost, empower the poor, strengthen the weak and embrace the outcast.
And may we see Countesthorpe changed by the love you have given us to share.