Keystone Project Women's Outreach Worker 16 hrs per week, £8,200 per annum Keystone are looking for someone to lead and develop the women's outreach ministry aspect of the work of Keystone. This is a wonderfully [...]
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Following on from the last all age service led by the marvellous 8-10 year old FLAME group, two of the group continued to think about the parable of the Good Samaritan and created this powerful [...]
During the St Andrew’s Church Carol Service this year we are going to have another children's choir and would absolutely love lots of young people to be involved. We are looking to gather together a [...]
An amazing time was had celebrating LIGHT in the Walronds on the 31st October. 36 children and leaders had loads of fun playing games, creating amazing craft masterpieces and beautiful pumpkins and spending time [...]
St Andrew’s Church were delighted to welcome over four hundred children and adults into church to celebrate the school’s harvest festival. The children read and sung beautifully and the foundation stage children made this wonderful [...]
For over five years St Andrew's Church has been both my spiritual home and my work and a place where I have had the opportunity to heal, to be challenged, loved, supported and encouraged [...]
St Andrew's is an amazing church to be part of and we are so thankful for all that God gives to us. However, as the church grows both in vision and numbers, so our finances [...]
Recently we were in the privileged position to be able to produce a new video about our church, showing various areas of church life and explaining some of the many groups that we run. You [...]
Dear KidZoners and Summer Monday children, We loved seeing you all in the summer and had so much fun at our summer Mondays. There’s no KidZone this term :( but instead we are going to [...]
We have received the latest update from Thika from Tearfund with news of the great progress being made in adapting Umoja to different and changing contexts. We hope you will be encouraged as you read [...]