St Andrews Events
This information reflects what is happening around St Andrews
This Sunday we will be ‘test running’ our improved live streaming facilities and we will be streaming our service at 10:45am live from St Andrews. Front this point onwards, we are hoping to be able to broadcast our service each week from St Andrews church for those who are unable to attend but would still like to take part. All videos will be available to watch at any time after the service too. We will be using YouTube from here…
On Sat., 22nd May, Africa’s largest, most active and most dangerous volcano (Mt. Nyiragongo, which sits at the point where the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Uganda and Rwanda meet) erupted. Congregations in this benefice have been supporting the church congregations in that area for 10 years now, especially in and around Goma – a small city built on the lower slopes of the volcano, some 13 miles from its erupting peak. When the larva flows hit Goma during Saturday…
In order to submit a message for the national online book of condolence, please follow this link. May he rest in peace and rise in glory. https://www.churchofengland.org/remembering-his-royal-highness-prince-philip The flag at St Andrew’s at half mast
St Andrew’s, Wiveliscombe Good Friday 2nd April 10:45 for 11amGood Friday reflection in the churchyard (inside the church if wet) to Walk the Way of the Cross in partnership with the Evangelical Church congregation. Easter Sunday 4th April 8.30am – Said Communion10:45 am – Holy Communion (bring your own bread and wine) Sunday 18th April – 10:45 a.m. – Holy Communion (bring your own bread and wine) St Peter’s Huish Champflower.Easter Sunday Family Service @ 11.15 am with Holy Communion St…
Whilst out enjoying your daily exercise, please come and take a walk along the path around St Andrew’s church and see if you can find some hearts, bible verses and prayer pebbles.
This year we are doing things slightly differently as we cannot meet with such large numbers in the church. We are meeting outside at 4pm but for those who cannot make it or even those that can but want to hear more of the story please join our on line service. Alison Versoe takes us on a journey to Bethlehem using our church displays to tell the story.
Have a look at the preview Video of Celebrate Christmas at St Andrew’s and enjoy the Displays and follow the Christmas Story with Carols.