FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
St Andrew’s Church is in a beautiful rural setting in which to make your wedding vows. The church can comfortably seat about 250 guests. Couples can now get married in the parish church even if they do not live there, as long as they have some family connection with the church. we will be glad to talk to you about preparing for marriage at St Andrew’s Church. There are preparation sessions for your special day. If one of you has been divorced, we will discuss what sort of marriage service would be appropriate. In the interregnum (until we have a new Rector), please email the Churchwardens on: alloursaintsatgmail.com
Recently had a baby?
We will be happy to arrange a baptismal service for the birth of a child. For further details email the Churchwards on alloursaintsatmail.com.
Does the church have any home groups?
Yes, the Bible Study/fellowship group meet one a week, usually on a Thursday at 7.30 p.m. at the home of one of the members. Check venue for this week and topic being discussed by ringing Lorna Baker on 01822 833625
How can I obtain Bible Reading notes?
Contact Kathleen Brady on 01579 351839 for notes from the Bible Reading Fellowship who publish a selection of helpful notes.
They include New Daylight which provides for four months of Bible readings with a regular team of contributors drawn from a range of church backgrounds. It is ideal for those looking for a devotional approach to reading and understanding the Bible. Each daily reading includes a Bible passage, a comment from the contributor and a prayer or reflection. Guidelines offers in-depth study and comment covering biblical books and themes. The daily readings are arranged in weekly sections, each including an introduction and points for thought and prayer. Every Day with Jesus is a bi-monthly booklet on a specific Biblical theme of readings, comment and prayer.