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A friendly community-focused Church in Goldsworth Park

Andy's Out of Hours with live music this Saturday

Andy’s Community Café at St Andrew's reopens its Out of Hours events this Saturday, 27th November with free live performances by Cardboard Carousel and Simpa. Doors open at 7.30pm.

We'll be serving non-alcoholic drinks and snacks, but you're welcome to bring your own if you fancy something a little stronger!

Free entry. Donations on the evening toward the work of the café and the performers. Book your tickets at bit.ly/andysoutofhours

• Cardboard Carousel’s music can be heard on its YouTube group: www.youtube.com/cardboardcarousel

• For performances by Simpa see www.youtube.com/channel/UCfoY75lA31TdipYjfIRt85w

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  Worship 

Sunday 28 November 10am

 

This week our service is youth-led. As we begin our journey through Advent together, knowing where it will lead, we consider the voice of the one leading. Come and hear, from the young people, from one another, and from God, as we ask "how does God speak to us? Has anyone seen an angel? We are not live-streaming or make a video recording  this week, but sermons (sound) are recorded for our Resources site.

Sunday 21 November 10am

 

Chris led and Julie preached on TREASURE in the Five Marks or Mission series: Jesus tells us that we should focus our energy on seeking the Kingdom of God rather than worrying about what we will eat, drink or wear. What does that look like in a society that is addicted to consumerism, is there a better way to live that will benefit the Kingdom of God, while protecting the environment and safeguarding the Earths rapidly diminishing resources?

The service was live-streamed and you can watch a recording below. (To view in a large window on PCs and tablets click here.)

We've resumed making sound recordings of sermons. You can listen to them anytime, anywhere, via our Resources site here: www.goldsworthpark.org.uk/resources

About us

St. Andrew's is a friendly, community-focussed Church at the heart of Goldsworth Park, Woking. We’d love to welcome you at a Sunday service or in our Coffee Shop during the week.

 

You’ll find people of all ages and backgrounds from a variety of nationalities and cultures. We are a family-friendly church with clubs and activities for children and young people from 0-15, plus activities and events for older people.

 

St Andrew’s is a growing Anglican church in the evangelical tradition. We are committed to making a difference locally and globally in the name of Jesus Christ.

 

Our aim is:

 

To know Jesus better, and so
to make Him better known
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We look forward to meeting you. Come and be a part of what God is doing here!

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Prayer Ministry


Send your prayer request to 
prayerchain@standrewsgwp.org and it will be sent to to a dedicated band of intercessors to pray on your behalf.
For confidential prayer over the phone, first email
prayer@standrewsgwp.org and your request will be passed to a team member.

Our Mission partners

Our Mission: Far & Near web site explains  our mission strategy, introduces our mission partners and their  news. Click below:

goldsworthpark.org.uk/mission 

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