St Andrew's Church
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To know Jesus better
and so to make Him better known
Babies, toddlers, children and youth
All ages are welcome at St Andrew's and we have lots of activities for children of all ages, on Sundays and weekdays too.
All our staff and volunteers have a current DBS certificate and follow the Parish Safeguarding Policy in line with the requirements of the Diocese of Guildford in the Church of England.
There is a staffed crèche for ages 0-3 during the 10am service with a variety of activities.
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We currently have a SKids (Sunday Kids) group for ages 4 -11 years old who meet in the A2 during the service.
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The Fusion group for 11+ meet on a Sunday evening, in the A2, from 7-8.30pm.
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Youth at weekends
FRIDAY FUSION is our group for ages 11+ on alternate Friday evenings from 7.30pm - 9pm. These are held in our A2 Youth and Community Centre, right by the main church building.
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We have Bump & Beyond (for new mums and mums-to-be), two Toddler groups (for 0-3 and their parents), a Mums' Bible Study, and Andy's Community Cafe where everyone can meet and enjoy a drink and snack.
Parent & Toddler and Bump & Beyond are drop-in groups, although number restrictions still apply.
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The vicar and St Andrew’s Church Parochial Church Council (PCC) takes the safety of everyone very seriously and follows the Church of England’s national safeguarding policy: click here for details.
All workers and volunteers with responsibility for work with babies, toddlers children, youth or vulnerable adults are required to have a current DBS certificate and to follow the Parish Safeguarding Policy in line with the requirements of the Diocese of Guildford in the Church of England.