St Andrew's Church
To know Jesus better
and so to make Him better known
Click here for our Easter Services
St Andrew's during the Covid-19 pandemic
Sunday 20th March - service in Andy's - please book your ticket by clicking here.
Sunday 27th March - service in the Worship Area
Sunday 3rd April - service in Andy's - please book your ticket by clicking here.
We are keeping many Covid-19 avoidance procedures to keep you and others safe:
It is optional to wear a mask in the Worship Area; however when the service is in Andy's, a mask must be worn.
We are maintaining good ventilation of the Worship Area. As schools say: "WOJO – Windows open jumpers on". Please wear suitable clothing on cold days.
If you wish you can increase the distance by asking one of the welcome team for an extra "do not sit here" card. Unfortunately this is not possible when the service is downstairs.
You will be invited by a welcomer to come forward for Holy Communion, if you are able to.
Live streamed services and previous services are available through our WORSHIP THIS WEEK web site where you can also access lots of activities and resources for families: click here: www.goldsworthpark.org.uk/wtw
Worship this Week on-line
Live-streamed services and previous services are available through our Worship this Week web site, which also has special pages for families with children including a story, song and activities.
Click here and bookmark the address:
Andy's Community Cafe is open!
Our friendly community cafe Andy's is open Mondays-Thursdays, 10am-2.30pm.
For details click here to visit Andy's lovely web page - or Get Social with Andy's using these buttons:
Follow St Andrew’s on Twitter @StAndrewsGwP
and Facebook 'St Andrew's Church, Goldsworth Park'
Keep in touch
If this is the first time you have visited St Andrew's on-line please send an email to our special email address firstname.lastname@example.org so we can keep in touch.
If you would like to be kept up to date with our services and activities please ask to be included on our weekly news email list - see details below.
Don't lose heart!
"since through God’s mercy we have this ministry, we do not lose heart… For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” made his light shine in our hearts..." 2 Corinthians 4:1,6
Archdeacon Martin asks us to encourage each other not to lose heart during the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions, but be safe in the knowledge that we have the treasure of the good news.
Our email every Thursday or Friday includes news, sermon outlines, prayer notes and links to the online (Zoom) meetings which include:
Fusion youth groups
Virtual Coffee meetings
Prayer in the Morning (Wednesdays at 9.30am)
To be added to the email circulation list please send a message to our administrator, Alison email@example.com
Please pray for our mission partners
Our mission partners at home and abroad all face special problems due to the pandemic, and need our prayers.
Our Mission: Far & Near web site includes details of our mission strategy, information on all our mission partners and also their latest news. Click below to visit:
Coronavirus: what can I do?
Pray – click here for prayer resources or send your prayer requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our clergy and prayer ministry team would love to pray for you (in confidence).
Stay positive - Click here for well-being tips, and share your positive and inspiring stories and photos via email (to email@example.com): to see a selection click here.
Study the Bible - What is God saying to you? Explore study suggestions (click here) or join a Skype Bible Study Group. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you need help?
Call the Community Helpline Hub on 0300 200 1008 if you need shopping or prescriptions collected, or would like to have a phone buddy to chat with. Lines open Monday – Friday 9am-5pm (Woking Borough Council with Surrey County Council).
For emergencies call 999, for all medical advice call 111.
Can you help others?
If you would like to volunteer please click here to register - coordinated by Woking Volunteer Centre on behalf of Woking Borough Council.