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St Andrew’s Click Send
Whether you have encountered the life at St Andrew’s through baptisms, weddings, other events, or you are just interested, many people like to keep in contact with St Andrews in amongst a busy life. To help this we have St Andrew’s Click Send.

St Andrew’s Click Send is a short weekly musing from St Andrew’s Parish, along with a contemporary prayer and any upcoming events that may interest you. This can be emailed, MMS or both. If you would like to join, please contact the Parish Office.



“God our Father, you have made us members of Christ and of his church in this parish. May our worship be the offering of our hearts and live to you. Help us to reach out in welcome to newcomers and visitors, to encourage and care for each other in friendship and fellowship, and to grow in grace and in love; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.”



Sunday July 23rd at 4.30 pm in St Andrew’s.  Come and join lots of other people in singing your favourite hymns … “Community Hymn Singing.”  This was a great hit when we last did it.  Once we have sung ourselves out, we go to the Parish Centre next door at about 5.30 pm for hot soup and crusty bread.  This is a great community event for everyone who like to sing and who likes winter soup – real “winter fare.”


Approaching Programmes at St. Andrew’s

Sunday June 25. Celebration shared lunch to mark Helen Gibson-White’s 10th anniversary of being ordained.

Sunday July 23. “Wintersong” – Hymn singing in the church followed  by soup and crusty bread in the parish Centre.

Saturday September 16 – Parish Breakfast

Friday October 27 – “Jazz At The Rectory.”

Sunday November 26 – St Andrew’s Day – Archbishop Geoff Smith

Monday December 25 – Christmas.


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