Weddings at St Andrew’s are complemented with the wonderful surrounding gardens for photographs. The Church’s single aisle along with the restored heritage listed character of the church which seats up to 220 people suits the traditional feeling of a wedding.
About St Andrew’s Church
St Andrew’s aims to be a friendly, welcoming Christian community, and like Saint Andrew in the Bible, we want to make a difference for God. We want to reach people with the life-giving message of Jesus Christ.
Contact St Andrew’s Church
We welcome everyone at our Church. If you would like more information about any of our services or special occasions, please contact the Parish Office.
From the Interim Parish Priest:
This coming Sunday (June 4) is The Feast Of Pentecost. The correct church colour for this event is red – and we plan to have the Church decked out in red for the occasion. Parishioners are invited to wear a red piece of clothing (red scarf, red tie, red jacket, red skirt, etc) to add to the festive feel of the day. There will be special intercessions and sermon, and the music will be excellent for everyone to sing. The Feast of Pentecost is when Christians remember that the Holy Spirit came onto the first followers of Jesus, and the Church was born. We look forward to giving you a warm welcome to St Andrew’s at 8 am or at 9.30 am for this special day in the life of the Christian church around the world … and at St Andrew’s Walkerville.
Stuart Langshaw – Interim priest at St Andrew’s.