We are a thriving church family and community, with lots going on for all ages... read on to find out more about church life at St. Andrew's!
As the national lockdown begins to ease, we are resuming services in the church building which also will be livestreamed.
If you'd like to join us on Zoom, please use the links below. To join via telephone, please dial 0131 460 1196, then when prompted, dial 206 859 6445 followed by the # key, followed by passcode 37435.
A place where all are welcome to come and enjoy the company of others, have free cuppas and biscuits, friendly chats, prayer if you would like it, and a listening ear. There is a short sung worship time, followed by a 5 minute talk on the things of God. For now it is held outside on the Chapter House kitchen grass area, but whenever restrictions are lifted, we will move into the refurbished Chapter House. Please feel free to come and find out what is going on. We are open every Saturday afternoon 2-4 pm weather permitting. We look forward to seeing you.
We have a wide range of social interest groups, including puppetry, walking, ladies' club, memory club, the flower guild and the Church Choir, alongside frequent men's and ladies' activities and days out.
All groups are a great platform for getting to know people and building friendships. We value the different passions and interests of everyone that provide fellowship with each other.
Contact us using the button below to find out more about our community groups.
Want to know more about getting married at St.Andrew's? Use the button below to find out more and to send us your details.
New to church?
Whether you are new to the area or new to faith, you probably have some questions - let us help answer them for you!
Children, Youth + Families
Our children and young people are a really important part of the church family, and we run various gatherings for them throughout the week - not just Sundays!
Our Local Community
We have strong links with our local community, including publishing the Gorleston Community Magazine, local foodbanks and support groups, and Open The Book.
Baptism is a life-long promise to follow Christ and live your life for Him. As parents we may make that promise for our children, or you may make the promise as an adult - if you'd like to know more about baptism at St.Andrew's, click below!
Anyone is welcome to have a Church of England funeral, whether you have faith in Christ or not. Arrangements are usually made through a Funeral Director, but you may have more questions about funerals at St. Andrew's...