Thank you to all those who have donated so far. 

If you wish to give here's how you can get involved:
• Sign up for the walk:
• Sponsor Justin: 
• Spread the word: Share the love on social media and encourage your friends and family to join the cause.
• There is a sheet at the back of the church where you can donate. 

Many families are struggling to put food on the table. The foodbank is a vital resource that helps to provide nutritious meals to those in need. You can make a difference by donating to the foodbank drop-off in the vestibule.

This week 
- Biscuits, 
- coffee 
- cream cracker type biscuits, 
- crisps (six-pack) 
- custard 
- male toiletries
- mayonnaise 
- meal in tin
- nappies size 6 
- shampoo
- shower gel
- penguin-type biscuits, 
- strawberry jam, 
- sugar, 
- teabags, 
- tinned carrots, 
- tinned fruit

To see our local foodbanks need go to

If you would like some time to speak with Justin, our church minister, whether it’s for guidance, prayer, or just a friendly conversation, please feel free to schedule a meeting at your convenience. Click on this link to view available times and book your appointment: We encourage you to take this opportunity to connect and share in a personal and meaningful way.

We are making changes to how we handle our offertory to simplify and enhance this important act of worship and hospitality. Starting in August, we will no longer pass a collection plate during our services. Instead, you will have the opportunity to place any freewill offering envelopes or monetary donations in a designated collection area as you enter the sanctuary. This new method will allow everyone to contribute at their own pace as they arrive, fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment. We will provide more detailed information and guidance on this change in the coming weeks, so please stay tuned.

On the 2nd of June, our church will hold a special service to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day. This significant event in history will be marked by a poignant ceremony honouring the bravery and sacrifice of those who participated in the Normandy landings. The service will feature readings, hymns, and prayers dedicated to the veterans and fallen soldiers, reflecting on their courage and the enduring impact of their actions. We invite everyone to join us in this solemn tribute, as we remember and give thanks for the heroes who fought for freedom and peace on that pivotal day.

- Christian Aid Week 12th – 19th May
- 19th May Liberation and D-Day celebration lunch 
- 26th May Marc Winn leading us in conversation. 
- 2nd June Communion and D-day celebrations
- 8th June Saffery Walk 
- 16th June early communion 




The iconic Saffery Rotary Walk, an annual event raising funds for Guernsey charities, is back for another year, and this time, St Andrew's in the Grange Church is proud to be one of the beneficiaries.Our Kirk is a vibrant Church of Scotland community dedicated to serving the island. However, our historic building requires accessibility improvements to truly become a welcoming hub for all. You can help St Andrew's raise funds to make our church more accessible and inclusive. Imagine the joy of seeing everyone, regardless of mobility, easily participating in their services, events, and community activities.

But the benefits extend far beyond the church walls. The Saffery Rotary Walk supports 21 diverse charities. 

Here's how you can get involved:
• Sign up for the walk:
• Sponsor Justin: 
• Spread the word: Share the love on social media and encourage your friends and family to join the cause.