We are proud of our Scottish heritage, and our services reflect our tradition. However, whether you are from Scotland, the rest of the U.K. or any other country, you are warmly invited to join us.
We gather to share our faith and worship every Sunday from 10.30 am. After the service, which usually finishes around 11.30 am, everyone who can is invited to ‘Bide a while’ and come to the Church Hall for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat.
The Sacrament of Communion is celebrated as part of this service on the first Sunday of the month, apart from August. We practice an open table, which means anyone can partake in communion.
As well as this worship programme, we hold special services throughout the year: from Harvest Thanksgiving in October
to Remembrance Sunday in November, from celebrating Christ's birth at Christmas to His Resurrection at Easter. Please check the Calendar of events in our newsletter for these special times of worship.
We understand that entering a new place can be incredibly daunting for some. So if you would like to make contact beforehand, please do, so we can arrange for someone to meet you at the church before you come in.
We encourage questions at St Andrew's in the Grange without settling for simple answers. We recognise that each person's faith is dynamic and constantly shaped by what God is doing in them and the world around them.
With this in mind, we want to encourage everyone's journey of working out what faith means for them. We do this through an adult education programme in the church.
In the past, we have run.
- Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard
- Praying in Public by Sacradise
Watch this space for the next course. We are happy to take suggestions.
Young People are an integral part of St Andrew's in the Grange. Currently, we offer a space within the sanctuary for young children and parents to enjoy the service on a Sunday morning together.
We are in the process of developing a new children's program, so watch this space.
We pride ourselves in our fellowship at the Church.
After worship, every Sunday, we have refreshments, whilst, on special occasions, we have held a series of afternoon teas and finger buffets after morning Worship, including Harvest. We are always looking at ways to strengthen our fellowship inside and outside the Church, including an annual Church Away Day in Herm.