What's Happening and how to Get Involved
Blue Taize Service - Sunday 20th December at 6pm
As we journey to Christmas Day, join us for a service of solace, a time to remember loved ones lost and the impact of COVID-19 on the world. This is a service of readings, silence, prayer.
11 pm Christmas Eve: more information to come
8 am Christmas: more information to come
Flowers are a beautiful way of expressing feelings and
remembering loved ones as well as enhancing the
If you would like to donate to the flower program or if you would like to be part of our team of volunteers who arrange the flowers please contact the office: 3221 2400 or email: email@example.com
As with any church volunteers are at the heart of our service.
If you would like to volunteer or require any further information please contact the office: 3221 2400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We'd like to hear from people who are interesting in serving at Saint Andrew's in any of the following areas:
Liturgist / Readers
Greeters and Ushers
Community Meal Servers
Extra Con Spirito Concert - Friday 18 December, 12.30 pm
An extra Con Spirito concert in December will feature pianist Maxwell Hinton. Maxwell will perform “French Suite No. 4 in Eb Major” by JS Bach, “Isolde's Liebestodd” by Wagner/Liszt, “Chorale Preludes (nos. 2 and 5)” by Bach-Busoni, “The Arching Path” by Christopher Cerrone and “Black Earth” by Fazil Say.
+Plus One Plan
The +Plus One programme is ongoing as toiletries and clothing are offered to our Saturday community meal guests every week and allows them to be given some of the items they need. This will continue over the Christmas and New Year period, so we are reliant on your remembering to add a toiletry item for our guests, onto your shopping list.
The collection box is on the table in the Church foyer, and clothing can be left in the Committee Room off the foyer.
CLOTHING NEEDS for our Saturday Guests
We now have a good supply of used winter clothing to store for next year.
We also have a plentiful stock of Women’s clothing. No more please. There are only a small percentage of women attending the meal.
Men’s clothing, especially T-shirts and short-sleeved shirts are still in demand.