St Andrew’s is a thriving, open and welcoming church community for all ages. 

We seek to be a nurturing, cherishing and restoring community of Christians – among people we are with, around places where we live, and within the building, churchyard and Creation we have been gifted and will pass on to future generations.

Our church building is usually open from 9.15am to 4pm daily. Our regular times of worship on Sundays are 8am and 10am, with a monthly evening service at 5.30pm. All are welcome!

Services & Events

Father’s Day, Sunday 16 June, 3rd Sunday after Trinity 

  • 8:00 am Holy Communion (in church, also online). You can download an order of service.
  • 10:00 am All-Age Service (in church, also online) – you can download an order of service from Friday
  • 5:30 pm Contemplative Service (in church)


  • Every weekday except for Tuesday: Morning Prayer online at 9:00 am (Google Meet)
  • Tuesday 9:00 am: Morning Prayer in church (Common Worship).

Recent sermons

Latest news

Breaking the Silence of the British Slave Trade

Come and experience a unique theatrical performance of testimony, story, and song from Abolitionists in their own words. The national tour for the Collisions Theatre Company production of Breaking the Silence of the British Slave Trade comes to St Andrew’s Chesterton! Performances will be held on the 5th and 7th of June 2024 at 7:30PM.…

Olaudah Equiano the Abolitionist and Author: A Public Talk by Dr Carol Brown-Leonardi

On Saturday, 18 May at 2 pm, St Andrew’s Church, Chesterton, will host Dr Carol Brown-Leonardi of the Open University. Dr Brown-Leonardi will give a public talk entitled Olaudah Equiano the Abolitionist and Author: His Life and Family in Cambridgeshire. This talk launches an exciting season celebrating the links between Chesterton and the Equiano Family!…

Annual Parochial Church Meeting

On Sunday, 12 May, St Andrew’s, Chesterton, will be holding its Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) following the Sunday service. All are welcome to attend! During coffee before the meeting, there will be an opportunity to reflect and give feedback on some questions exploring what we think and feel about St Andrew’s. This time together…

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