The people of St Andrew’s represent much of the diversity of belief in the Church of England. Together we try to build a community that stands for:

  • The love of God shown us in his Son, Jesus Christ.
  • Discerning God’s will through scripture, tradition and reason.
  • Respect for each other’s journeys of faith.

Preaching, teaching and sharing of faith are important parts of the ministry of St Andrew’s. We have contact with thousands of people of all ages, each year. The Ministry Team is always happy to meet with local people and groups to discuss our faith.

The most important work, however, is done by members of our congregations, in their homes and jobs, as they live out and bear witness to our shared faith.

Useful websites

The Archbishop of Canterbury
Links to a selection of his writings, and press releases.

The Diocese of Ely
The Diocesan website includes news and events from across the diocese, and features many other useful resources.

Choral Evensong
Every evening this ancient service is sung beautifully in chapels and cathedrals around the country. You can hear it at any time on the Radio 3 website.

A good website for searching and finding out more about the Christian faith.

Pray as you go
Pray as you go is a daily prayer session, designed for use on portable MP3 players, to help you pray whenever you find time, but particularly whilst travelling to and from work, study, etc. Lasting between ten and thirteen minutes, it combines music, scripture and some questions for reflection.

The Church Times
An excellent source of news about the Anglican Community around the world.

The Tablet
An excellent source of news about the Church around the world. This Roman Catholic magazine also provides useful onward links to other interesting sites.