WELCOME TO ST ANDREWS, CLEVELEYS
Sundays Starting 10:30am
Our main worship service of the week. Coracle, our Sunday School operates during service (except 6 weeks holiday). Every second Sunday is our family service. Everyone welcome!
BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER EUCHARIST WITH HEALING PRAYERS
3rd Friday of the Month, 5pm
A quiet, beautiful service in traditional language with the opportunity to be prayed with and anointed for healing.
MIDWEEK EUCHARIST (FOLLOWED BY COFFEE MORNING WITH RAFFLE)
A Midweek opportunity to come and worship meeting Jesus in Word and Sacrament.
Followed by a lovely coffee morning with raffle.
SAS - CHILDREN'S SERVICE
Thursdays (term time) 6:00pm-7:30pm
Come and join the SAS! If you are of Primary School age and want to go on an adventure each week, come and join us! We will being creative, singing and praying together. includes a FREE meal.
Bible Study Home Group
Tuesdays, Youth Chapel 10am-11am
Why not come and have a relaxed time, with coffee, cake, laughter and chat in our informal Bible Study Home Group as we study together, pray for one another and learn more about being a disciple. Everyone welcome and no expertise required.
Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a free lunch, coffee and a bit of cake among friends (donations welcome) in a social space to meet new people and have a chat. Come and be a part of our lovely community.
MORE THAN A CHURCH
A Welcoming Church in the Heart of Cleveleys
St Andrews, Cleveleys, offers members - and visitors - a chance to become part of something greater. To grow in their love of God and for one another as a family, blessing the people of Cleveleys in Jesus' name.
We are an inclusive family, welcoming any and all who would like to journey together following Jesus. Come and make yourself at home, this is your Father's house!
‘For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life. Indeed, God did not send the Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.'