This Sunday at St Andrew’s Church

WELCOME to St Andrew’s, your local parish church and here are the details of our services over the Advent and Christmas period.

We’re also starting services at Tadpole Farm CE Primary Academy on 3rd and 24th December at 4pm.

Your Journey to Christmas with St Andrew North Swindon

Sunday 3rd December
10am Toy Service: Child Friendly Service
Opportunity to bring toys still in good condition to pass on to those in need
4pm Advent All Age Service at Tadpole Farm CE Primary Academy
Crafts, worship and reflection for all ages followed by light refreshments (also collecting toys)
6.30pm Book of Common Prayer Communion

Sunday 10th December
10am Advent Praise with Sunday School followed by light refreshments

Saturday 16th December
10am-12noon Open morning and decorating the church for Christmas
Come and join in – Hot Chocolate and Mince pies available

Sunday 17th December
10am Advent Communion with Sunday School
4pm Family Carol Service: Following the Donkey with light refreshments
6.30pm Carols by Candlelight: Following the Angels followed by light refreshments

Sunday 24th December
10am Advent Communion
4pm Pop-up Nativity: The Greatest Journey
At Tadpole Farm CE Primary Academy – come dressed as a character from the Christmas Story
11.30pm Midnight Communion: Following the Word

Monday 25th December
10am Family Communion: Following the Shepherds

Sunday 31st December
10am Holy Communion

Sunday 7th January
10am Children’s Service: Following the Star

All services at St Andrew’s Church, Tadpole Lane, SN25 2DW unless otherwise stated.

Contact
Revd. Sally Robertson
email: revd.sally.robertson@nschurch.org.uk
Tel: 07588 594410

Did you know?
St Andrew’s church is a safe 15 minute walk from Tadpole Garden Village. Cross over Tadpole Lane near William Morris Way (at the eastern end of the Village). Turn left and follow the path until you come to a path up to the left opposite 41 Fontmell Close. Near the top of the path, just before the dog bin, take the track to the right which leads into the corner of St Andrew’s Church Yard. It’s a very pleasant walk, but only in daylight.