St Andrews Fulham Fields
St Andrews is a diverse, inclusive and vibrant Church of England parish church, worshiping in the liberal-catholic tradition. Our aim is to be available to all who live in our community and all who wish to join us from elsewhere. We welcome all, we look for where God is at work in our community and get involved, and we seek to be a place where faith can be explored and deepened.
1st Sunday each month All Age service where children and young people stay in Church and help lead the service. Live-streamed on our Facebook page
Choral Evensong has now returned, with a smaller, non-robed choir - 1st Sundays, a beautiful cathedral style service with anthems and organ voluntary. Live-streamed on our Facebook page
Other Sundays, Evening Prayer (BCP): a simple and short said service in the church, usually with hymns and organ accompaniment
Three weekday mornings (currently Monday, Wednesday and Thursday) from 8.30-9am on our Facebook page only. Join this short liturgy with a praying community from around the UK and around the world. Download the Daily Prayer app here
Daily Prayer app and podcast The Church of England
Daily Prayer is the official app to help you follow Morning, Evening and Night Prayer, wherever you are.
To be a Christian presence at the heart of our community in Fulham: welcoming all, creating opportunities to deepen faith and serving the needs of the local community in a variety of forms.
We are a diverse and vibrant parish, offering a variety of services and activities to our community, including: a homeless project/drop-in, childrens and youth work, over 60s meetings, cafe, pastoral care and more.
As a Church, we rely on the generosity of our community to carry out our weekly activities. We receive no funding from the State. Click here to find out more.
Volunteers are an integral part of our team at St Andrews, without them we wouldnt be able to serve our community in the way we do. Were always looking for more people to join our teams!
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