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The Development Appeal is now fully funded. The total raised is ...

£813,232

This excludes the ongoing Chair Appeal

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Our Mission Statement

‘To make St.Andrew’s Church a major centre of village life for all villagers, as a place of worship, and the place where the community can gather for a wide variety of village activities in a building which is inspiring, welcoming, accessible and and well-resourced’

Current matters

Lent Appeal 2021 – Can you stand not sitting?

For many years, the Diocese of Salisbury and the Chalke Deanery in particular, have supported the people of Cuiebet (say “Shwaybet”) in South Sudan. One particular project, begun in 2013, was to start a school that has since grown to include over 900 pupils.
To help the pupils in their studies, the Chalke-Cuiebet Partnership Trust is now appealing for help to fund the provision of desks and benches to provide a better learning environment.

Click here to see full details and how you can help.

Services at St. Andrew’s

Owing to the latest Covid-19 lockdown, all services at St.Andrew’s Church have been suspended. For more details, including which churches in the Benefice have services that are being Zoomed, press here to refer to the Benefice website.

In normal times, different services are held each Sunday through the month at St.Andrew’s. There are also some special services on certain Sundays. Click here to see the full schedule.

The Chair Appeal

There is still an opportunity for chairs to be funded, and dedications on plaques added in memory of a loved one or happy event.

So far, 60 chairs have been sponsored, and we have a further 10 to go. Full details describing the chairs chosen and how you can order one, are given here, and a form to place an order here.
h2{color:red}. Latest Community Newsletter

Our fourth Community Newsletter has been circulated and features a number of items, among which are:

  • News about the next six weeks of Church services and the upcoming special services, taking us well into January. These will all take place under the restrictions currently mandated for December, the Christmas period, into January and beyond. It includes detailed information concerning the booking of places for the Carol Service on 20th December.
  • Church opening times for private prayer during the week.
  • A report on on the Service of Remembrance, which took place on 8th November.
  • Sad news on the recent death of Joan Bentley – until some ten years ago a stalwart of the village community.
  • The sale of four loads of logs, kindly contributed by Mark Jeffery.
  • News on progress in appointing a new Rector for the Benefice.
  • An appeal for village community members to support the Church with regular donations.
  • Information on obtaining Zillah Gillespie’s home-made marmalades and Liz Collyer’s preserves, chutneys and jellies.

Click here to open or download the newsletter.