We aim to be a friendly, inclusive, Church of England parish church with a diverse, all-age congregation.
St Andrew's is the Church of England parish church in North Fulham. The church lies between Star Road and St Andrew's Road and the parish
covers a densely populated and diverse area which includes Queens Club Gardens and the large estates of Cheeseman's Terrace and West
Kensington Estate. Running through the middle of the parish is the North End Road, a typically busy London street. The diversity of the parish is very well
reflected in the congregation, and we are a friendly and inclusive collection of people. We are not a 'designer-church'; offering a
particular ministry but the parish church, available for all who live here and all who wish to join us from elsewhere.
The church is between Star Road and St Andrew’s Road - St Andrew's Church, Greyhound Road, London W14 9SA. The nearest tube stations are West Kensington (District line) and Barons Court (Piccadilly Line).
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Saint Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, Greece and Russia and was Christ's first disciple.
St Andrew's day is 30th November. Here is a link to more info
We are in the process of renewing our website which will be ready at the end of January.
In the meantime please go into the St Andrew's Facebook page for information about new events and activities.
For bookings for the church or Star centre, please contact Pippa Knap on 0207 3855023 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
For other matters please contact one of the following people
Vicar: Canon Guy Wilkinson
Curate: the Revd Lesley Bilinda
Associate Priest: Fr Lincoln Harvey
email@example.com 07855 866823
Hospitality: Pippa Knap
Licensed Lay Minister (Reader): Letty Buxton
firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7385 3193
Parish Administrator: Penny McCarthy
email@example.com 07989 264977
Churchwarden: Trevor Dawson
firstname.lastname@example.org 07957 398126
Churchwarden: Humphrey Gervais
email@example.com 07977 444440
St Andrew's Project for the Homeless
We are providing hot food and clothing for the homeless every Saturday
All donations of clothing and non-perishable food will be gratefully appreciated. For more details please contact the Pastoral Assistant on
See more photos Here
IntoUniversity are at St Andrew's.
St Andrew's is delighted to be in partnership with IntoUniversity with whom we share the Star Centre. IU occupy the top floor as a classroom for their support and motivational work with primary and secondary students from local schools, we share the office facilities and are glad to have the café and kitchens used by IU parents and students. IU offers an innovative programme across London and beyond which supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chosen aspiration.
See the IU website Here Here
The worship of the church is centred around the sacraments, and the Eucharist, also known as Holy Communion is celebrated in the modern catholic tradition of the Church of England. We are child-friendly, and
children are welcome at every service.
Sunday 10am - Family Communion with Children's Church followed by refreshments
Sunday 6.30pm - 1st Sunday each month full Choral Evensong; 3rd Sunday each month Taize prayer other Sundays traditional BCP sung Evensong.
Monday 10.15am - Informal Service for parents, carers and children followed by fun and refreshments.
Thursday 11am - Holy Communion followed by coffee
Morning Prayer - Every weekday at 8am
Monday 2pm till 10pm - Kensington Dance Studios. Teaching ballroom dancing
Monday 7pm till 9pm - Yoga classes
Tuesday 10.15am till noon - Open Door
Tuesday 2pm till 10pm - Kensington Dance Studios. Teaching ballroom dancing
Tuesday 7pm till 9pm - Pilate classes
Wednesday 10.15am till 1pm - Songs and Stories for children, followed by refreshments and lunch
Thursday 10.00 am - Zumba to keep fit
Thurday 7pm till 9pm - Fencing Classes
Friday 5pm till 10pm - Kensington Dance Studios. Teaching ballroom dancing
Saturday 8am till 9am - Pilate classes
Saturday 10.45am to 1pm - Project for the Homeless
All are welcome
We offer worship to God because we believe that the truth about God is fully revealed in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We
come to know this truth through the Bible and in the teachings and doctrines of the Church handed down
through the ages. Our lives as Christians are nourished through the sacraments of the Church (especially baptism and Holy Communion) and it is our calling to draw others into the
life of the church. We are an inclusive church and believe that the Bible offers a vision of the gracious invitation that God offers to all
people regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, or sexuality.
VIRGIN AND CHILD OF ST ANDREW'S FULHAM EXHIBITION INVITATION
St Andrew's Fulham are delighted to announce an exhibition by contemporary artist Paulo Tercio showcasing his stunning depiction of the Virgin and Child completed in May 2013. The work is the result of a vision the artist experienced whilst attending Sunday mass at the church 5 years ago.
Through the exhibition, sponsored by St Andrew's Fulham and Campbell's of London, Paulo aspires to share his experience of the vision whilst raising funds to help St Andrew's project for the homeless. "They Are Not Homeless They Are Our Friends" is the philosophy behind the homeless project that not only serves foods at the table "cafe style" but also clothes on average 120 individuals weekly from all over West london every Saturday between 08.00 and13.00. The project has been running for 7 years now and has 12 volunteers.
An auction of the original painting is planned along with 30 signed limited edition " Giclee" prints of the painting will be available from November 3. All profits will be donated to St Andrew's Fulham Homeless Project.
Fashion designer Arkadius commented: "Real art is the one which stirs strong emotions in you. It always gives you space for your own interpretation of the world portrayed by the artist. Paulo's work is very memorable and poetic, although also full of pain at times and his use of lighting is uniquely mysterious and thought provoking. "
Further information about the artist can be seen on www.saatchionline.com/paulotercio and www.paulotercio.com
You can order prints of the Virgin and Child masterpiece by visiting the site Cambells of London or calling 020 7584 9268.
PAULO TERCIO: VIRGIN AND CHILD OF ST ANDREW'S FULHAM
3 November | 28 March 2014 ( Unveiling, blessing and procession into The Lady Chapel during 10.00 mass )
( Open daily 08.00-12.00 - Fridays closed - Opening Times will change in the New Year )
The Lady Chapel at St Andrew's Fulham Church Greyhound Road, London W14 9SA
Nearest Tube Station: West Kensington
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