Response to Covid-19
The building is closed for public worship and private prayer - but, the Church is the People of God, and not the building, so our worship of God continues!
Our services are streamed lived on the church Facebook page on Sundays at 10am (St Andrew's Church, Fulham) and later available on YouTube and this website - over on our 'Live Services' page.
Morning Prayer - Weekdays at 8:30am on Facebook Live
Join us on our Facebook page for a short reflective service to start the day. The order of service can be found by clicking here. You can also follow by downloading an app - either 'Daily Prayer' or 'Time to Pray' from your app store.
Compline or Night Prayer - Every Sunday evening 8:30pm on Zoom
If you would like to join this simple and short service of prayer to close the day, please email Revd Lesley: firstname.lastname@example.org You will then be sent a link to join via Zoom. You don't need to be signed up to Zoom to join in - simply click on the link. The order of service can be found by clicking here > Compline or Night Prayer. You can also follow by downloading an app - either 'Daily Prayer' or 'Time to Pray' from your app store.
A children's activities book that Revd Anne has put together for Palm Sunday and Holy Week - some activities for younger children, some for older (and some videos to watch that re-tell the Easter story). Feel free to forward it around other friends and families. it's one way of helping your children to explore with you what Holy Week and Easter are all about. Download (Click Here)
Our brand new website is launching on Saturday 11th July www.standrewsfulham.com Same address, brand new content!
St Andrew's is a Church of England parish church in North Fulham. The church building lies between the end of Star Road/start of Greyhound Road and St Andrew's Road at W14 9SA. We aim, as the parish church to be available to all who live here and all who wish to join us from elsewhere. Our hope is to be known as a welcoming, faithful and purposeful community – the Body of Christ.
What draws us together is our trust that in Jesus there is to be found the good news, a way of life which gives meaning, hope and love. We invite you to join us as we journey.
On 12th June 2019 Revd Lesley was invited to address the Scottish Parliament in a 'Time for Reflection'. You can watch the event here
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