We're very sorry that all these activities are suspended until further notice.  

Bible study and prayer

Fellowship group 
Bible study, learning more about our faith, praying together:  alternate Tuesdays in term-time (7.45-9.30pm). 

Parish at Prayer
Parish prayer breakfast: first Saturdays of the month (8.30-9.30am), alternating between St Andrew's and St Michael's. (In 2020 it's at St Andrew's in April, June, August, October...)

Time to Pray 
Prayer for St Andrew's, our parish and our community: third Sundays (6.45-7.45pm) in the St Andrew's Centre (STAC) . 


Summer Fellowship


Over the summer we usually organise special events to give us a chance to get together informally, and invite others. Last year's included walks, a games café, pudding and praise, a tour of the new housing areas, and an Indian lunch. 

Coffee Club and Faith Group


All over-50s are welcome!  We meet right through the year on second and fourth Thursdays for coffee/tea and chat and an activity -- a speaker, singing, gentle seated exercise, quizzes, board games, and an outing for lunch in the summer.  
Affiliated to Age UK.  
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There is a monthly Faith Group for those who want to find out more about the Christian faith. 



From time to time we organise special children's events; we have held a popular Easter crafts session for some years.  We have a group for children during the Sunday service in term-time. 


There is also a Toddler Group in the Cumnor Parish Centre on Wednesdays in term-time, 9-11am, but the Little Fishes group in St Andrew's is not functioning at the moment. We hope that it will re-start before too long.

Botley Bridges provides activities and support for young children and families in the area. 



Our Youth Worker Jez organises activities on Sundays and weekdays for those at secondary school. 

Community events


We enjoy inviting our community to join us for special events.  The large photo at the top of the page shows a community cream tea.  

We also support the
activities of the Dean
Court Community
Way including carol-
singing on Pinnocks Green and the recent DCCC 5th birthday celebrations.  

Summer Fellowship


We often organise activities over the summer (such as a bring-and-share lunch or pub lunch), to give us a chance to get together informally and to invite friends along.