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'St. Andrew's Online' Services:
Monday to Friday, 9.10am 'TFG': a Children's Service, approx. 20mins (school-terms only)
Monday to Friday, 10.00am Morning Prayer: approx. 25mins
Monday to Friday, 7.00pm Evening Prayer: approx. 25mins
Sunday, 10.30am Family Worship: approx. 60mins. Please have some bread and wine/juice with you
To access these services, please log on to our Facebook Group 'St. Andrew's Enfield' and join us on Facebook Live. If you are unable to make these times, the services stay up on the Facebook Feed.
Worship Services in the church building
Wednesday, 12.00pm: Holy Communion, approx. 40mins
Sunday, 8.00am: BCP Holy Communion, approx. 45mins
Sunday, 9.00am: Holy Communion, approx. 45mins
The church building is open for Private Prayer on Saturdays, between 11.00am-12.00pm. There are strict hygiene controls in place, so please be respectful of these and help the Stewards to help the wider community.
Please click here to read our FAQs Sheet about the practicalities of worship in the church building
Our Mission Statement:
"Building community together
on the values of Jesus"
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Financial Giving at St. Andrew's
Please do consider supporting the ministry of St. Andrew's financially. There are a number of different ways to do this:
To give £5, text CHURCH to 70970
To give £10, text CHURCH to 70191
To give £20, text CHURCH20 to 70191
To give online - either a one-off donation, or to set-up a monthly Standing Order, please click the link below:
One-off donation or Standing Order directly to our Bank Account:
You can give directly to our Bank Account by using the bank details found here
Thank you for your generosity
Welcome to St. Andrew's...
Thanks for visiting our website! We hope that you will get the information you need here - and that you might pay us a visit and join us for worship soon...
Here's a little bit of background about St. Andrew's...
We want to be the type of church that will give you a warm welcome, and where you can meet with God, whatever is happening in your life at the moment.
We are constantly trying to become more 'useful' as a church. We want you to find it easy to become a member of our community (if that's what you are looking for), or just to come and enjoy the occasional Sunday with us. We know that everyone has a different 'agenda' when it comes to church and faith - and whatever you need from church, we hope that you will find it at St. Andrew's. Everyone who comes is at a different stage in their lives - so there's no pressure on you at all...
We have plenty of activities and interest groups within the church family - this website should give you an idea of what type of things we do. You can read about our youth work, children’s work, pastoral care ministries, variety of worship services, excellent musical tradition, Bible study groups, discipleship courses, social activities, schools work, overseas support and a whole lot more here!
Most of all, we believe in a welcoming and hospitable God. At St. Andrew’s, we want to reflect that welcome and hospitality to the local community and all who visit. We are a church on a journey – we are far from perfect and we have a long, long way to go! But if you want to come along and see if this is a place where you can find whatever it is you need, you will be more than welcome!
Introducing our Vicar...
The Vicar of Enfield is Rev Dr Steve Griffiths. Steve came into post in June 2014. He has been an ordained Minister in the Church of England since 1993. Before moving to Enfield, Steve had served parishes in Staffordshire, the East End of London, North Essex, and Cambridgeshire. He was also on Faculty at Ridley Hall Theological College as Director of the Cambridge Institute for Children, Youth & Mission (formerly known as Centre for Youth Ministry).
Steve has a particular expertise in children's and youth ministry. He has been involved in training youth workers across the world since 1999. He has been extensively involved in youth ministry training in the UK, Scandinavia, India, South Africa, the US, Central Europe and mainland Europe. As well as authoring many popular and academic articles on youth ministry, historical theology, and pastoral theology, Steve is the author of a number of books including: Discipling Generation Y: Themes from the Book of Revelation, Models for Youth Ministry, God of the Valley, Redeem the Time: Sin in the Writings of John Owen, and East End Youth Ministry 1880-1957.
Rev Dr Steve is also a Prog Rock musician (under the name Renegade Priest) and his latest album, 'Faces for the Troubadour' is available on iTunes, Spotify and other digital media, alongside previous albums and singles. He also writes and records with his wife, Jo. You can find their material on digital platforms under their duo-name 'After the Event' and Jo's solo name 'Jo Griffiths'.