Welcome to St. Andrew's Church, Chippenham...
Welcome to the website for St. Andrew's Church, Chippenham, one of three Church of England parishes that cover this fast-growing town. St Peter's and St Paul's parishes cover the area north of the railway; St Andrew's is the central and south part of the town. It's easy to see our spire at the top of the High Street, but less easy to reach by car! Follow the blue parking signs for Emery Gate until you see us across from the War Memorial.
We value our place at the heart of the town, and seek to respond to the needs of the whole of Chippenham, not just our church congregation.
I hope you find this website helpful, and that you reach the information you’re looking for. Do contact me on 652788 on any urgent matter, or if you are having problems getting in touch.
With best wishes,
Click “Continue reading”, then click on “Pewsheet 5th March” to read this week’s sheet. Pewsheet 5th March 2017
St Andrew’s Lent Course 2017 “Rev.” – Good News in a World of Struggle In the BBC’s brilliant comedy “Rev.” we get alongside Rev Alan Smallbone and Alex, his wife, in their inner-city parish, and begin by wondering why on earth such a nice, well-meaning couple would put up with…
I’m delighted to say that our church building is now open from Morning Prayer at 8.30 am till about 4 pm each day. We’ve had to install CCTV for security, but as this now allows us to be open for visitors and pilgrims every day! I recently visited – or tried…
Click “Continue reading”, then click on “Pewsheet 26th February” to read this week’s sheet Pewsheet 26th February 2017
Click “Continue reading”, then click on “Pewsheet 19th February” to read this week’s sheet Pewsheet 19th February 2017
The latest edition (February 2017) of News from the Market Place is now available.
The latest edition (January 2017) of News from the Market Place is now available.
Parish Retreat 2017 “Rejoicing in Creation” Abbey House Chilkwell St, Glastonbury Somerset BA6 8DH Tel: 01458 831112 email: email@example.com Friday 17th – Sunday 19th March Led by Fr. Elias Polonski Elias Polonski is a retired Anglican priest living in Malmesbury, but has in the past been a Benedictine monk at…