• St Andrew's is the parish church for everyone in Halstead.

    Whether you come to worship here regularly, just once or twice a year, or even if you haven't yet been here - this is your church.  We are here to mark the important stages of life with you, through baptisms, weddings and funerals; to help you find out more about the Christian faith, and grow as a Christian; to serve our community through showing God's love in practical ways; and to provide a focus for worshipping God together.  We work closely with the other churches in Halstead, and with other Anglican churches in the villages nearby that make up the Halstead Area Team.  

    We are a friendly bunch, and we'd love to meet you!

    Coming up in November:

    Sunday 3 November - Our Sunday School (the St Andrew's Saints) meets on the first Sunday of each month as part of the10.30am service.  Come along to the church at 10.30am; children will go to their worship activities in the hall during part of the service while their adults stay in the church (except pre-school children, who need to be accompanied by a parent or carer please).

    Sunday 10 November - we mark Remembrance Sunday with a two minute silence during our family communion service at 10.30am, and then with the civic Remembrance Service in church at 3pm (preceded by the act of remembrance in the public gardens at 2.15pm).

    Saturday 16 November - Halstead Messy Church meets at the United Reformed Church, Kings Road (behind the library) from 3-5pm - food and fun for all the family, based on a bible story.

    Saturday 30 November and Sunday 1 December - the annual Christmas Tree Festival takes place in St Andrew's Church.  Come and enjoy the seasonal displays, with trees wonderfully decorated by schools, community groups and businesses, and vote for your favourite tree!  Refreshments available.



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  • We are committed to safeguarding children, young people, and vulnerable adults. 

    The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website - https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding.

    Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Helena Gee, who may be contacted at church, by email or on 01787 473349.


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