Mass will be offered on every Wednesday morning at 9:30AM until we can build up to a daily Mass again. Thanks to some very committed lay folk Morning and Evening Prayer with the Angelus or Regina Coeli will be offered. Please check for times.
Coronavirus update: Our next Mass will be on Wednesday 2 December when we will start again with Morning Prayer at 9:00 followed by Mass at 9:30. The church is open for private prayer only on Wed & Sundays between 10 and 11 am.
Several years ago the widow of Canon Washington, who used to worship at St Andrew’s, sent money for a memorial for him and the PCC thought that reopening the Quatrefoil was appropriate and Mrs Washington agreed. The Quatrefoil is above
Are you aged 6-16? Do you enjoy singing? Want to have fun and learn a bit about music?
The New Year would be a great time for any young person who enjoys singing (and can read comfortably) to come and join us.
Contact Jo on email@example.com for more details.
St Andrews have joined with Trinity Church To provide a free drop-in lunch every Tuesday.
A free hot meal will be served every Tuesday at Trinity Church Union Road, Deal.
Hot drinks from 12.30pm followed by lunch at 1pm. Everybody welcome.
St Andrews Church will be open on Saturday September 9th between 9am and 4pm as part of the Heritage Open Days weekend. Come and see our displays and learn more about this historic Victorian church. See all events in Deal,
Wanted for pre-Christmas toy fair to be held on 21st October 2017. Used and outgrown toys suitable for babies to teens in good working order.
Could you donate a new toy – small or large?
Could you donate towards the cost of two new toys to be raffled at the Christmas Fair?
Please have a word with the Church Wardens, Anne and Waveney, or Muriel Taylor and tell us how you can help.
We can arrange for large items to be collected. Tel / Text 07814 188764
Have you tried our Parish Lunch on the last Sunday of the month at the Alma? Enjoy a lovely roast and help support St Andrew’s at the same time!
The Bishop of Dover, The Right Rev Trevor Willmott will be chairing a General Election Hustings in Dover at St Mary’s Parish Centre on 19th May
In a pastoral letter to the parishes and chaplaincies of the Church of England, Archbishops Justin Welby and John Sentamu urge people to set aside “apathy and cynicism” and draw new inspiration from the ancient Christian virtues of “love, trust and hope”. Read the letter here.