Sunday services are held in church or over Zoom. Contact us to get details of our zoom services. If you just want to show up you don’t need to pre-register.
We also post regularly on Facebook and Instagram so please refer to either of those for the most up to date information:
Across our city there are a range of feelings and emotions surrounding the relaxing of restrictions this week.
It is important that St Andrew’s remains a safe place, to which people can continue to return. So at the moment during this wave of Covid 19 we will continue to operate Sunday worship in the same way, including face coverings and social distancing in the building before, during and after the service
We also continue to have the option for people to link into our services by Zoom as well.
Sundays 10.30am Service
- 1st Sundays – Morning Worship
- 2nd Sundays – Holy Communion
- 3rd Sundays – Morning Worship
- 4th Sundays – Morning Worship
- 5th Sundays – Morning Worship
St Andrew’s Church is situated on the corner of Mansfield Road and Mapperley Road, just 15 minutes walk from the Victoria Centre.
We are part of the Church of England, in the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.
We have a congregation spanning many nations, some of which are represented by the flags displayed inside our church building.
We have an informal style using Common Worship and other liturgies, with a mixture of Holy Communion, Morning Worship and All-Age worship.
Please join us!
The people of St. Andrew’s Church are committed to and recognise our legal responsibility to safeguard, nurture and care for children and vulnerable adults in our church community and those we come into contact with. You can see our safeguarding policy here.
There is official Church of England advice on Covid-19 here:
St Andrew’s has been commissioned as a Dementia Friendly Church.
This means we understand those living with dementia may have additional needs.
We hope to welcome you here, we aim to do our best to help you and we invite you to talk to us if you have any questions.
Further details from Nikola Voce, Church Administrator and Advocate for those living with dementia.