About Us

We are so glad you have taken the time to find out more about St Andrew's Church Kinson.

You would be most welcome to join us when we gather as a church family. Sunday @ 9:30am is our largest gathering, with the Thursday @ 11:30am gathering more accessible to those who can't get along on weekends or who find a later start more helpful.

As well as joining us in our historic St Andrew's building, you can also watch or listen to our services online - via the home page on this website, the sermon page, or our Facebook page - St Andrews Kinson

You can also listen to a talk about Jesus, or get in contact with us anytime via this website.

St Andrew's is a welcoming community of Christians who look to God through the Bible - God's word - for instruction, and to the Holy Spirit as God’s presence to strengthen and guide us in our service of Jesus. We believe that faith in Jesus Christ affects all areas of our daily life and experience, as we realise with great joy that God has sent his one and only son to die on a cross to bring us forgiveness of our sins, peace with God, and new life. We hope that the output of our faith in Jesus is our love, our service to others and the transformation of people’s lives for Christ in our local area and beyond! 

We are an evangelical Anglican church within the Diocese of Salisbury.  We're made up of people in all stages of life – babies to retirees – and our community life reflects this variety. During this COVID period, there have been times where we will be unable to offer gatherings for worship, but we endeavour to open our church for individuals to come along, pray or just sit in the peaceful surrounding. The most up to date information can be found via our COVID-19 Updates page on this website.

When COVID-19 guidelines are such that we can open up all our buildings, there are many regular events throughout the week at the church and in people’s homes where we make and deepen friendships, pray, support each one another and study the Bible together. We are all on a journey with God and we hope that people will find healing and strength through our church and join in the work that God is doing in his world.

Our church is also committed to social justice and practical care of others at home, in our community and around the world. One of the key ways we do this is through the Kinson and West Howe Foodbank which is a ministry that is overseen by the church trustees and run by church members and local community members who volunteer across the week. You will find more information about the Kinson and West Howe Foodbank on a dedicated page on this website.