Creating Community Together

St Andrew’s N16 is both a place to gather and a group of people learning to share life together.

St Andrew’s N16: The Place

A stunning Grade II* listed building with breath-taking Victorian wall paintings and stained glass windows. A place for people to gather to admire the art and history, to meet others and to connect with the sacred.

Whether you are a church-goer or not, as part of the Church of England, St Andrew’s N16 is open for everyone, of all faiths and none. We are a place where diversity is celebrated, everyone is welcome and can feel at home.

We have Community Halls, which are newly refurbished. These will soon host a local pre-school nursery. From Autumn 2019 the halls will also available for hire. 

We have been generously supported by National Churches Trust 

St Andrew’s N16: The People

We are a small faithful and diverse group of people who are looking to share life and create community together. We celebrate and share Christ’s love. We aren’t polished or shiny and we know we are a bit rough around the edges, but we try to be real, authentic and open. 

We celebrate and affirm LGBTQ+, we welcome old and young, disabled and able-bodied and we are a rich mix of races and nationalities. We are inclusive and friendly and value difference within unity.

People come to St Andrew’s for many different reasons. Some to express or explore faith through prayer and the services. Some to connect with others to make our community better. Some are drawn by the heritage, culture and events. Some come to continue family traditions by marking life events, like christenings, weddings and funerals. 

Whatever your reason, come as you are, you are welcome. 

Let’s create community together.