Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be raising free donations for St Andrew’s with easyfundraising?
There are over 4,000 shops and sites on board ready to make a donation – including eBay, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS, Booking.com and M&S – and it won’t cost you a penny extra to help us raise funds.
All you need to do is:
1. Go to https://bit.ly/3jixN4i and join for free.
2. Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first to find the site you want and start shopping.
3. After you’ve checked out, the retailer will make a donation to St Andrew’s at no extra cost to you whatsoever!
There are no catches or hidden charges and St Andrew’s will be really grateful for your donations.
Thank you for your support.
We are now open on a Sunday for a screened pre-recorded service at 10.30am
Please note that we are COVID secure, and are therefore following government guidance.
This means face coverings must be worn at all times, social distancing must be maintained and you are required to sign in for NHS Test & Trace purposes. Posters displaying the necessary information are clearly displayed at the entrances.
Please click the image below to download a copy of the NHS app information pamphlet.
The URC has a daily devotion section which you may find helpful
URC Daily Devotions
Key Contacts & Information
Please consider donating to help
St Andrew's work together with the
local community. Thank you
If you have the PayPal app on your phone
you can scan the code below to
make a donation!
Minister: Rev Tim Lowe
0113 269 7002
For general church enquiries
For baptisms, weddings and funerals: Rev Tim Lowe
Contact details as above
For room bookings
or 07584 269535
For children and youth work
For finance and Christian giving
For information or queries relating to this website
Church Charity No. 1129283 (For our place on the Charity Commission Website, please click here)
Our Safeguarding Policies can be found here
St Andrew’s is a Dementia Friendly Church and we are part of the Leeds Dementia Alliance
What is Church?
From the early days Christians gathered together to worship God, support one another in fellowship and share the love of God. These gatherings became known as ‘church’, from the Greek meaning ‘assembly’. Church is often thought of as a building, but for Christians the more significant understanding is a congregation of God’s people with Christ’s presence in the midst.
There are three main branches of the Christian Church, Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant. The United Reformed Church (URC) is a member of the worldwide Reformed Church, which is a part of the Protestant branch.
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