Bromley: St Andrew, Bromley

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We are a friendly and welcoming church.  We seek to provide beautiful and dignified worship conducted in a relaxed style which enables the participant to feel included and able to come close to God in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit.  We want to be of service to people in our neighbourhood so please feel that you can come and engage with us or ask us to come and see you.


        Click on items in the right hand column to find detailed information about our Hall, about our activities week by week as well as a range of photos

Our Ministry Team

On 15th March 2016 The Revd Julie Bowen became Vicar of St Andrew's.    Before that she was Curate at St John's Church, Bexley. Her post at St Andrew's is half time so she divides her time between St Andrew's and her duties as Chaplain of St Olave's School, Orpington.

Julie is a qualified teacher and has considerable parish experience.  She is married to Revd Gareth Bowen, Vicar of St Martin's, Barnhurst, and has two teenage sons. 

We are immensely fortunate to have the continued pastoral support of Revd Elizabeth Davis as Assistant Priest.  The Revd Angela King continues to minister with us occasionally as well as in other Parishes.


CAR PARKING:   Kindly note that car parking in the church/hall grounds is very limited.  Parking is available either in Burnt Ash Lane (unrestricted after 6.30 p.m.) OR in the large  free car-park behind the shops opposite the church. Access is via Roslin Way (turn right just before the allotments)  with pedestrian access to the chuch via the passageway between the shops opposite the church.

Links to St Andrew's Hall, St Andrew's Choir, The Friends of St Andrew's, St Andrew's Women's Guild, BADA, BOeS, The Deanery and 25th Bromley Scout Group on the right hand side of this page.

Not a Mile from Milk Street 2nd Ed. published in 2012 by Andrew Martin, a local history of the parish and immediate locality,  is available price £11.95 from Minns Stores, immediately opposite the church, from Sundridge Park Post office, from Bromley Central Library Local Studies Department or from Amazon.  A reference copy is available at the back of the church.  Proceeds from sale of the book are going to the Friends of St Andrew's towards the cost of re-building St Andrew's Hall.



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The Revd Julie Bowen
93, Pelham Road,
Kent DA7 4LY
07775 674503 (Vicar) or 020 8290 5172 (Ann-Marie Martin Church Warden)

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Family and All-age Eucharist
This is our most informal Eucharist. We usually make use of Powerpoint and our Eucharist takes place at our modern nave altar, specially made for St Andrew's. The choir sit near the congregation and we try to include all ages in our gospel message. We sing hymns rather than worship songs. Young people and adults participate in the worship.
Every first Sunday at 10:00 AM for 50 minutes
Family Friendly Creche Refreshments Common Worship
Parish Eucharist
This is our normal, weekly parish Eucharist which we aim to conduct in a relaxed but dignified way with a certain amount of traditional ritual. We have a committed choir who sing an anthem most weeks. We very occasionally have incense. Members of the congregation participate by reading from the Bible, doing intercessions (prayers) and acting as chalice assistants as well as serving (carrying candles and the cross).
Every second third fourth and fifth Sunday at 10:00 AM for 1 hour
Family Friendly Creche Sunday School Refreshments Common Worship


Andy's Pop-In
This is a friendly weekly group for the active elderly, both men and women. It meets in the church hall. During the afternoon you can play Scrabble, or other table games or try your hand at table tennis, snooker or indoor bowls. A large mug of tea or coffee is provided during the afternoon with either biscuits or cake. Please phone Kath Goodwin on 020-8325-8863 for more details. Cost 2.00 per 3 hour session.
Every Tuesday at 2:00 PM for 150 minutes


Coffee and cakes
We offer a warm and friendly welcome to anyone who would like to come in and meet us in a cafe setting at the back of the church. Coffee or tea are free and there are also cakes and biscuits, marmelade and books for sale. Do come and visit!
Every Saturday at 9:30 AM for 2 hours
Family Friendly Refreshments
Quiet Space
The church is usually open for silent, individual prayer. If you wish to speak to someone there is someone available.
Occasionally it is not possible to keep the church open at this time. We apologise if you come on one of these occasions.
Every Saturday at 12:00 PM for 1 hour


Stained Glass


Start! has been used and Emmaus material is used as well.
Cafe / Restaurant
Church Open The church is open on Saturday mornings from 9.30 - 11.30am for refreshments including coffee and cakes, with books/cds/dvds for sale and around service times. For peace and prayer the church is open from 12 - 1pm on Saturdays.

Foodbank or foodbank collection point
Hall for Hire Contact Mrs Kath Goodwin, Hall Bookings Manager on (020)8325 8863
Other information
Incumbent: The Revd Julie Elizabeth BOWEN
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 9819
Diocesan ID: B2801
Built: 1929 Consecration 10th May 1931
Architect: Sir Charles Nicholson
Style of worship: Modern Catholic
Our Patron: Bishop of Rochester
Archdeaconry: BROMLEY and BEXLEY (311)
Deanery: BROMLEY (31102)
Benefice: Bromley St Andr (31/030 W)
Parish Legal Name: St. Andrew, Bromley (310020 )
CofE Church Info: (631020 31/20)
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The current editor is: Andrew Martin

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This page was last updated on Tuesday 11th July 2017
Bromley: St Andrew : 134A Burnt Ash Lane, Bromley, Kent, BR1 5AF - St Andrew's is on the northern edge of Rochester Diocese opposite the shops in Burnt Ash Lane, the road which goes to Grove Park Station. Parking is available at the church or behind the shops via Roslin Way.

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