We are a welcoming & friendly Church in the Catholic tradition, active in ministry across all age ranges and with a vibrant community focus.
Our Parish Hall provides a wide range of community services and activities and is available for individual or organisations' hire. Our site also accomodates the Scout Hut housing the 1st South West Cheshire Scout Group (The Andrews) whom we are proud to sponsor.
Tuesday 9.00am 30minute Said Eucharist in The Lady Chapel
Tuesday 6.30pm 'Open'. Discussion-based weekly session for those seeking to learn more about God, themselves & others.
Thursday 10.00am 30minute Said Eucharist in The Lady Chapel followed by tea and cakes
Sunday 8.00am 30minute Said Eucharist in The Lady Chapel (with traditional language on the 1st Sunday of the month)
Sunday 9.30am 1hour Parish Eucharist Service
1st Sunday Breaking Bread : contemporary all-age Eucharist with music group
2nd Sunday Eucharist (Nave Altar) : contemporary language with a mix of traditional & modern classic hymns (*MWKC)
3rd Sunday Sung Eucharist (High Altar) : contemporary language, sung responses, psalm & traditional hymns (*MWKC)
4th/5th Sunday Eucharist (Nave Altar) : contemporary language with a mix of traditional & modern classic hymns (*MWKC)
Sunday 4.00pm 45minute Sung Evensong (from the Book of Common Prayer & with traditional hymns) in the Choir Stalls
(* MWKC is our Making Waves Kids Club, for children of primary school age, which meets throughout our main Sunday Services in Church. Quality and fun learning, worship and creativity led by our children's ministry team. There is also a large well-resourced baby and kids' zone, with soft seating for parents and carers, for use throughout all of our Services).
Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals and Funeral Planning
It's our privilege to undertake funeral, wedding and baptism Services for those in our Parish. Please do contact us to discuss any enquiries you have regarding these offices.
Other activities in Church
Each week additional community activities take place in the Church and the Church Hall. Please ask to join our active Facebook page - Parish of Crewe:St Andrew with St John the Baptist - for further and current details.
We have a strong, active and friendly choir singing both contemporary and choral music, and are proud to be associated with the Royal School of Church Music. New members are always welcome.
St Andrew's Church was built in 1932 to a traditional design and an extension was added to the west end in matching style in the late 1960's.
To commemorate the merger of St Andrew's Parish and St John's Parish in 1994, a beautiful Bromsgrove Guild rose window, designed by A.J. Davies, was taken from St John's church building and was installed in St Andrew's in 1999.
Another associated church in the centre of Crewe, Christ Church, is currently closed and we welcomed their remaining congregation in 2013.
Plans are currently underway to create more accessible access, enhanced toilet and kitchen facilities and a redeveloped Parish and Community Centre.