Currently (January 2021) the curch is closed for Sunday public worship and private prayer.
We are a welcoming, growing group of people, working out what it means to be a Christian in today's world. In the light of the events of 2020, this has become central to our thinking for the future. In particular, how we build upon and grow the wide links already established in the community of Immingham. These links include the schools, 4 primary, including a Church of England School, and 1 secondary, the residential care homes, and the uniformed service youth groups, as well as the Royal Britiah Legion. We also work alongside our Christian sisters and brothers in Immingham as part of Churches Together in Immingham.
We extend a warm welcome to all who visit us. St Andrew's has a light, warm and prayerful atmosphere. Although the building is over 800 years old, we have a flexible space, a modern heating system, toilet and a refreshment area.
The Vicar is Revd Julie Donn assisted by Revd Jon Glossop, Assistant Priest (OLM), Mr Malcolm Knapp , Licensed Lay Minister (Reader) and Mr Jake Pass, Authorised Lay Minister and Mission to Seafarers Chaplain to the Humber Ports.
Our worship usually follows Common Worship but given the current local, national and global situation, will change.
For any enquiries with regard to Christenings and Weddings please use the contact details on the Get in touch page.
The churchyard is closed except for the burial of ashes. (Immingham Cemetery can be found in nearby Mill Lane). The churchyard does contain war graves and these are tended to by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
First recorded as on land given by the Percy Family to the Nunns of Nunn Appleton near Tadcaster, our 800 year old history holds many surprises. There is a monument to the Pilgrim Fathers in the park opposite the church. Some passed through the area on their first outbound trip to Holland and, by tradition, sheltered in the church porch.