About Us

A Church that exists to serve the whole Christian community in the village  and that seeks to reach different people in different ways.

A fine architectural example of its time dating from the 14th century and a prominent local landmark. Visitors always welcome. Normally open in the mornings. For photographs and a brief history please visit http://www.druidic.org/camchurch/churches/sutton.htm

St Andrew's today is part of a larger benefice and shares its incumbent with the neighbouring villages of MEPAL and WITCHAM. Together we value our diversity as well as our community, and if you are local and find that St Andrew's is not to your taste please do consider visiting our sister parishes
St Martin's in Witcham www.achurchnearyou.com/witcham-st-martin
or St Mary's in Mepal www.achurchnearyou.com/mepal-st-mary.

Safeguarding:  all three churches have adopted the House of Bishops' policy on safeguarding of children, youth and vulnerable adults, follow the Diocese of Ely's policy and procedures on safeguarding, and take very seriously our commitment to ensure the safety and flourishing of all. For further information, concerns and help on safeguarding in any of the three churches contact: the Parish Safeguarding Officer 01353 778603. You may also contact the Diocese's Safeguarding Adviser 01353 652731 and Safeguarding Officer 01353 652735. If you are concerned about immediate risk to a child or vulnerable adult please contact the local council 0345 045 1362 (children) and 0345 045 5202 (adults) and 01733 234 724 out of hours, or the police.

Our usual service pattern at St Andrew's is:-  1st & 3rd Sundays 10.30 am Parish Eucharist; 2nd & 4th Sundays 10.30 am Lay led Morning Prayer or Worship; 2nd Sunday 6.30 pm Choral Evensong. A Sunday Club during the service for children of primary school age is offered during term time.  The 10.30 am service on the 5th Sunday of a month is usually lay-led at one of the three parish churches or in the Union Chapel, Mepal.