Bromley: St Andrew
21st April 1926 to 8th September 2022
On The Death of Her Majesty the Queen.
We offer thoughts and prayers for the life of our beloved Queen.
We thank God for her dedication and service to this country.
We thank God for her devotion to duty and for her wonderful faith.
We grieve as a nation, remembering her example and perseverance.
We pray for her family in their loss and ask for compassion in their grief.
Bless all who have served her, known her, cared for her, and kept her council.
We thank God for her wisdom, her leadership and her devotion.
May she Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory.
Please note: St Andrew’s Hall is open for users. For further information or if you wish to enquire about hiring the Church Hall please contact Frances McAlaney Phone: 07474 009644 or email: [email protected] Further hall details can be found on the left hand side menu of this page.
Please do not contact the vicar about Hall Hire.
We are currently collecting essentials for Ukraine, working with those in our local community. Please access this You Tube link to see a video on collecting these essentials for Ukraine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtHI9HJBqiw
Friends, St Andrew's is open for everyone on a Sunday Morning for worship at 10am. We will continue to maintain seat distancing and although the wearing of masks is no longer compulsory, it is recommended in communal areas, especially where there are vulnerable people present.
Please be considerate of everyone as you attend church.
These precautions are in line with the Governments guidance for public buildings, in order to prevent rising cases and transmission.
As we meet, we must remain vigilant and be careful. Please remember to arrive promptly for services to help with this.
We continue to offer sermons and thoughts as well as Bible studies and helps on this website. Please use the side menu to navigate these resources.
We ask that you are sensible about social distancing and we will continue to provide hand sanitiser by the door and request that you use this as you come in and as you leave.
Toilet facilities are available for everyone's use. Please leave them as you would like to find them.
We will continue to have single paper pages available for you to record names of loved ones you may have lost during these past months. These names, and dates if you wish to put them, will be recorded in church and placed on the altar in loving memory. We are very sorry for your loss and pray that God will be with you in your grief. Thank you.
If we can help with prayer or in other ways, then please use the contact details on this page. Please do look after yourself and others and if you want some spiritual input please look at Thought for the Day, Prayer and Worship Resources, Bible Study and the Weekly Sermon, links on the left of this page, as well as The Church of England website.
We are a friendly and welcoming church situated at the heart of our community in the northern part of the borough. We seek to provide accessible worship conducted in a relaxed style which enables those who come to feel included and 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.
The parish of Bromley St Andrew is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer (PSO) Cushla Brennan phone: 07961 718761 or 0208 8579356 or email: [email protected] Please click on "Safeguarding Policy" on the side bar to access the Policy. The Diocese of Rochester’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA) who advises our PSO. You can visit the safeguarding pages on our Diocesan website www.rochester.anglican.org/resources/safeguarding/ for additional resources. However, if you or someone you are concerned about is in immediate danger, please call the police on 999. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the DSA. You can also contact your local authority Children or Adults Services.