Church of England Diocese of Rochester St. Andrew, Bromley

About Us

We are a friendly and welcoming church at the heart of our community.  We seek to provide accessible and relaxed worship 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.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    PLEASE SCROLL DOWN the left hand column to find SERVICES AND EVENTS for up to date and current information. You can also click on the links to find detailed information about groups and buildings connected to the church such as the Church Hall and the Friends of St Andrew's.

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 come to us on occasion as well as to other Parishes.

Contacts:

Revd Julie Bowen 07775 674503 [email protected]

Revd Liz Davis 020 8460 4672 [email protected]

Churchwardens:

Peter Dulley 020 8325 7656 [email protected]

Ann-Marie Martin 020 8290 5172 [email protected]

Hall Bookings: [email protected]

Burning Bush (St Andrew’s parish newspaper) contact Revd Liz Davis

CAR PARKING:   Kindly note that car parking in the church/hall grounds is limited.  Additional 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.


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, from Waterstones, The Glades, Bromley 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  and maintaining St Andrew's Hall.