Facilities and features
There is a single toilet in the church accessed via the choir vestry. See 'accessible toilet'.
There is a baby changing facility in the accessible toilet off the foyer in the church hall.
We have limited parking available to church and hall users only and a strict one-way vehicle circulation. There is more than adequate free parking available behind the parade of shops opposite, accessed via Roslin Way, with pedestrian access between the shops immediately opposite the church. See map under 'About Us'
There is an accessible toilet in the church hall off the foyer.
There is no public phone.
There is a disabled car parking space at the end of the church drive on the boundary with King's Meadow, close to the hall entrance.
A ramp is available to access the church. No ramp is needed to the church hall.
There is an induction loop in the church.
Music and Worship
A fine organ was installed by F.H. Brown of Canterbury in 1962. The previous organ had been bought from a small organ builder at Leonard Stanley nr Gloucester shortly after the church was built. With the building of the new organ, the opportunity was taken to position the console immediately behind the choir stalls. All the pipes including those of the pedal organ, are enclosed in the swell box. The instrument is constructed on the extension principle, whereby some of the pipes of one stop are used to supply part of another.
The acoustics of the building are extremely good and St Andrew's has seen performances of much sacred music over the years.
St Andrew's has a very long musical tradition and a regular choir. See St Andrew's Choir tab.
Groups, Courses and Activities
See link to 25th Bromley Scout Group under 'About Us'
Help for Visitors
The history of the church/parish is featured in Andrew Martin's book Not a Mile from Milk Street 2nd Ed published in 2012.
See link to St Andrew's Hall