We believe that God’s love is for everyone, no matter who we are or what we have done.
We are told by those who visit that we’re open, positive, supportive, and somewhere that many in Roundhay – members or not – call “my church”.
St Andrew’s activities and spiritual life attract over a thousand people each week. We are a strong and growing presence in the area, with a real passion for sharing God’s love with all people.
Come and visit. Whether it be for worship on a Sunday morning, Badminton on a Thursday, or Parents and Toddlers on a Friday, you are sure of a warm welcome at St Andrew’s, Roundhay.
Wishing you every blessing.
May all who make their way to St Andrew’s sense God’s presence and find peace and purpose for life.
Thought for the Week
Beyond all question, the mystery of godliness is great: He appeared in a body, was vindicated by the Spirit, was seen by angels, was preached among the nations, was believed on in the world, was taken up in glory. —1 Timothy 3:16
Why would Jesus do it? How did he do it? How was he “God with us” and still in “human flesh”? We cannot fully comprehend it, but he was! The Son of God was also Jesus of Nazareth, born and placed in a manger and crucified on a cross. But he was raised from the dead and shown to be God’s Son with power. He was seen by angels, both on earth after his resurrection and in heaven at the throne of God. He has been preached and believed on by people all over the world. The glory that he has he will one day show and share with us. If you want to understand godliness, then you begin with Jesus!
Prayers for healing are held in term time 7pm on Tuesdays. We also have at 9:15 am on Thursdays (Time with God) in the Narthex (main church entrance) everyone is welcome.
Requests for prayer may be emailed to email@example.com marking the email ‘prayer request’.
A prayer for God’s Presence:
May the love of God surround me
the peace of God infuse me
the grace of God travel with me
this day, and my life through.