St Andrew's, Anderby
St. Andrew's is a lovely small Church located at the South end of the village in its Churchyard about a mile from the A52 junction.
A regular congregation of 5-10 meets for worship each Sunday at 9.15am. Services are in modern language and are Communion or Morning Worship (led by a Lay Minister). Social distancing is being observed and we are making every effort to be "covid-secure".
In normal times our singing is sometimes accompanied by our harmonium.
Everyone is most welcome to all our services.
From time to time we have a special evening service (Songs of Praise) - at Christmas this is accompanied by the popular Alford Silver Band.
Please note that St. Andrew's can be chilly in Winter and does not have toilet facilites; access for wheelchairs and mobility scooters is not easy, especially in wet conditions
Various parish social events take place in Anderby Village Hall.
In addition to the Churchyard around St. Andrew's there is a small extension on the opposite side of Rectory Road as well as a Cemetery (run by Anderby Town Council) where most burials now take place.
For more information about St. Andrew's please contact one of the clergy (see the Contacts page) or the Warden:
Miss Shirley Fields