St. Andrew’s Church has been serving God in the community of Eastern Green since 1875 and more recently Allesley Green and Bannerbrook Park. Our purpose as a church is:
- To encounter the life changing God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, through prayer, worship and bible study
- To make disciples of Jesus
- To serve those in need especially in our own local community as if they were Jesus
The Church is open to visitors every day from 9am till 5pm. Why not come inside and have a look at this beautiful late Victorian building? It is a very peaceful place simply to sit and pray.
St. Andrew’s Church, Church Lane, Eastern Green, Coventry CV5 7BX, England
If you need to report a safeguarding concern then please contact:
Parish Safeguarding Officer and Children’s Advocate:
Tel No: 024 7646 8535
Diocesan Safeguarding Team
024 7652 1345
Our bi monthly service for primary school aged children and parents takes place next on Thursday 19th September at 4pm.
Drinks, toast, games and craft from 3.15pm.
This week’s theme: the feeding of the 5,000 led by Greg.
Social Dates for your Diary
Queen Tribute Evening
Saturday 5th October at 7.30pm at Massey Ferguson Social Club.
Tickets cost £15 and are now available from Rosemarie Over on 07778 397284.
Saturday 12th October from 1 – 3pm
Songs and tales with Jonathan Veira
Saturday 16th November at 7.30pm at Massey Ferguson Social Club.
Tickets cost £15 and are now available in church or from Julie on 07756 918847.
Click here for details of our social events
Rock Solid is back and bigger than ever! Launching on Sunday 15th September, Rock Solid will run on every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from 6-7.30pm for 9-14 year olds at Kenthurst Scout Hut. Each session we’ll have lots of fun and learn a lot about ourselves and faith. There will be some food provided so we are asking for £1 entry fee. Please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an online registration form. Paper copies will be available on the night.
If you are a child at heart but don’t quite fit the age group, then why not volunteer and help lead the sessions with us? To get further information on this please e-mail: email@example.com
On Saturday September 14th, walkers from St Andrew’s and St Andy’s will be following the Shakespeare Avon Way, visiting 8 different churches, and covering a total of 34 miles of country lanes and fields: From Bubbenhall to Bidford. We are raising money for Kidz Klub, Tile Hill and the Church. Anyone is welcome to join us even if only to do one leg of 3-4 miles. Please contact Greg on firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Pledges of sponsorship can also be sent to this address.
The Church is seeking to raise funds for its children and youth ministry. Kidz Klub, Tile Hill, do amazing work with primary school aged children, sharing the good news of Jesus with kids from challenging backgrounds. Your sponsorship would make an incredible difference. The link to the online sponsorship page is:
St Andrew’s Church Light Lunch
A group for those recently bereaved to meet and share with others who have been through a similar experience. We have a light lunch (soup and a dessert) and time to talk to share experiences and support one another.
The group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 12 noon to 1.30pm at St. Andrew’s Church, Church Lane, Eastern Green.
Everyone is welcome. For further information please call Sue Masters on 07958 322026
Dates for 2019
Our next book club meeting is on Saturday 16th November from 9.30-11am in the vicarage. Everyone is welcome to come along. The book we are reading is: Searching for Sunday by Rachel Held Evans and this is an opportunity to discuss the book and gain insight from others. In the book ‘the author embarks on a quest to find out what it really means to be part of the Church. Centred around seven sacraments, Evans quest takes readers through a liturgical year with stories about baptism, communion, confirmation, confession, marriage, vocation, and death that are funny, heart-breaking, and sharply honest. A memoir about making do and taking risks, about the messiness of community and the power of grace, Searching for Sunday is about overcoming cynicism to find hope.’ Each person will need a copy of the book (or access an audio version of the book) and need to have read it, or some of it before we meet.
If you are interested please speak with Greg or Sue Masters.
Pram Service has recently had a bit of a review, we have updated its format slightly
and changed its name to Tots Praise!
It is still running every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month all year round
and doors still open at 8.45am.
If you arrive between 8.45am and 9.30am there will be time for some tea, toast and toys followed by the same style baby/toddler service full of action songs, instruments, a bible story, prayers and ending with a craft activity which ends the service.
Tots Praise is a perfect way to introduce babies and toddlers to church whilst sharing such precious times with your little ones.
For enquiries please contact Julie on 07756 918847 or
Here are some photos from St Andrew’s Songs of Praise service
|Vicar & Curate|
|Greg Smith (Vicar)||Phil Richardson (Curate)|
|Email: email@example.com||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tel No: 024 7642 2856||Tel No: 07747 776230|
|Church Warden||Church Warden|
|Becky Crowe||Nick Tooby|
|Email: email@example.com||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tel No: 07875 552518||Tel No: 07951 925772|
Youth and Children’s Worker:
Emma Wildman – currently on maternity leave
Carys Egner – post covering maternity leave commencing 1st August
Tel No: 07714 167944
Parish Administrator: Julie Crow
Te No: 07756 918847
(Mon & Wed 8am – 2pm & Fri 8am – 12 noon for baptism enquiries, all general enquiries and church bookings)