Calendar of events for 2018 our 40th Anniversary. all are welcome:

9-Mar Brass Band Concert 7pm Tickets £5
10-Mar Café Church 10am

31-Mar Coffee morning 10am Hardman Centre
1-Apr Easter Breakfast 9am following 8:30 worship
14-Apr Café Church 10am
21-Apr 70's night 7pm Meal and Quiz
28-Apr Coffee morning 10am Air Ambulance
20-May Anniversay lunch12 midday Following Worship 10:30am 

26-May Coffee morning 10am Christian Aid
9-Jun Bar-b-que   Community party
30-Jun Coffee morning  10am RNLI
5-Jul Holy Island and Seahouses £20 including fish and chips at Seahouses

£5 deposit required to reserve a seat
14-Jul Summer Fair 2pm

25-Aug Coffee morning 10am Autism Centre
29-Sep Coffee morning 10am Quilts for Comfort
27-Oct Coffee morning 10am West Harton Drop In
4-Nov Shoe Box Service 10:30
24-Nov Christmas Fair 10am
8-Dec Simeon Wood Concert
7-Dec Christmas tree and Crib Festival
8-Dec Christmas tree and Crib Festival
9-Dec Christmas tree and Crib Festival
21-Jan-19 Family Committee meeting 10am
26-Jan Coffee morning 10am NECC
23-Feb Coffee morning 10am UNICEF
30-Mar Coffee moring 10am  Northumbria Blood Bikes

St. Andrews hosted an exhibition of the 'Knitted Bible' stories, created by hand and loaned from St. George's URC in Hartlepool. The exhibition took place in September 2014.
33 of the best-known stories in the Bible are debicted and everyone who sees them will be able to understand and enjoy them – and may discover some detail that they had forgotten or never noticed before – whilst learning more about God and his love for this world and its people. View the Image Gallery

Crib Festival 2011 
St. Andrews hosted its very first Crib Festival in November 2011. Depicting scenes from the nativity story, local schools, friends and groups  joined church members in making and showing tableaux that captured the Christmas story. 

In December 2010, deep in snow (!) St. Andrews hosted its second ever Christmas Tree Festival. The hardy organisers battled the weather conditions to make sure the event was successful.

St. Andrews first Christmas Tree Festival began life as an idea to transform the traditional Christmas Fair. The Festival brought together community groups in partnership with their church to celebrate the story of Christmas. The event was very successful, and not only generated much local interest in St. Andrews, raising our profile, but also succeeded in raising funds for the church.