St Andrews Church Brigstock
St Andrews Church meets in an historic building in the middle if the village of Brigstock. The services use a form of contemporary Anglican liturgy, and are usually Holly Communion with a variety of hymns/songs accompanying the worship.
With regards to the building the most interesting feature is that of a rare and intact Tower dating from the Saxon era. Below are our regular service details and our forthcoming special events.
Second Sunday of each month @ 10am - Holy Communion based on Church of England Common Worship with hymns/songs to accompany the liturgy. All are welcome to our services, and if you are not used to taking communion you may come forward for a simple blessing or remain seated during the sharing of bread and wine.
Every Thursday @ 10am - Holy Communion as above with a very relaxed and more laid back 'midweek feel'.
Fifth Sunday in a month - As advertised. Whenever there is a fifth Sunday in the month we join with our other local Churches for worship. This varies in content and venue and is advertised accordingly.
Other Events and Activities
-- Carols by Candle-light 4.30pm. Traditional Carols and Readings to celebrate the Christmas message
-- Christingle Service on Christmas Eve 5.30pm
-- First Communion of Christmas on Christmas Eve 10.30pm