Resources during the coronavirus

This page is designed to point you to a number of resources to help us through this crisis that is spreading around the world.

You will find contact details to give and receive support and help including running errands, telephone calls, prayer, encouragement as well as ways to keep in contact with others, video updates and other means of communication..
We believe and trust in a god who has promised to be with us always and who specialises in redeeming even the worst of situations.

Need help?

We are still working to help the community! Please email office@standrewshw.co.uk or call the church office on 01494 529668.

How can I help others?

  • We’ve set up virtual groups you can join if you want to help others
  • Here’s a form from St Andrews you can give to vulnerable people near you
  • Please email holly.robertshaw@standrewshw.co.uk if you have an idea about small groups or how we can stay connected as a community.
  • There are some local charities like One Can Trust you can give to. One Can Trust – donate

What do I do now church has stopped?

  • Sign up for Simon Dust’s daily devotional email – email office@standrewshw.co.uk and let them know if you currently are not receiving the email and would like to be added
  • Look out for the weekly videos. 10:15am Service

How do I Give?

If you would like to give to St Andrews, you can either click on ‘giving’ at the top menu bar or click here

Resources

To work out what information is true and what isn’t, try these reliable sources; including our own resources pages with helpful tips.

BBC

We’re impartial and independent, and every day we create distinctive, world-class programmes and content which inform, educate and entertain millions of people in the UK and around the world.

NHS

When people need help, our clinically safe, accessible and effective digital content aims to prompt them to take the right action at the right time.

GOV.UK

Information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in the UK, along with guidance for what to do if you think you’re at risk.

For more useful numbers Click Here

Well-being

Well-being is a combination of a person's physical, mental, emotional and social health factors. It can be linked to happiness and life satisfaction and can be described as how you feel about yourself and your life.

Children and Youth

We want to provide a place where you can have resources to share with your families at home.

Small Groups

Gathering people to connect with each other and Jesus, grow to be more obedient to Him, and serve the world with love.

Going Deeper

We would love everyone to be going deeper with God, click here for some resources and ideas on how we can do that together and individually.

Extra RESOURCES

Hills Cafe –  Our website www.hillscafe.co.uk gives the opportunity for anyone to order home cooked frozen meals for home delivery. Due to the size of our kitchen this is limited to homes in the Micklefield, Marsh and Totteridge area (see map on our website for a general idea). 

 

We are also offering fresh bread and you can even request a phone call for a social chat! In the next few days we hope to add milk, eggs and fruit to the ordering system.

 

"We believe that Books Change Lives. Let us remember that today could be the day one book is sold that changes someone’s life, maybe God might use that book mightily and bring someone into his kingdom."

For Christian resources go online to St Andrews Bookshop.

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