Welcome to St Andrew's

Welcome to St Andrew's

We hope this will help you to connect with the church family. We have a vision to be God’s transforming presence for the town of High Wycombe and beyond. We are a church that doesn’t just exist for ourselves, but we seek to give away all that God has given to us. We gather to worship, to pray, open God’s word, meet with God and be filled afresh by the power of the Holy Spirit. We want to grow as disciples of Jesus, build community, to play our part in making disciples, and to be family.  

Our heart is to serve the least, the last and the lost as Jesus did. We do this through a wide range of community groups, courses, working in partnership with others across the town whenever we can. And we scatter as individual light bearers, as peacemakers, as joy-bringers, serving our town and communities wherever God sends us to be culture-setters, world changers and Jesus-followers.  

 We look forward to joining you on the journey! 

 Simon and Debbie Dust 

Come along Sunday

St Andrew’s is a place for everyone and every family – come join us on Sunday at 10:15am. Follow the link below to find out more about what to expect, where to find us and what’s on offer for children and youth.

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Our Vision

Learn more about the vision of St Andrew’s church


Learn about our small groups and missional communities


See what events we have coming up in the future

Have Questions about Christianity?

Explore life biggest questions by joining an Alpha course.

Alpha is an opportunity to explore the big questions of life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment.

Each session includes a short video and a discussion where you can share your thoughts and ask any questions.

There’s no pressure and no follow up.

What have you got to lose?

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Get Connected

Help us to get to know you better & find ways to help you get connected by filling in our connect form.

Meet the Team

Simon & Debbie Dust,
Lead Pastors

Simon has been the vicar of St Andrew’s Church since July 2008. Simon is married to Debbie. They have three children and met each other at St Andrew’s church at the age of 10! Simon is a keen football supporter including both Liverpool and Wycombe Wanderers and likes to play golf.

Debbie is married to Simon and has also been on the team since 2008! Debbie oversees our outreach and welcome ministries. Debbie enjoys swimming, walking, watching films, reading a good book, spending time with friends & family and is loving being a grandparent.

Ant Dixon, Associate Minister

Ant is married to Amy, and they have two daughters Felicity and Iris. Ant’s responsibilities at St Andrew’s include overseeing Sunday teams, missional communities and small groups, 20s-30s, prayer, funerals and weddings and mentoring. In addition to this he is lead chaplain at South Bucks Hospice and a governor at the C of E School. In his spare time Ant enjoys board games, pub walks in the Chilterns and a good book.

Simon Russell, Curate

Simon is married to Hanna and they have 3 young boys, Judah, Ezra and Micah. In his life before St. Andrew’s Simon was a youth worker for different charities and churches as well as working in outdoor education before that. He loves adventure and being outdoors (particularly with his family), is a keen mountain biker, loves a good Netflix series and is a sucker for new technology.

Chris Coyston, Children & Families Pastor

Chris is married to Sue; they have 3 children. Chris was the Children and Youth Pastor at Wealdstone Baptist Church and before that was the National Children’s Director for the Apostolic Church. In his spare time Chris is a big Liverpool FC fan, likes to be out on his Kayak, enjoys running completing the London Marathon a few years ago. Chris also has a passion for leading worship and playing one of his many, many guitars.

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Jamie Mitchell, Youth Pastor

Jamie joined as Youth Pastor in January 2024 and is married to Ruth. He is a keen sports fan and plays football for a local team. Before joining he previously worked in a secondary school and enjoys spending time with family. Jamie is originally from Northern Ireland before moving to England in 2016.

Holly Robertshaw, Pastoral Lead

Holly is married to Jonny and they have two Children Ellie and James. She enjoys doing lots of things together as a family such as sailing and socialising with friends. She also enjoys watching tennis, reading books and is a Governor at her children’s school.

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Liezl de Wouters, Operations Manager

Liezl and husband Anthony moved to the UK from South Africa. She thinks cats should rule the world, loves travelling and enjoys trying new food from different cultures.

Angela McInerney, Finance Administrator

Angela is responsible for the smooth running of the day to day finances of the church. She is married to James and has two children.

Bob Cook, Maintenance Manager

Bob is married to Joe, they and their two daughters are long standing members of St Andrew’s. When Bob isn’t fixing or painting something, he enjoys listening to music, particularly his vinyl’s.

Dawn d'Silva, Caretaker

Originally starting as a volunteer for 10 years for our community Lunch Club, Dawn has officially joined the team in 2023. You can find our new Caretaker in the wee hours putting out 300 odd chairs while listening to Linkin Park. When she’s not working, Dawn loves making sculpture art and anything creative.

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Ready to Find out More?

We regularly host a newcomers' lunch where you can learn more about who we are.