St Andrew's, Yardley Hastings


The tower is the oldest part of St Andrew's dating from the 13th century and incorporates the remains of a Norman wall. The main body of the church was largely rebuilt in Victorian times. The interior contains fixed wooden pews and a meeting room with independent heating and lighting. Notably, in the chancel there is a William Morris stained glass window.

Services take place at St Andrew's as follows

1st Sunday 4pm Worship for All, followed by tea & cake

2nd Sunday 9am Holy Communion followed by tea, coffee & biscuits

3rd Sunday 4pm Book of Common Prayer Evening Prayer

4th Sunday 11am All Age Eucharist with Sunday Club, coffee & croissants from 10.30am

5th Sunday Benefice Service (see calendar for details).



Toilet Twinning Coffee Morning...

Our young people’s coffee morning, which they organised in response to their 'Mission Impossible Challenge' set for Lent, was to twin the toilet in the church.  Come along to our 11am service on Easter Sunday to find out if they achieved it!