Canterbury Food Bank

The Canterbury Food Bank seeks to provide and support families living in short-term financial crisis in the Canterbury area. Along with advice and education, donations of food and other household essentials help to make up packages which are then distributed to get these families through difficulty.

The Food Bank is a vital service that is helping to tackle the issues of poverty and hunger in the area, and here at St. Andrew’s we have a Food Bank bin (which can be found in the entrance to our church) for those willing to make a donation.

At our recent Messy Harvest and Harvest Festival service, all donations brought went directly to the Food Bank. Many thanks to those who contributed.

For more information on the Canterbury Food Bank and the work they do, please visit https://www.canterburyfoodbank.org/




Sunday Services - St Andrews Canterbury

Morning – 10.30am

The morning service continues now in the church building but addtionally for those who cannot attend in person we are still providing a service each Sunday morning via Zoom technology.

You are more than welcome to join us.

The late afternoon meeting previously held in the Church Building/on Zoom from 5.30pm has been suspended for the time being. Watch this space for more information in early 2022

To join us on Zoom please contact our Minister Rev Bernard Fidder at rev@fidder.uk well beforehand to establish the information required to connect to us.

Preachers during January

    2nd January  Val Cannon  - Communion

     9th January  King James

   16th January Rev Bernard Fidder

   23rd January Jonathan Hollander 

   30th January  Simon Redman
   
 
Littlebourne Chapel in Nargate Street

For details of worship at 3pm each Sunday please see under heading of CHURCH LIFE and scroll down to Littlebourne