We are an Anglican church situated just outside the city centre of Hanley, Stoke-on-on-Trent.
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Our aim is to see the Kingdom of God extended from the church into our community.
On a Sunday we meet together as a church family of all ages and backgrounds.
At 8:30 am each week we have a Holy Communion service which is a time for quiet reflection and hearing the word of God.
Our main morning worship is at 10 am, our services vary each week. We cater for younger ones too during this service. Childrens group G-Force 5-10 year olds meet in  the church hall, and a creche is available in church for younger ones. – All our childrens leaders and helpers have gone through all child protection procedures.

We are privileged to have a gifted worship band who leads us in contemporary music which moves us into the presence of our amazing God. As we believe in a God who reveals himself in the life and works of Jesus Christ we aim to display his character in all we do and say through St Andrew’s.
The word of God is preached faithfully in a way that is relevant to our lives and needs today, and we believe in a Jesus who breaks into situations by bringing salvations, healing, and wholeness through the power of the Holy Spirit. Prayer for healing is offered each time we meet.
We have seen him change, restore and heal many lives.
The church is a place to be equipped for taking the Good News out and St Andrew’s has ongoing discipleship training so that the whole church can grow and use the gifts the Holy Spirit has given us to bless each other and take his Kingdom into the parish.

Our Mission Statement is:

To be open to receive;
God’s loves for ourselves and others,
God’s power for evangelism, for healing,
for serving,
God’s direction for change for our community.

Phil Dabbs is our Children and Young People’s Worker and co-ordinator. Phil has a great team of leaders and helpers who run our children and young people’s groups – see Youth & Children’s pages. You can contact Phil via the Contact page.