Church is a little different now that we're all on lock down.
We can't meet face-to-face (and we miss you!). But we CAN meet online - and we do. Find out more below.
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During the Coronavirus COVID-19 lock down, we're meeting online via Zoom and YouTube for worship, fellowship and prayer.
We meet up at 10:15 on Sundays. We’d love to see you! To be added to our Zoom call, contact us.
Our online talks are recorded and can be found here after the meeting.
When we're not on lockdown, join us for worship every Sunday from 3:10pm - 5pm.
We meet at The Bridge on Bridge Street, Andover, SP10 1BE
(Enter via the doors for the Vine Trust book shop.)
Sundays are lively times of joyous worship and healing prayer. We meet to encounter God, entering His presence as His Spirit fills us, and sharing what He has shown us. Join us at 3PM at The Bridge, Bridge Street, Andover.
Our church nestles at the heart of Andover, and our community lies at the hart of our outreach and focus. We invest in the community in a range of ways, including prayer walks, evangelism, and serving with our brothers and sisters in Christ as part of Andover Churches Together.
How can we serve you? Do you have questions we can answer? We’re here to serve you and would love to help in any way we can. Click below to connect with us.
Our ladies meet weekly(ish) for coffee, fellowship and support. We have a mum’s support network, where we share laughter and wisdom to help us celebrate the joys and weather the trials of parenting.
Our men meet together regularly for pub trips. These relaxed, informal times together allow our men to form friendships and grow together. There is also an annual men’s getaway, where we spend a few days and nights together, learning more about each other and God’s will for us.
Are you looking for Sunday School with a difference? Tiny Treasures and Little Pips is for children aged from birth to school age. There is an area for them to play with toys where their parents can sit and still take part in the life of the service.
There’s no junior Holy Spirit. God is as interested in a relationship with your teenagers and young people as He is in you. That’s why we have youth groups tailored to curious young people who want to build a relationship with Jesus and with each other.
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Perfection is a hard target to hit. Instead of trying to change completely, let’s build safe, loving communities where people can learn how to be good people together.
In an instant it hit me – HARD. We ARE dressed up as Jesus. Wherever we go, people see Jesus. And the things we do (all of them) reflect on Him. How should we respond?
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