St Andrew's Garrison Church


St Andrew's Garrison Church welcomes all.
Regular activities:
-Refreshments are served after the Sunday Service.
-Badminton (from September to May). New players are welcome including complete beginners. Equipment and refreshments are available.
-Choral & musical instrumental performances

Service times:
-Sunday Service is held at 11.00am
-Remembrance Sunday is held at 10.45am
-Christmas Eve Watchnight Service is held at 11.30pm
-Christmas Day Morning service is held at 10.00am or 10.30am depending on the year.
-Services are available to view via Zoom. Please contact the church for details.
-Communion Service is held four times per year (either Easter Sunday or the second Sunday in April, plus the second Sundays in January, July and October at 11.00am)

About St Andrew's Garrison Church

As an army church, St Andrew’s is not officially part of the Church of Scotland; however it has strong links with it. During its history, most of its ministers have been ordained Church of Scotland ministers. The main hymn book is Church Hymnary 4, the current Church of Scotland’s hymn book. In addition to being a church used by a number of regiments and corps of the British army, the church also draws many of its congregation from non-military people who come from various parts of North Hampshire and West Surrey for the Church of Scotland style service.

Find out more

St Andrew's Garrison Church

01252 328 581




Queens Avenue
Hampshire GU11 2BY

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