We are very pleased, this Sunday, to be able to begin meeting together again in person. We are beginning this process very carefully and gradually, and still have to operate under constraints, so we hope that you will bear with us as we work out how best to meet together as the church family in Northaw and Cuffley.
Initially, we will be restarting our 8:30am Sunday services of Holy Communion; these will be in St Thomas, Northaw. More details.
Each of the buildings will still be open for two hours during the week. As we start to see how the buildings are being used, and how we can keep everyone safe, we will look to open them for longer periods.
St Andrew's, Cuffley will be open on Monday afternoons from 4pm to 6pm. St Thomas', Northaw will be open on Thursday mornings from 10am to 12pm.
Although our buildings are shut to keep everyone safe, the church is not closed!
Our church is a group of local people who have been brought together into a family to follow Christ together, learn together, and pray together; we are now doing this online. Currently, we have a short service on Sunday mornings, via Facebook, we'd love you to join us. We also upload the audio from the services to SoundCloud.
To help us communicate a little better during this period, we've put together a temporary website. We'll keep this site updated as the situation changes and develops. To be added to our contact database, please complete the online form.
We are looking at ways that we can provide support to our local community and key workers during the COVID-19 lockdown. If you would like to ask for, or offer, support, please contact us.