Online church

During the current Coronovirus troubles, the Church of England has been continuing its ministry of prayer and serving others, whenever it is not possible to hold public services. St. Andrews has had a full programme of online services, with daily meetings since the beginning of lockdown. We continue a programme of online services when our church is open, in order to support those who are not ready to return to our public meetings.

St Andrews has meetings every day that you can join online. Some of our meetings are on Zoom, and some are pre-recorded on YouTube:

Our Sunday morning services are broadcast at 11am each Sunday on Zoom. Similarly, our half-hour prayer meeting at 7pm every night is on Zoom.

You can join in our Zoom services by video link from your PC or tablet, or by audio link from a telephone. Please contact our Vicar, Rev. Christopher Hobbs (0161 291 9134), for instructions.

Our YouTube services are available to watch at any time on our YouTube channel.

Our Facebook discussion group. is a place to share shopping tips, prayer requests and anything to encourage each other during these times. It is often the quickest way to hear about what we are organising at church.

Cheadle and Cheadle Hulme Community Support Service

If anyone in the local community needs support, please do get in touch and we will try to help! We have joined with other local churches (St. Cuthberts and All Hallows), our Councillors, and volunteers to form a new support group covering the Cheadle Hulme North ward (our local council area). For non-medical help (or to support our service), phone 0161 428 3983. This helpline operates from 8am to 8pm every day, with an out-of-hours answerphone.

Remember, for medical help you should use the NHS Coronavirus service online if possible, otherwise call the NHS on 111, or in an emergency, 999.

Stockport council has a coronivirus helpline for vulnerable people: 0161 217 6046. Click here for more information.