Welcome to St Andrew's Church Radcliffe

  • We are a lively parish church in the northern part of Radcliffe, representing a Charismatic Evangelical tradition. We are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Manchester. (To find out more about the Diocese of Manchester, you can look at its monthly magazine, Crux view here.)

    We aim to be a friendly church and have lots going on for people of all ages. We are also an outward looking church and want to serve and bless the local community.

    As a church family we want all people to know Jesus and the Good News He came to bring, the news that brings life and hope. We believe that God wants all people to know Him, and to know and experience the empowerment of the Holy Spirit so that they can live a fulfilled and purposeful life.

    You may be looking for a new church home, or searching for answers to life's questions. No matter what your situation we are here to try and help you. We look forward to seeing you sometime.

    To find out more about us please do browse our site. You can see what's happening, or you can view and print this week's 'Grapevine', our weekly newsletter. If you use social media then why not follow us on facebook and if you would like to help us fundraise through your online shopping please use: 

    www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/standrewsradcliffe.

    Details on how to register are on our 'donations' page.

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                                                May the Lord bless you.

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    Baptism and Christening (Thanksgiving) Preparation Session
    If you are interested in having your child baptised or christened in 2018, please do come along to our preparation session in church on Sunday 19th November, 1-2pm. Here we will go through what happens in these services and what the meaning of them is.
    (Please note that at this time we can not guarantee that there will not be building work taking place in the church at the time of your child's baptism). 

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  • Daily Message

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