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Forbes Mutch
"Jesus says something very profound: He talks about how a divided house cannot stand; a divided kingdom will crumble and this is very relevant to today’s world."
Sunday 6 June.mp4
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Sermon (Forbes Mutch) Sunday 6 June 2021
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  • Recorded: 06/06/2021
  • Length: 11 minutes
  • Reference: Mark 3:20-34
BG Drone shots
Watch as we travel from ground level at the West Door of St Andrew's up to the very top of the Tower and beyond! Captured by BG Drone shots on 2 June 2021
BG Drone footage of St Andrew's 02 06 21.MOV
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  • Recorded: 02/06/2021
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Rev. Alan Stewart
"Relationship with the Trinity isn’t about denying who we are or even about fitting in – it’s about becoming more fully the person we were always meant to be."
Sunday 30 May .mp4
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Circle of Love (Rev. Alan Stewart) Trinity 30 May 2021
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Geoff Oates
Acts 2 v 2. ‘Suddenly from heaven there came a sound like the rush of a violent wind. Divided tongues, as of fire, appeared among them, and a tongue rested on each of them. And all of them were filled with the Holy Spirit….’
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Pentecost (G Oates) 23 May 2021
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  • Recorded: 23/05/2021
  • Length: 13 minutes
  • Reference: Acts 2:1-21
Rev. Alan Stewart
"Judas is traditionally considered beyond redemption; guilty of the one unforgivable crime. Well, this morning, I want to make a case for ‘Redeeming Judas’."
Sunday 16 May.mp4
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Redeeming Judas (Rev. Alan Stewart) 16 May 2021
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Rev. Bill Church
'A vine may look nice and may give shade, but its purpose is to bear fruit. Pruning is needed and branches must stay united with the vine, but that is the means not the end – the end is to bear fruit – fruit, as Jesus said, to the glory of God and fruit that will last - fruit that will go on and on, fruit that will keep its goodness over time.'
Sunday 9 May.mp4
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The Vine (Rev. Bill Church) 9 May 2021
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  • Recorded: 09/05/2021
  • Length: 9 minutes
  • Reference: John 15:8-17
Rev. Wendy Sellers
"Being a branch is an important job, and the Gospel reading warns us that not everyone will feel up to the task. As branches we will depend on both the vine grower and the vine itself. We are useless without either. But actually, the vine grower and the vine are depending on us, too. Without us the vine cannot increase. Without us our church will not grow, our faith will not grow, so that more and more people can know the love of God."
Sunday 2 May.mp4
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Vine and branches (Rev. Wendy Sellers) 2 May 2021
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Geoff Oates
" ‘I am the Good Shepherd.’ Like so much of John’s Gospel, this passage drips with rich theology. Beneath the words we hear there are meanings that would have been easy to spot for those who heard the words of Jesus when He first spoke them for, and those who read them when the Gospel was first written down. We will look at a couple of these deeper meanings, and after I’ll tell you a story..."
Sunday 25 April .mp4
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Good Shepherd (Geoff Oates) 25 April 2021
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Rev. Alan Stewart
"The truth of resurrection cannot be grasped through forensics or persuasion or even story. Resurrection can only ever be comprehended by living it."
Sunday 18 April.mp4
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Life has the Last Word (Alan Stewart) 18 April 2021
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Forbes Mutch
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Forbes' Sunday 11 April 2021 - Doubt
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  • Recorded: 11/04/2021
  • Length: 11 minutes
Hello and welcome to St Andrew's. If you are new, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
Click here to see more.

Planning your Visit

A Warm Hello 

The following information is specifically for those planning a visit so that you know, beforehand, what to expect on a Sunday morning. During the period of Covid-19, please see the information at the bottom of this page.

Where and When

We meet at the Church Building (details below) for our main Sunday Service starting at 10.30am. For your first visit, we recommend arriving 10-15 minutes early to ensure you find a parking space and can settle in before the service begins. When you arrive, you should be greeted by someone on our Welcome Team who will be wearing a Welcome Badge.

Plan your journey:
Unfortunately, St Andrew's does not have its own carpark. However, there is a council-run pay and display carpark a short distance along St Andrew Street, to the east of the church - there is no charge for parking in this carpark on Sundays, but please check for charges on other days.

This is a useful East Herts Council website page for full details of parking in Hertford.

There are single yellow lines outside the church with parking restrictions, but some 30-minute parking bays are situated on the opposite side of the road for short stays (longer on Sundays).

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Accessibility: There is wheelchair access, and a sound loop for anyone who needs it. Please let one of the Welcome Team know on your arrival and they will help you to get set up. There is a disabled toilet towards the back of the church, behind the kitchen.

Our Service

The service will usually begin promptly at 10.30am and will last between 60 and 75 minutes. We enjoy the presence of an excellent choir who help us sing hymns (modern and traditional) as well as provide anthems and special songs through the period of communion. We have a traditional organ but also benefit from music played on the piano and by our band (eg on the Second Sunday of each month when we have an All-Age Service in which our children and young people are fully involved).

Each 10.30am service includes a sermon, prayers and eucharist.

After the service, everyone is invited for coffee and conversation - some like to stay for a  quick chat while others remain in the church for a longer time.


Children and Young People

We have a great programme lined up for our children. This is organised by our Family, Children and Youth Worker, Tracy Plumpton, who is always delighted to welcome new faces. Those arriving before their first service at St Andrew’s can ask to see Tracy or one of the other leaders.

We really value worshipping God together as a family, so children stay with their parent or grown-up at the start of the service before being invited to leave for the age appropriate activities after the first hymn. You will need to go with your children to their groups and register them as part of our child safety policy.

The children and young people then return to the main service in time to join the eucharist and, if confirmed, take Holy Communion or, if not, receive a blessing.

There is a Children's Corner in church where you can go at any time. You will find books, toys and drawing materials there.

Toilet and baby-change facilities are located at the back of church, behind the kitchen.

Junior Church celebration

Getting Connected

Home Groups

While Sundays are a great way to meet new people, it is often in smaller gatherings that you can really get to know someone. Being part of one of our small groups allows you to make new friends, share together and support each other. We have a variety of groups that meet throughout the week. Check out Home Groups on our website and see if there’s one that you could join. Alternatively, speak to a member of the Welcome Team who will give you the information that you need.

Serving and Volunteering

If you want to get involved in the life of the church and help us make Sundays run smoothly, you can sign up to serve on a team. Please contact Phil in the Church Office.

What we describe above reflects our normal practice on Sunday mornings. However, since March 2020 we have had to adopt new ways of organising ourselves. For up-to-date information about current services (in church and online via Zoom), please look at details on our Worship and Prayer Page and note that when we're able to worship inside the church building, we ask you to book places at our 10.30am Sunday Service in church (book here). Everyone entering the church is asked to wear a face covering (don’t worry if you forget, we have a supply!).
Get in touch with us
If you have any questions, please do get in touch. You'll find our contact details here.

We hope that you will feel at home at our church.