Our Churches


St Saviour’s Parish Church

Our beautiful Parish Church is the centre of our Christian worship and the focus for Christian community life.

On an average Sunday, around 300 people attend worship at St Saviour’s. Around 60 of these are children. We offer opportunities to worship on Sundays in a variety of styles – both formal and less formal – and we welcome a wide range of people to these services. At St Saviour’s, we are able to combine the vibrancy of a large church community with a friendly ‘family’ feel.

In addition, we have a number of quiet midweek services, with a more reflective feel. The Church is also open and quiet from 9.00am till 12.30pm, Monday to Friday, each week. Access is through the parish centre. Anyone who feels they would like some space alone with God is welcome.

Our Church regularly welcomes groups from schools and elsewhere for special services, and often hosts musical and other events. We warmly invite you to join us for worship, on Sundays or during the week, or for one of the other events taking place in our church.

Adjacent to our Parish Church is our Parish Centre, opened in 2005 and popular as a venue for many community and church events.


St Andrew’s Church Centre

Forty years ago, our parish community opened St Andrew’s, a small community church at a site on the Noctorum housing estate, on the geographical edge of our parish.  Today, a small community continues to meet there once a month, at 2.00pm on the first Sunday of each month, to celebrate Holy Communion. Worship at St Andrew’s has a more informal feel.

St Andrew’s has a multipurpose worship area, with a church hall alongside it. The hall is used by a number of organisations, and is also available for hire.