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Welcome to St Andrews

We are a friendly, caring, active church at the heart of the community and offer you a warm welcome to join us. You will find us here on Sundays and throughout the week, young and older, children and teenagers, singles and families.
We're in Bilston Street, Sedgley on the other side of the road from Queen Victoria primary school. Our car park is accessible from Castle Street (first turning on left if you've entered Bilston Street from High Street).
The church is used for services, concerts and larger events; it is linked with our community premises, on two floors with rooms of various sizes, and kitchen facilities. Most of the rooms can be hired on an hourly or sessional basis. There are accessible toilets, wide doors and a lift to the upper floor.


The uniformed organisations for young people are thriving at St Andrews: Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts all meet during the week. There is a playgroup for pre-schoolers on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and Mums & Tots meet on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

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