As we continue to pray and discuss the future of our gatherings in line with COVID-19 guidelines, our building will open for public worship in a limited capacity, attendance is by invitation only. Our Sunday worship will also be streamed live from the building, and you will continue to find lots of resources and content right here on our Online Church page. Join us on Facebook, catch up via YouTube, listen to our Podcast and much more.
Visit our Channel
Visit and subscribe to our YouTube channel where you can access our Sunday Morning Worship and Wednesday Evening Prayer at anytime. You can also check out 'St. Andrews Family Time' for those of you with young families.
We are working on additional content so do check back often.
Diocese of Liverpool
Content from our wider family from across the Diocese of Liverpool
Bishop Paul Bayes
Short reflections on Gospel readings from Bishop Paul, and more.
St Helens Parish Church
Short morning and evening reflections and Sunday gatherings
Additional Online Resources
Here are some links to various online resources that you may find useful:
Online resources from our Town Centre Team partners
Combined resources from the churches of St Helens
Church of England daily liturgical prayer
Resources for prayer when public worship is not possible
Ignation: Daily reflection, bible readings, music, time to reflect
A daily devotional resource from the 24/7 Prayer Movement that helps you engage with scripture to inspire prayer and shape your life
Regular weekly podcast exploring how we can do church in 2020 and interviews with a variety of pioneers and theologians
A variety of sermons are available for you to listen to
From the Baptist Union, providing a 15 minute video every day as a tour through the bible
Prayers from the Church of England website
Radio programmes will be using some of the themes from #LiveLent as part of their broadcasts
Each day the Church of England audio and text of the prayer for the day
Watch live streams of services from a range of churches
Offering advice on how to help your wellbeing if self isolating