Welcome to the website of St. Andrew’s with Castle Gate URC, Nottingham.

In line with national guidance, public worship is currently suspended and our halls are closed to meetings. We deeply regret the necessity for this but believe it to be the proper response to the situation facing us as a result of the coronavirus issue.

Recordings of services may be found HERE during this difficult period.

An “eNewsletter” (a newsletter shared with members by email) is being produced and is normally shared on a Wednesday or Thursday.

We will be making a special effort to update these pages regularly in the coming days.

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Recording of worship

Our video service of worship for Sunday, 24th May 2020, may be found on YouTube HERE. N.B. This recording will not be available until shortly be 11:00 on Sunday 17th May – prior to this, it will show the video as being unavailable and “private”. Order of Service: HERE The video […]

We’ll meet again – Ukuleles

By popular request… The Ukuleles of St. Andrew’s with Castle Gate United Reformed Church, Nottingham share their video of “We’ll meet again” This rendition and the video was made under self-isolating conditions in May 2020 during the week of the 75th anniversary of VE Day.  

COVID-19 current situation

13th May 2020: The church continues to share a video of worship each Sunday, with the video becoming available for viewing just before eleven o’clock on Sunday mornings. Links to videos are on our Recordings of Services page. Orders of Service are available from this page and are distributed through […]

VE Day anniversary

Friday, 8th May, was the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Out member, Ruth N, shared recollections of her experiences on VE Day with our members through our eNewsletter and, with her permission, the article is reproduced here: “It is almost impossible to find words to describe the feeling – the […]

From the front line…

Our member, Maggie B, works in the NHS. She contributed the following article for our weekly “eNewsletter” shared on 9th April 2020 and gave permission for it to be shared on the website. She writes: [I have been asked] to say a few words about my experience of the current […]

New look for this website

Our website has a new look and a new virtual home! In order to continue looking good and being easy to navigate on mobile devices, the website has a new overall appearance, but the content is essentially the same. As always, we will be glad of your feedback and encouragement.