St. Andrew's with Castle Gate United Reformed Church Welcome to the website of our city centre church in Nottingham.

St. Andrew’s with Castle Gate United Reformed Church

Welcome to the website of our city centre church in Nottingham.

Our main service of worship is on Sunday mornings beginning at 11 am.
(During worship, there is a crèche and activities for children and young people.)
Do join us – all are welcome – and, if you are not able to join us in person, we live-stream our services on our YouTube channel HERE.

We have many other activities during the week – follow the links above to find out about these, worship at our church and our commitment to serving the community.

Quick Links:

  • Recordings of services may be found HERE.
  • Our Prayer for the Week may be found HERE.
  • link to church Facebook pageslink to church Twitter accountThe lastest web-edition of our newsletter may be read HERE.

Links for new visitors:


Easter Services 2022

Thank you to everyone who prepared and led special services for us during passiontide and Easter. During Holy Week we shared meditations on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, held a Tenebrae service on Maundy Thursday evening, a Service of the Nails at noon on Good Friday and the choir presented […]

Palm Sunday 2022 with The Goldsmith Players

The Goldsmith Players, our church drama group, shared three dramatic sketches in the service they led for us on Palm Sunday. Thank you to all for the careful preparation and thoughtful presentation.

URC Prayers for Ukraine

The United Reformed Church has shared prayers for peace and for the peoples of Ukraine and Russia HERE.

Memorial and Thanksgiving Service

On Sunday, 20th March, our service of worship was our Memorial and Thanksgiving Service in respect of the pandemic. The service was an occasion to say a heartfelt ‘Thank You’ to God for all those who served us so faithfully and diligently over the period of the pandemic. It also offered […]

COVID-19 current situation

February 2022: Our church is open for public worship on Sunday mornings In line with Government advice and guidance, those attending worship are no longer required by law to wear face-masks. We recognise that, in the current circumstances, some members feel more comfortable wearing a mask and sitting with others […]