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

Our main service is on Sunday mornings beginning at 11 am.
Do join us – all are welcome. (During worship, there is a creche and activities for children and young people.)

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.

Latest information may be found on our “News” page or by reading extracts from our Church Newsletter and Diary.

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We are delighted that Rev’d Chris Ford has accepted a call to become the minster of our church. Chris will begin his ministry with us in September this year, with his induction being planned for the afternoon of Sunday 3rd September.

Easter services and activities

Passiontide and Easter were celebrated with a number of special services and activities at church.

Holy Week began with Sunday worship on Palm Sunday which incorporated a series of short dramatised scenes given by the Goldsmith Players (our church drama group) linked with bible readings.

On Thursday evening, we had a Tenebrae service and, on Good Friday, we had a Service of the Nails at 12 noon and a presentation by the church choir in the evening. This was a service of music for passiontide and readings linking Old Testament prophesies with passages from the New Testament which record their fulfillment.

Today we had a joyous all-age communion service after a lovely Easter breakfast.

Thank you to everyone who prepared, organised, led and contributed to these services and events.

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Light Night 2017

We had a busy and exciting evening on Light Night 2017.

Our church was one of the hubs of activities and about a thousand people stopped off with us at some point during the evening.

We served family friendly meals and refreshments throughout the evening and visitors and participants enjoyed a variety of activities and entertainment including:

  • a “Come and Strum” for ukulele players
  • a “sing-a-long” Bugsey Malone selection
  • the Nottingham Tuneless Choir
  • the church choir singing some anthems
  • a “come and sing” selection from My Fair Lady
  • local band The Theory
  • Nottingham Gamelan Orchestra
  • children’s craft activities

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