URC Isle of Man

Welcome to St. Andrew's United Reformed Church.

Image of communion table and crosses

Sunday Services are held in church at 11.00 each week.  The children have the option of leaving for their own activities after the first 20 minutes or so. 

Sadly we have said farewell to Revd. Dawn Mather, and are currently without a minister.  However Sunday Worship continues at both congregations as usual, led by both visiting ministers from Mersey Synod and island-based preachers.

 Regular Messy Church sessions continue bi-monthly (details on the Family page), as does Sunday morning Sunday School, and our usual fund-raising for The Leprosy Mission, Hands of Hope and other charities continue.  Here are Charlie and Emily helping Margaret Dyson present a cheque for just over £1860 to Michael Hardie from The Leprosy Mission.

cheque being presented


 mug with warm space on it

We are part of the Warm Spaces Initiative.  The Tuesday group is a friendly opportunity for both St. Andrew's folk and others, to get together. We now meet twice a month on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month.  We sit and chat, some people bring their knitting, crochet or similar, there are adult colouring books if you want to be quietly creative, books to borrow, and tea, coffee, biscuits and occasional home-baking!  We do have some toys for small children, and we can often also provide wool for knitters/crocheters.

 The current rota for readers, door duty, family time, and so on, is here.

We have  a St Andrew's Facebook page which is regularly updated.  You do not need to have ae. Facebook account to access it.

If you're struggling or need a friendly ear to chat to on the phone, we're here to help during these times, feel free to contact your Elder.

You may find a copy of our Privacy Policy here,  and  our Safeguarding Policy Document can be found HERE.   

The URC statement on Safeguarding can be found here.

There is one other URC congregation on the Isle-of-Man; in Ramsey there is a joint URC/Methodist congregation who currently meet in St. Paul's Church Hall, which is part of St Paul's Anglican parish Church.