Sandy Parish Church - St. Swithun's Bedfordshire
Our doors are open to people from different backgrounds
regardless of where they are in their faith or life journey.
W e l c o m e !
Attending a church service for the first time can be a daunting experience, and some may be unfamiliar with the kind of formal worship which has characterised much of the church for centuries.
The variety of worship services aim to provide for both those who are familiar with the traditional format, and others who are more comfortable with a less formal approach.
8:15am Holy Communion - a traditionally quiet, said liturgical service.
9:30am Sung Communion - in traditional style with liturgy, hymns and robed choir.
11:00am Contemporary Worship - more informal with worship led by a team of musicians.
We value all forms of worship both old and new and so whichever service you choose to attend, you can be assured of a relaxed, non-pressured, and welcome environment.
Christmas at St. Swithun's
Christmas Tree Festival
Saturday 30th November - Tuesday 3rd December
A display of beautifully decorated trees by the community of Sandy. Enjoy and relax in the festive atmosphere with christmas music, local singers, choirs, carol singing and refreshments of the season.
Times and Details
Sunday 15th December 4pm
A Christmas focus for all the family including well loved carols and songs which tell of the true meaning of Christmas and why we celebrate this special season.
During the service there will be a collection for The Children's Society
Carols by Candlelight
Saturday 21st December 4pm
Bringing the Christmas story to life with favourate carols, readings, and visual presentations. Special guests Sandy Community Choir.
In partnership with Sandy Town Council.
Lessons and Carols
Sunday 22nd December 6pm
'Traditional Lessons and Carols', with choral items and sermon
Carols around the Crib
Christmas Eve 3pm and 5pm
For all the family, young, old and inbetween
Christmas Eve 11pm
Traditional Communion Service
with Carols and Christmas Message
Christmas Day 10am
Celebration, Carols and Communion
Explore Christian Faith - 2020