St Andrew's

Preaching the Good News to Frimley Green & Mytchett


Partnership is a great theme of Paul's letter to the Philippians and is right and true expression of the faith that those whose trust is in Jesus have. As Paul writes in Philippians chapter 1:

I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.

Partnership at St. Andrew's

We would love those committed to encouraging other followers of Jesus at St. Andrew's and to sharing the good news to the people of Frimley Green & Mytchett to join with us in partnership. For more details of what this means in practice, see our paper on partnership.

Electoral Role

As well as being committed to meeting together (Hebrews 10:25), one way of expressing partnership in the gospel is by being on the church electoral role. This is done by completing and returning an application form.  Please send it to the Electoral Role Officer c/o The Vicarage, Sturt Road, Frimley Green GU16 6HY, drop it off at the Church Office or place it in the basket on the Information Table at the back of the church building.  

Other Partnerships

LocalThe Surrey Gospel Partnership is an organisation of local churches who seek to 'bring the gospel to all in Surrey and North-East Hampshire through local gospel churches committed to healthy gospel growth in active gospel partnership.' Find out more on their website.

National: The Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) is a network of Anglican churches whose priority is church planting. They are an Anglican mission society that seeks to spread the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, principally in England. They are committed to supporting Anglican churches and individuals, both outside and within the present structures of the Church of England.

InternationalCrosslinks is an international mission society working principally within the worldwide Anglican Communion. Their prime focus is making Christ known through the proclamation and teaching of God’s word in the power of the Holy Spirit. They are committed to letting the gospel shape our mission priorities as we seek to take God’s word to the  world. We have particular links with Mark and Jane Oden in Naples and Jomo Nderitu in Marsibit Diocese, Kenya.