Readifood have moved to bigger premises in Boulton Road and are providing essential support to an increasing number of families every month. Food is supplied by referral only so the need is very real.
Readifood boxes are located at doors of our worship room and any food stuffs in a tin, bottle or packet and in reasonable date are welcome.
Thank you for your continued support throughout the year.
‘Together we can Help.'
St Andrew's Link
Situated close the Royal Berks Hospital, St Andrew's members have for many years been part of the Hospital Community as doctors, nurses or volunteers.
We are pleased to support the RBH Intensive care team who twice each year organise and lead a Memorial Service for the families of those patients who have passed away in the unit.
In addition, regular building users include the Blood Transfusion Service, Prostate Cancer, Bladder Cancer and Reading Diabetes UK groups.
Part of our Vision is to be at the Heart of our local Community, so if you need support for one of these conditions, please see our 'Useful Links' Page.
We invite you to join us at one of our worship services.
St. Andrew’s URC seeks to provide a happy friendly atmosphere whilst providing a safe, caring Christian family environment for all children and young people who come on to church premises.
We are truly multicultural with peoples from over 20 nations worshipping together.
You will be made very welcome.
Church Services in St Andrew's URC, Reading
Sun 19th 11.00am Morning Service Revd David Witts
2.00pm RBH Intensive Care Unit Memorial Service
Sun 26th 11.00am Church Anniversary Service Mr Rob Lewis
Sun 2nd 11.00am Morning Service Revd Ray Stanyon
Sun 9th 11.00am Pentecost and Big Lunch
in King George Vi Memorial Park, Eldon Square
Joint event with Wesley Methodist
Sun 16th 11.00am Morning Service Mr Robert Lewis
Sun 23rd 11.00am Morning Service Mr Colin Ferguson
Sun 30th 11.00am Morning Service Revd Stephen Thornton
One World Social Event - 11 May 19
Our Inter-cultural church will again share FOOD - MUSIC and DANCE from just some of the nations of our Church family.
This time it was in aid of our New Kitchen Fund and here are some photographs from the event
St Andrews welcomes strangers
As a church with people from over 20 nations worshipping and sharing together, perhaps it's no surprise that a stanger, a foreigner from Peru came to visit and was made welcome,
See how he got on on our events page.
You too will be made welcome