life in the community

The Church Centre hosts a great range of activities: read the latest news from Centre users here.

Church members are closely involved in the following:

Children’s Activities

St Andrew’s runs a Toddlers Group three mornings a week during term-time (see timetable HERE).

Contact Centre 020 8997 2589

The Contact Centre provides a facility for divorced or separated parents to have contact with their children on neutral territory. It operates on Saturday Mornings. Clients are generally referred by the courts or by their solicitors. The centre operates on a confidential basis, but does not offer supervised access, or accept emergency referrals. It is staffed by volunteers drawn both from St. Andrew’s and from neighbouring churches.

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http://ealing.foodbank.org.uk/

St. Andrew’s is a collecting point for the Ealing Foodbank.

 

 

 

From February 2017 St. Andrew’s Ealing is taking part in welcoming visitors from the Ealing Churches Winter Night ShelterECWNS is a ‘roving’ emergency shelter.  It first opened in January 2011.  They give up to 14 homeless people at a time a refuge from the winter weather by providing an evening meal, overnight stay on camp beds, and breakfast. 

Each night of the week the shelter is hosted in a different church premises, so the guests (and all the beds) move on to another place then next night.   The guests are referred by homeless outreach agencies such as the Ealing Soup Kitchen.  They can stay with the Shelter for a month or so if needed, but it may be for just a couple of nights.  The aim is to give them a bit of stability to help them move on to a something more permanent.