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Toddler Group – St Andrew’s Church Centre

An informal drop-in group for parents/carers and toddlers.

£2 entrance, refreshments provided.

Call on 020 8566 9642 or visit St Andrew’s Church Centre, Mount Park Road, W5 2RS

The Toddler Group runs on Mondays and Wednesdays, 9.30 to 11am (term-time only).

The Toddler Group is a place where carers, who may be parents, grandparents or childminders, can bring their little ones. The carer remains responsible for the children throughout the session.

Autumn 2023

Starts: Monday 11th September

Half term: 23rd – 27th October

Last day: Wednesday 13th December


Spring 2024

Starts: Monday 15th January

Half term: 12th – 16th February

Last day: Wednesday 20th March


Summer 2024

Starts: Monday 22nd April

May Day: 6th May

Half term: 27th May – 31st May

Last day: Wednesday 17th July


Green Book Group

The green Book Club continued to meet: fortnightly year with seasonal gaps.

This year began with pope Francis’s encyclical, Laudato si, then continued with Climate change is racist by Jeremy Williams.   The biggest challenge so far was to tackle Doughnut economics: seven ways to think like a 21st economist by Kate Rawlings.   From our previous reading it had become clear that the roots of the ecological crisis lie in an economic system that is designed to take out more than it puts back.  Doughnut economics showed us that there are other possibilities, even if politicians are cautious about embracing them.

The book group is open to all.   Please feel free to join us if you are interested in exploring the way for Christians to respond to the environmental crisis.   The next book will be Saving us: a climate scientist’s case for hope and healing in a divided world by Katharine Hayhoe, which we will start after EASTER

We meet fortnightly, usually 4-5.30pm, by zoom. Contact Peter at [email protected] to attend


Knitting Group

‘Knitting group meets on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays in the month, 2-3.30pm, in the Church Centre. All levels of experience welcome – instruction, patterns and wool can be provided, or bring your own work. For more information contact Sue at [email protected]