St Andrew's is a very active church

There is always something happening  and everyone is assured of a really warm welcome!


Refreshments in St Andrew's Welcome foyer.  



Thursdays:  10 a.m. - 12 noon Teas & Coffees;

Saturdays:  10 a.m. - 12 noon Teas & Coffees.

Help is always needed please!



 Our programme of events can be viewed by visiting the
"What's Happening?" and "Social Events" pages.


Churches Together in Devizes


  20 20  This is a brand new group for young Christians and those vaguely interested

              at St James' Church, Devizes      7 - 9 p.m. Sunday evenings

Anyone 16 (after Year 11) to 25 very welcome.

For more details:  phone Anna on 01380 721441, 

email         Facebook:/Twenty/TwentyDevizes

or click on 'Churches Together in Devizes' page of this website




Choir & Music in Church

     Practice - Fridays 7.30 - 8.30 p.m.                        

The choir leads the singing, especially if a new hymn or tune is introduced.  You would be most welcome to join us at our Friday  practices.


Organist & Choir Leader: Pauline Hawkins




Can you play music? Flute, violin, trumpet, trombone, etc.

 We meet at church on a Monday at 6:50 p.m. to make music together and enjoy each other's company. Those who want to, also play once a month (the 4th Sunday) at the Sunday service but you don't have to.

We have a flute we can lend to anyone who would like to have a go. If you have played before or are a complete beginner, we have music for all abilities - we can even write a simple part just for you! Age is no barrier.

If you enjoy music and are free, do come and join us on a Monday to play an instrument or sing along.




91st Free Church Choir Festival on 17 October 2015

at the Methodist Central Hall, Westminster. 

These are two pictures of some of St Andrews Choir singing at Central Hall Westminster on October 17th 2015. There were over 400 people singing - with at least 100 either side up in the gallery.  81 Church choirs were represented.






See Social Events page for news past and present.

Co-ordinator: Trish Lee




Small House Groups

& Special interest Groups

These groups exist to provide an opportunity to grow in discipleship and to care for one another on a deeper level.

<  Click on picture to find out more about the latest Groups.


Children's Activities

Click picture below for the latest information on UFO's & Messy Church.

                             Under Five's - UFOs 

Monday Afternoons 1:30 p.m.  : Thursday mornings 9:30 a.m.

Messy Church

Second Sunday of the month at 3.00 p.m.







Children's Area in the Church












Tuesday Fellowship


Tuesdays 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. in the Hall at the rear of St Andrew's Church.

Provides an afternoon of fellowship with spiritual content.  It hopes to strengthen friendship among both the ladies and men of the Church.





TUESDAY FELLOWSHIP celebrated the Queen's 90th Birthday

(& also two of their members) at their meeting on 19 April 2016



This wonderful cake was made by the daughter of one of the members

and cut by the two 'birthday girls'


Click scroll above for our 2016-2017 Programme



Ladies' Evening Group

1st and 3rd Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. September to June, in the Hall at the rear of St Andrew's Church.

Meets to provide fellowship, interest, and support for all ladies.  We welcome all ladies - approx 1/3rd are church members.  There is no 'membership' just come if you see a topic of interest.  Subs are 2.50 per meeting towards speakers' costs & refreshments at the end of the meeting..



Matthew Smith from BBC Wiltshire visited us on 4 October 2016


Our Summer Outing, on a lovely evening, to The Mallards, Chirton, on 7 June 2016


Peter Vaughan giving us 'The Tastes of Winter' at our meeting on 3 November 2015


Christmas Celebration in the Church on 15 December 2015


New Year Meal at The Hourglass 19 January 2016


Flower Arranging

We are a very good team, working together well.  Besides doing pedestals of flowers, we sometimes arrange the flowers in vases on the communion table.  This is not a difficult job.  We would love other people to join us to take a turn to arrange the flowers.

Special occasions are a good time for us all and we try to make the Church Festivals come alive with flowers.  We enjoy getting together to decorate the Church for the glory of God.  

If you have a special anniversary, or similar occasion, during the year which you would like to mark by paying for the church flower arrangements on the Sunday closest to event, this would be a great help in covering ongoing costs.

Please contact the Church Secretary (details on 'Contact' page) if you are interested.





St. Andrew's is an active member of the ecumenical efforts of
Churches Together in Devizes <click this link to see their website..