Church Lane, Shottery,
Stratford upon Avon
Tel: 01789 293381
Email: (office) email@example.com
St. Andrew's Church dates from 1870 and became a parish in its own right in the early 1980s when the completely independent Parish of "Shottery St. Andrew" and a Vicar with traditional "Parsons Freehold" was established.
In 1997 the Parish Centre was built to the rear of the church and at Easter 2005 the church building was re-ordered and physically extended.
The present Vicar is Revd. James Warren
CORE MISSION STATEMENT
We aim to be open to God's word, to the love of Jesus and the guidance of the Holy Spirt. We aim to be caring and Christ-centred by loving God, our neighbour and God's astoundingly diverse creation
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Diary of a Cross in my Pocket. November 22nd. I learned something new yesterday. I received a beautiful gift of an olive wood Jerusalem Cross. It is said to have several meanings. The large, central cross represents Christ. The four small crosses around it symboilise the four gospels and also the four corners of the earth to which Jesus desired his Word to spread. All together the five crosses are said to remind us of the five wounds of Jesus on the cross. Revd. Joan Whyman.