Farnham Parish Church St Andrew & St Francis

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Covid-19 Update

In order to protect the NHS and save lives by reducing opportunities for the new variant of the virus to spread, St Andrew’s Church will be open for private prayer each weekday from 8am to 12noon, but our Sunday and midweek services will now be online only.

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If you would welcome pastoral or practical support from the Church, please contact the Parish Office on 01252 715412 or email office@standrewsfarnham.org.

If you would like us to pray for you, please do email us in confidence at prayer@standrewsfarnham.org

Click below to view a video message from our Rector, David Uffindell

Video Message



Welcome to the Parish of Farnham

We have two churches, St Andrew’s and St Francis, providing different types of services at different times of the day and we hope that most people can find something to suit them.

St Andrew’s Church is open during weekday mornings for private prayer.  There is a quiet area at the front for prayer and you can light a candle or put a prayer request.  If you would like someone to pray with you or for you there will be someone available in the church at most times.

The administration for the Parish happens in the Parish Office.  The Parish Office is currently closed to visitors, but is staffed 9.30am -12.30pm Monday to Friday during term time.  To contact the Parish Office ring 01252 715412 or email office@standrewsfarnham.org

The Week Ahead

 Sunday 7 March
10am Morning Service on Zoom
(Zoom Code 599 647 1397)   
Available on YouTube from 12 noon

KOSTA Online (YouTube)

6.30pm   “Songs of Praise” 
(Zoom Code 599 647 1397)

Monday 8 March
8:30am      Morning Prayer
(Zoom Code 599 647 1397)

Tuesday 9 March
11.30am   No service
7.45pm  The Alpha Course

Wednesday 10 March
7:30pm Living His Story  (Lent Group)
7:30pm The 24/7 Prayer Course (Lent Group)

Thursday 11 March
11am Living His Story (Lent Group)
7pm Youth Group on Zoom
7:30pm We Need to Talk About Race (Lent Group)


A Church for Families

Coming Up......


Click to view a short video from David Uffindell about our Lent Courses

Saturday 20 March 7pm on Zoom

Tuesday 23 March 10am – 4pm on Zoom

Sunday 25 April 10am


Services at St. Andrews

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About the Farnham Parish and its people

We serve everyone who lives and works in our parish in central Farnham

We are conscious of the Church of England’s unique calling to be a place of welcome to all – irrespective of their faith convictions. Many people worship here on Sundays and during the week, Many others value the church as a place of silence and reflection during the day, where they can bring their needs, longings and hopes to God; where candles can be lit, or the simple spaciousness of the building can be enjoyed. We are glad to host many musical and artistic events, too, and are keen to encourage use of the church by the wider community.

Elsewhere on this website you can pick up a flavour of our life and worship, as well as the many ways in which we serve the people of Farnham. I hope your ‘virtual’ visit will inspire you to come and discover the church, as well as the Christian community which cares for it.


The Governing Body and Practical Running of the Church
The Parochial Church Council and Electoral Roll.

The church is by the Rector and the PCC – Parochial Church Council. The PCC is made up of 12 elected members from members of the congregation.  You are welcome to join our Church Family Membership List, called the Electoral Roll.   If you would like to be on the Electoral Roll you have to live in the parish or be a regular worshipper.  You can apply for membership at any time.

The PCC meet 10 times a year. The Annual Parochial Church Meeting elects members to the PCC. This is usually held in the spring.




Online Services

Latest Service: 28 February 2021 10:00am


Our Parish is committed to following the Safeguarding Policies of the Church to keep children and vulnerable adults safe from harm.

Concerns of any sort should be reported to The Rector, The Revd. H. David Uffindell, or our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Sanchia Vinall