St Andrew’s Frognal United Reformed Church is an open and welcoming church which exists to express and celebrate the love of God in Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit, in worship, learning, caring and service.
We try to do this by making our services accessible to everyone, developing effective ways of studying the word of God to reveal his love for us. We seek to try to enlarge the worshipping community.
It has always been an inclusive church, with its members coming from various walks of life, nationalities and religious traditions. We participate in the work of various ecumenical partnerships such as Churches Together in Hampstead, and in events organised by the council of Christians and Jews. We feel that it is important to strengthen our fellowship with other churches without losing what makes us different.
St Andrew’s regularly supports other charities. In particular, along with the wider United Reformed Church, it supports Commitment for Life, with a special interest currently in Bangladesh and Israel/Palestine.
Music is seen as an important aid to worship and devotion and we seek to maintain a strong musical tradition.
Physically, St Andrew’s is a fine Grade 2 listed building, a notable landmark on the Finchley Road, with some excellent stained glass and a recently restored organ.
Click on the tabs above for more about the wider United Reformed Church, the history of St Andrew’s and its stained glass. Click here: Music for more about the its musical tradition.