The church of St Andrew stands at the heart of the village by the Green. There is a Communion service at 9:30am on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, and at 8:00am on the first Sunday.
A small robed choir helps lead worship at the 9:30am services.
'Children's Church' takes place on the 2nd and 4th Sundays - children leave the service after the first hymn to take part in their own activities in the Tower Room. They rejoin the congregation during the communion so that they can come forward to receive a blessing at the altar rail. The two leaders, Michael Keeler and Amanda Thompson, are both checked for safeguarding purposes.
Originating in the 13th Century, with restoration during Victorian times, the church is open to visitors, many of whom admire the fine Art Deco East Window and remarkable wall decoration. Click link to find out more about the history of the church and the church's links to the Dambuster's squadron.
Wickhambreaux - St Andrew
1st Sunday 8.00 am Holy Communion
2nd Sunday 9:30am Parish Communion (with Children's Church - see dates here)
3rd Sunday No service (9.30 Matins service at Ickham)
4th Sunday 9:30am Parish Communion (with Children's Church - see dates here)
5th Sunday Joint Benefice service at 10:00am held in different churches in turn
For enquiries to Churchwarden - click here
Wickhambreaux hosted two events and these photos provide a glimpse into them. Photos courtesy of Brian Maxted.
The first of these events on 18th December, was our Carols on the Green service which was held on the Green and was attended by about 100 people. We enjoyed a service of nine lessons and carols, expertly conducted by Tina Burton.
The second event was the Midnight Mass held on Christmas Eve when the service was taken by the Archbishop of Canterbury assisted by Rev Nigel Hale. The church was beautifully decorated, we had a large choir and our bell ringers provided a warm welcome to the service. It was a lovely service attended by more than 150 worshippers and a memorable occasion for all those involved.