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Welcome to St Andrew's, Rugby's Town Church, a church called to give its very best in the worship of God and the service of all God's people in our community.

Sunday 8am Said Holy Communion in church

Sunday 10.30am Parish Eucharist in church and via Twitch

Sunday 6pm monthly pattern

1st Sunday of the month Evening Prayer on Zoom

2nd Sunday of the month Sung Evensong in church

3rd Sunday of the month Celtic Evening Prayer in church

4th Sunday of the month Choral Evensong in church


Tuesday 9.30am Reflective Eucharist in church 

Tuesday 8.30pm Compline Sung Night Prayer shared on Facebook live

Wednesday 12noon Eucharist in church



The Revd Canon Edmund Newey, Rector

Welcome to our Deacon

James will be a deacon at St Andrew’s Church, having trained at the Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education in Birmingham.

Originally from Slough, a town whose reputation usually precedes it, the question of whether anything good can come from Nazareth (John 1:46) has long been a Bible verse close to James’ heart. As a result James has a deep sense of call to bring the hope, love and dignity which come from God to the places of hidden brokenness which mark so many communities. Coming from a town which is a melting pot of many nations, James believes in a diverse church, where God is to be encountered in the neighbour, the stranger, and the traveller from another land.

Before training for ministry, James studied at the University of Warwick, completing a PhD in Politics, and later worked in Public Health at Coventry City Council.


James lives with his wife Lydia and their baby daughter Annabel. Their hobbies include trying different foods from around the world, boardgames, music, and sci-fi and fantasy books. Please pray for James, Lydia and Annabel as they settle into Rugby, as well as his incumbent Edmund and all the people of St Andrew’s as they prepare to welcome him.


Join our live stream of the 10.30am Parish Eucharist service from Church this week

Click here to watch previous week's services


Previous sermons and reflections are available to view here

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 Read the latest edition of our magazine


A network of churches, groups and individuals uniting together around a shared vision


Working to improve our town and well-being of the people who live here.

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Promoting understanding, cooperation and good relations between organisations and persons of different faiths in Rugby. 


Parish Safeguarding

We take the safeguarding of children, young people and the vulnerable very seriously. In the document immediately below you will find the contact details of our Parish Safeguarding Officers. The Diocesan 24 hour contact number is 024 7652 1345. 

Safeguarding Statement with contact numbers.    Our Parish Safeguarding Policy

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