Who we are?

St Andrew’s Community Church in Foxhill and Holy Trinity in Combe Down Village together make Holy Trinity Combe Down a vibrant and growing ‘Word+Spirit’ Anglican church family of some 300 adults and 75 children and young people, Located in the City of Bath over several locations. linked to the New Wine Network of churches. We are a warm and friendly family of committed believers with a passion to see people transformed by the proclamation of the Word in the power of the Spirit to the glory of God.

What we are all about

Holy Trinty Combe Down is an evangelical church, which simply means we seek to shape our individual and corporate lives to the Bible, which we believe to be the ‘Word’ God has given to guide us through life.

Our Mission at St Andrew’s

Our mission is to work with God to build a community of HOPE in Foxhill based upon our values of GRACE (Generosity, Relationship, Acceptance, Character and Every member ministry).

Our History

The original St Andrew’s was built as a Mission Chapel in 1957 on the then small estate of Foxhill as part of the Parish. The estate gradually grew and there were regular services and activities held in the church.

In Spring 2005 there was a fire in the building and significant damage done. Our Parochial Church Council (Combe Down PCC) agreed to have the building demolished and a new one rebuilt that would be more flexible in its use by the community.

In Spring 2006 the old church was demolished and planning permission for the new building was finally granted in November 2009. Work on St Andrew’s was completed and the Church re-opened on 30 November 2011.

How do I get connected

If you are interested in finding out more come along to one of our Sunday celebrations and get to know us!

Steve Rogers

Associate Minister for St Andrew’s

For more information please contact the Office Tel: 01225 945 009.