St Andrew's has been around for rather a long time, although the parish register only dates from 1734, though we can be sure that there was a church here in Saxon times (1112).
It sits on the highest point in the village and is really quite a sight - especially if you approach it from the River Thames side. We do know that it was dedicated as a church in 1215 when the Bishop of Lincoln came down to the Magna Carta.
It is hard to imagine what it would have been like 800 years ago, but you can be sure that it would have been very different!!
Come to the church and see for yourself, and take a moment to breathe in the history of Christian worship in this place.
Then come along and experience worship in this lively, friendly Anglican Church family in the centre of Wraysbury village. We'd love to welcome you.
Thanks to some past research we have a list of the rector and vicars that have served at St Andrew's: please click on the link to view the PDF