Welcome to St Andrew's, Cobham. We are Cobham’s parish church and our aim is to know Jesus, and to make him known. We offer a host of activities for adults and children. Please explore our website to find out more. We hope to see you soon.
I am sure I am not the only husband who hears that from his
wife in the morning or before going out somewhere. At one level it could be
classed as a first world problem. But that assumes the issue is making a choice
between available options.
When Jesus’s disciples were worrying about what they were
going to wear, or eat or drink, their issue was that they did not have those
things readily available. Jesus’s
response was to say don’t worry, your heavenly Father knows that you need those
things, but strive for “the Kingdom of God and his righteousness” and all those
will come as well. (Matthew 6:25-34)
He didn’t say “don’t worry, sit there & wait”, he said instead
of focusing on self, focus on loving your neighbour.
Worrying about what you (and your family) are going to eat
is a real worry for some people in own community today. One way that St Andrew’s
addresses that is through involvement in the Cobham Foodbank. Another is
through Christians Against Poverty (CAP) helping people get out of debt and
still be able to eat as they do it.
God’s love in action, bringing in a little of the Kingdom of