St Andrew's Church, Handsworth
|St Andrew's Church|
|Location||Handsworth, West Midlands|
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Heritage designation||Grade I listed|
|Parish||Handsworth St Andrew|
|Vicar(s)||Rev. Douglas. T. Machiridza|
|Reader(s)||Carole Sami - Lay Reader
Allison Thorne - Lay Reader
Valerie Powell - Lay Reader in Training
Stuart Jeffs - Lay Reader in Training
|Organist/Director of music||Stuart Jeffs|
The church originated as the mission church of the Good Shepherd. It opened in a temporary building in 1894 as a mission church of St. Mary's, Handsworth. The current building was designed by the architect William Bidlake in the Arts and Crafts style. Work started in 1907 and the building was completed in 1908. The church was dedicated in 1910 and it was consecrated in 1914 when a parish was assigned from St Mary’s and St James'.
The church has a two manual pipe organ by William Bird and Sons of Selly Park. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register. 
The church has a traditional, robed, parish Choir whose primary function is to lead the sung mass worship at the main service on Sunday at 10.00 am. The choir consists of a cross section of age groups and is structured using the traditional 'SATB' voices. The choir sing and perform traditional, classical and modern works and rehearse and sing a liturgically suitable anthem each Sunday.
- The Buildings of England: Warwickshire: Nikolaus Pevsner.
- "Parish Church of St Andrew, Oxhill Road B21". Images of England. London, United Kingdom: Historic England. Retrieved 3 February 2014.
- "D03301 Version 3.1". National Pipe Organ Register (NPOR). Reigate, United Kingdom: The British Institute of Organ Studies. Retrieved 3 February 2014.
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