Andy Jelfs works with the Counties organisation.
Based in Essex Andy works with many churches and along with his wife Miriam, has pastoral responsibilities for Counties evangelists across the UK
For more than 100 years, Counties has been sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with communities across the country.
They do this through three main areas of our work – evangelists , training and resources.
Evangelists are all self-employed but receive monthly gifts from Counties as funds allow. They work in counties across England and Wales in a variety of activities. These include: church planting, leading school assemblies, visiting prisons, witnessing at agricultural shows, leading holiday clubs and camps, manning market stalls, running café churches and evangelism courses and community door-to-door visiting.
Sunday Mornings at Harefield
What better way to start the week, or end it, then by coming together
Sundays are an encouraging, challenging, uplifting and fun place to be, incorporating fellowship, worship, teaching and ministry.
On Sunday mornings everyone is involved in the first part of the meeting before the kids go to their groups.
Harefield Church has access and facilities for disabled people. An induction loop is in use during Sunday services for those who need it.
If you are coming by car Harefield has parking facilities. You can also park on the road around the church at any time of the day.