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St Andrew's Church
St Andrew's Church, Gibraltar
View of the Church tower from Governor's Parade.
View of the Church tower from Governor's Parade.

36°08′19″N 5°21′09″W / 36.138576°N 5.352619°W / 36.138576; -5.352619Coordinates: 36°08′19″N 5°21′09″W / 36.138576°N 5.352619°W / 36.138576; -5.352619
Location Governor's Parade
Country Gibraltar
Denomination Church of Scotland
Website St Andrew's
Administration
Diocese Presbytery of Europe
Clergy
Minister(s) Stewart Lamont

St Andrew's Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar and is part of the Presbytery of Europe. The church was opened in 1854. Whilst originally built primarily to serve as a garrison church for Scottish soldiers based in Gibraltar, today it serves the wider Presbyterian and Reformed Christian community of all nationalities.

Sunday services are at 10:30 am.

The congregation is currently vacant (as of November 2008) following the retirement of the previous minister. The previous minister (2003-2008) was the Reverend Stewart Lamont, who is also well known in Scotland as a broadcaster, newspaper columnist and author. He served as Moderator of the Church of Scotland's Presbytery of Europe in 2007.

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