Standing somewhat off to the other side of Fortress William's High Road towards its north eastern end is St Andrew's Congregation. It is isolated from the High Road by its churchyard, which is itself encompassed by a divider entered through a lych-gate. St Andrew's is looked over the High Road by a generally late parade of shops fronted by a secured walkway, and it is maybe this, combined with the way that this piece of the road has not been pedestrian-zed, that makes the congregation shockingly not entirely obvious.
Remotely, St Andrews is satisfying to the eye, with the nave running parallel to the line of the High Road and its strangely arranged pinnacle and tower. The fundamental passage is through a patio which extends advances from the finish of the nave, and once inside you discover a genuinely basic design enlivened by excellent detail. St Andrew's is a congregation that must be completely valued on the off chance that you set aside the opportunity to investigate the inside.