Sunday, February 28, 2021- Online Service

Click on the image below to view the online service for Sunday, February 28, 2021.

The Reflection Topic: “Names, Identity and More …” with Rev. Lillian Roberts

The Order-of- Service for Feb. 28th can be found **HERE**

NOTE: The videos of all Sunday (and special) services) are always available on the St. Andrew’s YouTube Channel … you may wish to bookmark it!

TOGETHER – Online Newsletter

The latest  TOGETHER – Online  newsletter (February 26th edition) is available  by clicking  **HERE**.

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Transitional Supply Minister – Rev. Lillian Roberts

We are moving forward into a new chapter in the life of St. Andrew’s. Reverend Lillian Roberts has agreed to serve as our Transitional Supply Minister  snd she started on February 15, 2021.

Lillian has recently retired from her position as the Pastoral Relations Minister with the Canadian Shield Regional Council and has agreed to come out of retirement to help us navigate through the changes that are happening, and to discover our direction forward.

Rev. Roberts offers the following messages of introduction:

Loaves & Fishes – now on facebook!

Our Loaves & Fishes Community Foodbank now has a facebook page. Click on the image below to visit!

Loaves and Fishes now has its own e-mail address:


Mission Statement

St. Andrew’s is an inclusive and affirming Christian community of faith worshiping God and serving others. Inspired by Holy Scripture and guided by tradition, reason, and experience, we share the ministry of Jesus Christ by nurturing spiritual growth, caring for creation, and being with those in need.

 St. Andrew’s United Church is an Affirming congregation within the United Church of Canada. We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive and nurturing community where all are welcome. We delight in the goodness and grace of God as expressed through the diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, family configuration, ability or economic circumstance. We give thanks for the richness of the Spirit among us and in the work we are called to do in the world.

Lenten Reflections Booklet – 2020

Lenten Reflections
The 2020 Lenten Reflections booklet can be viewed/downloaded by clicking here. Sincere thanks to Liz and Bethany Brownlee for their work in collecting and printing this booklet of reflections by members and friends of St. Andrew’s. Let this daily guide enrich your own personal Lenten journey.