Belfry Tower Repair Information


Belfry Tower Repair Information

For information about the Belfry Tower repairs,   click **here**

Questions or concerns… or if you need help with finding out how ZOOM works, please call Karen Gooch, Secretary of St. Andrew’s United Church Council

Tel: 705-472-0605
399 Cassells Street
North Bay, Ontario P1B 3Z4

The next Congregational Meeting is planned for September 22nd. There will be a survey sent out to all addresses on the “Reaching Out” newskletter list.

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Online Service for Sunday, July 26, 2020 

For July 5th and the four following Sundays, there will be a Sunday service produced on YouTube by St. Andrew’s United Church  with contributions from the Emmanuel United and Trinity United. (Note: the video is posted on the Emmanuel United YouTube Channel and usually posted by late  Saturday afternoon.)

REACHING OUT – St. Andrew’s Weekly Online Newsletter

The Council of St. Andrew’s United Church in North Bay met on Sunday,March 15th to plan a way forward during the current COVID-19 situation. At that meeting, the following decisions were made in a committed effort to keep our community safe and reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

  • Sunday worship services will be suspended with the hope that they may tentatively resumein the near future. The Council will, however, actively monitor the situation and may extend the suspension as needed.
  • All face-to-face meetings and gatherings of church-related committees and groups will be suspended until the worship suspension is lifted.
  • Any group use of the church must be arranged through the Church Office Administrator as access to the church building is limited.
  • The Loaves & Fishes foodbank will continue to operate on Thursday mornings,  but with special modifications in place.

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, members of the St. Andrew’s faith community can still connect by phone, email, facebook,  and the church newsletter, Reaching Out. They are encouraged to visit for additional information.

Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled, and do not let them be afraid.” John 14:270


St. Andrew’s now has an INSTAGRAM page as well as a facebook page … check them out … and be faithful followers!

St. Andrew’s is fully wheelchair accessible and hearing assistance is available upon request.

St. Andrew’s is a “Blue Umbrella” church which means that we are a dementia-friendly community. Click on the umbrella symbol to learn more.

Part-time Church Custodian (click ad for pdf copy)

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.

Some Gallery Photos