Family, Small Groups are cornerstones of the community at St. Andrew’s. Click here to find out what is happening for you at St. Andrew’s this week.
Worship at St. Andrew’s is creative, often surprising, with dynamic reflections and excellent music. Coffee and treats are available at the back of the church before and during the service. The atmosphere is very informal, and we hope welcoming.
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Outreach is central to the life and work of St. Andrew’s. A dedicated and energetic committee supports the congregation in its participation toward action and advocacy. Click here for the latest on current Outreach events, information on our on-going outreach projects, and our partnerships with our like-minded neighbours.
We're opening our main space anew...the sanctuary has a new floor and comfy chairs! The space looks large and bright, and we want to celebrate with you, and welcome you into our house! Join us for music, a cup of coffee, some treats or a glass of wine, Friday Sept 28...read more
By the final weekend of September we will be back in the sanctuary with our new chairs. On Saturday September 29 we will celebrate with a concert featuring Mostly Righteous and special guests, and we're have a special worship service in our newly renovated Sanctuary...read more
"What deal of the century: Peacemaking in the age of Trump and Netanyahu" Jonathan Kuttab, leading human rights lawyer in Israel and Palestine, will speak at St Andrew's United Church, 6036 Coburg Rd.(Coburg entrance), Halifax, Tuesday Sept. 25th, 7:00 PM. The Deal of...read more
Limited quantities of organic garlic from St Andrew’s garden will be available for you to take home - for a freewill donation - after the church service this Sunday. (The gardeners apologize to those who looked for garlic last Sunday.) There will also be some herbs...read more
Ian Fraser, our former minister in 2016-17 recently visited our partners in Minyara, Lebanon. Here is a report from that visit: Monitoring Trip to Minyara, Lebanon On Friday, June 22, 2018, I was able to travel to Minyara in order to see the work being carried out by...read more
It’s Good to be Here: Stories we tell about cancer is a courageous and deeply personal book about the author’s more than 20 year journey with cancer. David Guiliano is a former moderator of the United Church of Canada. It is part memoir, part spiritual meditation in...read more
On Sunday June 10 we joyfully confirmed these 9 young adults into the United Church. We celebrate this talented and ambitious group! ...read more
Thanks to your generosity we raised over $1000 for the Benevolent Fund at last Thursday's Mostly Righteous Best of Coffee House! Thank you to all the organizers and our house band for all their work putting this community event together. ...read more
Sunday Suppers “When you give a party, don’t invite your friends, your brothers or sisters, your relatives, or your rich neighbors; if you do, they may invite you back and so you will be repaid. But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the...read more
Strong Inter-Faith relationships are important to us. This page is dedicated to work we share with other faith communities in Halifax and around the world. LISTEN: CBC Information Morning Feb 6, 2017 story - The February shootings in a Quebec Mosque, combined with a...read more