Sunday March 26, Lent 4 Reflection, Russ Daye. We continue our walk through Lent, and our focus on letting things go. This week we examine the ways we see the world and our blind spots. How does our history, our social location, and our privilege (or lack of privilege) shape the things we see and don’t see? Are their blind spots we need to close?
- Welcome Ambassador Program
We are committed to being a welcoming community for all, and, as such, we champion equity, diversity and inclusion. As part of our commitment, we are partnering with the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS) to offer a free, four week Welcome Ambassador Training Program, starting October 28. Sherri Hassanali, Chair of Council, has […]
- Guest Speaker This Sunday
This Sunday, we welcome Derek Pace, Executive Director at Brunswick Street Mission. Derek will share the ways Brunswick Street Mission continues to work in their pillar programs that have existed for years, but are now being re-imagined for new avenues to reach out and deliver greater impact. Mostly Righteous will also be offering up their […]
- Weekly Newsletter – Read it here!
Click HERE to read this week’s newsletter (last updated Friday, October 15). Our weekly newsletter, delivered to your inbox on Fridays, is the place to get all the information about what’s happening in the St. Andrew’s community and first alert to any special announcements. Sign up HERE!
- Your Community at St. Andrew’s – Weekly Events
There is so much happening in your community at St. Andrew’s! Check out our weekly event calendar (last updated Oct 15) for opportunities to get involved, meet new friends, try something new, and so much more.
- Queer Theology, Spirituality, Experience: A 2SLGBTQIA+ Group
Every third Tuesday of the month, all 2SGLBTQIA+ identified people are welcome for an evening of conversation, connection and socializing. We’ll start with a provocative idea from some of the best thinkers and writers of Queer theology/spirituality. Something different every month. From there we’ll let the conversation roll. This is an accepting, affirming, casual and spiritual space, […]