…we continue with our Epiphany Theme, The Inextinguishable Light in Being. Russ’ sermon, Try as They Might, They Can’t Put Out the Light, will respond to all the ugliness in the news these days with a message of hope. We welcomed back Campbell Woods who performed regularly at St. Andrew’s a couple years ago as part of “The Mostly Righteous Brothers”. The recording begins with Cam performing Barry Maguire’s ‘Eve of Destruction’.
- Weekly Newsletter – Read it here!
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- Solidarity with Mi’kmaq Fishers: YouTube Video from Worship – Oct 18, 2020
Click through to find the link to the Oct 18 Sunday service at St. Andrew's and information on how you can offer support:
- St. Andrew’s Book Club – A Book a Month this Fall!
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- Sunday School Returns, welcome Jillian!
St. Andrew’s is happy to announce the continuation of our Sunday School Program. Children of all ages are absolutely welcome. Covid safety protocols are in place, so we can gather, play, learn and grow together! See the website for program details. And see you Sunday at 10:30! Please visit our Facebook page for any news on canceled classes, as well as updates within the church community. We look forward to seeing you Sunday.
- Ron James – Brunswick Street Mission Breakfast – Sat Oct 17
Get your tickets now for the 14th annual Brunswick Street Mission Breakfast, Sat Oct 17, with comedian and TV personality Ron James.