The Christian faith has had remarkable resilience and renewability for 2000 years. When society changes, the church changes its form and renews its rituals to match. As western society changes rapidly, it looks like the traditional, neighbourhood church will largely disappear. Some form of Christian community will replace it. What will it look like? Is St. Andrew’s being called to evolve to be a birthplace of the new thing?
- National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Atlantic School of Theology will host a special Zoom time of worship and reflection on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, this Thursday September 30, at 12:00noon. The Zoom Room will be open at 11:30 am. United Church of Canada Moderator Rt. Rev. Dr. Richard Bott will be the preacher. Indigenous elder and UCC […]
- This Sunday: Friend, Enemy, Neighbour
“If the gospel isn’t good news for everybody, then it isn’t good news for anybody.” Rob Bell said that … and he’s right. But think what it means for the big gospel imperative to love your neighbour? Friend, Enemy, Neighbour. This week is part two for that theme, with worship to reframe, refresh and reconnect. […]
- Weekly Newsletter – Read it here!
Click HERE to read this week’s newsletter (last updated Friday, September 24). 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.
A five week exploration of spirituality, justice, service and whatever else comes up. This is an inclusive group for ages 13-17. You're welcome to come as you are. Click through for more details!
- Coffee Help Needed For Service
Are you able to assist? We invite two or three people to help prepare coffee before service and/or help clear away the coﬀee items after service, clean the carafes, wash the cups and put items away in the kitchen. Contact Thunder at the office at 902-405-3163 or by email to sign up to help on occasion.