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Upcoming Services
Jan 23

In Person Service Resumes

When Attending In-Person Service:
  • Proof of receiving two doses of vaccine against Covid-19 must be presented.
  • A face mask must be worn.
  • Enter through the High Street doors.
  • Doors will open at 10:00am.
  • Follow Covid safety protocols in place.
  • Remember to keep a distance of 6 feet from others.
  • Prior to arriving, review the
      Covid-19 Screening Questionnaire which you      will be asked to confirm upon arriving.
 A recording of each service will be taken and posted on Sunday afternoon for those who prefer to worship from home.
Visit us on YouTube to see the latest videos from our worship services, or watch the service on our website. 

YouTube Channel address:
What to Expect
As We Return to In-Person Worship
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We are open for in-person worship.  A video of our service will be posted below on Sunday afternoon.  You can also watch it on our YouTube Channel: 




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Presbyterian Connection


Scripture Moments

Romans 12:2 (NLT)

Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.

NLT: New Living Translation

What's Happening at St. Andrew's . . . 

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Evangel Hall Delivery

February 10 - 8:30am - 9:30am

Stavebank Entrance Exterior Drop-off

This is a masked, socially-distanced drop-off.

We welcome donations of:

*Prepared, wrapped and labelled sandwiches

*Baking - fresh or packaged

*Fruit - fresh or canned

*Personal/feminine hygiene products 


Offering is

an act of worship.

Thank you so much for being willing to give toward what God is doing here at St. Andrew's Memorial Presbyterian Church!   We are committed to using your offerings in a way that honours the Lord.

We Thank You For Your Generosity

By our generous sharing of the gifts, talents and resources with which we are blessed, we participate in the mission of the Church and reach out in loving service to others.

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The Presbyterian Connection newspaper is a Christian newspaper that strives to unite Presbyterians from across the country through stories, reflections, interviews and articles, allowing us to share and develop our faith. It is distributed four times per year, free of charge. 

You can subscribe for home delivery of the Presbyterian Connection in hard copy format by completing and returning the Sign-up Form. Contact information is contained on the bottom of the form.    

Honouring the Children Fund

In response to the devastating confirmation of unmarked graves on the grounds of former residential schools, and in honour of the children who were lost and all the people living with the consequences of that legacy, The Presbyterian Church in Canada has established a new fund: 

Honouring the Children:

Reconciliation and Residential Schools

Learn More...

DONATE Now To the Fund

Presbyterian World Service & Development

Inspired by God’s promise of abundant life, Presbyterian World Service & Development envisions a sustainable, compassionate and just world.  You can learn more here about how PWS&D is making this happen.

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Presbyterian World Service & Development

and Presbyterian Sharing


"Here I am, Lord"

“Here I am, Lord,” rang out at the 88th Commencement Service of the Near East School of Theology (NEST) in Lebanon, a seminary supported by Presbyterians Sharing. NEST graduates, Jamil, Khalil, Shant and Asadour, will serve churches in Palestine, Syria and Lebanon—three of the most troubled countries in the Middle East that are rife with violence, oppression, occupation, and severe economic, social and political crises. The hymn was their bold response to God’s calling. NEST President, Dr. George Sabra, declared, “If our seminary is able to continue graduating students with such commitment, then we must go on with our mission no matter what befalls us and our countries.”



St. Andrew’s supports Presbyterian World Service & Development

and Presbyterian Sharing

by contributing a portion of weekly givings received.

You can allocate a portion of your givings

to go to Missions by indicating your request

in the “message” field of the online donation form >  


We thank you for your generosity.

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The Compass Food Bank
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The Compass is an outreach program established by partnering Christian churches in the Clarkson-Lorne Park-Port Credit area. As a member church, St. Andrew’s donates financially, collects food for donation, and participates in other ways to support the work of the Compass.

The Compass provides a safe and welcoming place for people to come to for help. The Compass offers immediate assistance with food, then works with clients offering practical and spiritual support to the challenges that often come along with a low income.

Evangel Hall Mission
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Evangel Hall Mission is a community service agency that was founded in 1913 by the Presbyterian Church in Canada. For over a century, it has supported individuals experiencing poverty, homelessness, and social isolation in Toronto. Evangel Hall is a safe haven where people living with mental and physical health challenges, fighting addictions, and fleeing abuse can take a rest from their burdens and access supports. The Mission’s services address the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional aspects of well-being and are available to anyone in need of support.


St. Andrew’s supports the work of the Mission with monthly donations of sandwiches, baked goods, fruit, personal and feminine hygiene products, socks and new or gently used clothing. 



Sunday, January 23 

We pray for graduates of the Near East School of Theology in Lebanon, who are responding to God’s call and serving churches in Palestine, Syria and Lebanon.


Monday, January 24 

We pray for ministers and elders. May God keep them safe and give them energy and wisdom to lead their faith communities.


Tuesday, January 25 (Conversion of Paul the Apostle) 

We pray for those who violently persecute the church in attempt to destroy it. May they, like the Apostle Paul, have a change of heart.


Wednesday, January 26 

We give thanks for mothers, like Eunice, and grandmothers, like Lois, whose faith inspired mentors such as Paul to Titus (2 Timothy 1:5, 2 Timothy 3:15).


Thursday, January 27 

We pray for the members and work of the Atlantic Mission Society.


Friday, January 28 

We pray for the wisdom to see the reality of racism and bigotry in the institutions of our country so that we may work to challenge and uproot these concepts in ourselves, our churches and our society.


Saturday, January 29 

We pray for congregations as they gather for their annual general meetings.