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Sermon by

Rev. Karen Pozios

Interim Moderator

Sunday, May 09

11:30 a.m.

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Sixth Sunday of Easter - Christian Family Sunday and Mother's Day


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Scripture Readings

The Gospel of John 15: 9-17


1st John 5: 1-6

Hymn Lyrics

# 694 This is My Commandment (3x) 

           #476 Amigos de Cristo / Friends of the Lord


Offering is

an act of worship.

We thank you for your generosity.

June 13






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

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Wednesday,  May 19 - 7 pm to 8pm

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Sundays,  1:00pm


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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Ways to Give









Questions About Donations?

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India is currently in the midst of a dramatic surge in COVID-19 cases, threatening its healthcare system and leaving already vulnerable families in crisis.

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PWS&D COVID-19 Response

For more than a week, over 300,000 cases have been diagnosed daily. So far over 220,000 people have died in India and the crisis is only worsening.

Immediate needs are access to health care, medical supplies, and medicines, particularly oxygen. There is an urgent need to educate people on risk prevention and address vaccine hesitancy. Vaccine supply is insufficient and inaccessible to many, leaving herd immunity out of reach.

PWS&D is preparing to respond with its partners and ACT Alliance members in India to support people who are sick or quarantined at home with provisions to buy medicines and for other emergency needs. Additionally, they will work with communities to share messages on infection prevention and control, as well as information on vaccines.

Through our membership in Canadian Foodgrains Bank, PWS&D is participating in the Humanitarian Coalition India COVID Crisis appeal.

You can make a donation to support PWS&D’s response to the India COVID crisis, by clicking below or calling us at 1-800-619-7301 or 416-441-1111 x291. Please include “India COVID Crisis” in the designation field.

Presbyterians Sharing

Together We Serve

We are a vibrant denomination, working together to put our faith into action.  Presbyterian Sharing is the national church fund that supports the mission and ministries we do together in Canada and around the world. 


When we give to Presbyterian Sharing we participate in God’s mission. We help to build strong congregations by equipping ministers, theological students, youth, lay leaders and more. We serve vulnerable individuals and communities. We speak out against racism and seek healing and reconciliation. We share Christ’s love around the world by working with our mission partners. Through General Assembly, Presbyterians across Canada set the strategic direction of our ministry.  All of this is possible through our gifts to Presbyterian Sharing.  



St. Andrew’s supports Presbyterian World Service & Development and Presbyterian Sharing by contributing

a portion of donations received. You can allocate a portion of your donation to go to Missions by indicating your request

in the “message” field of the online donation form below.  

We thank you for your generosity.


Friendship Corner

Let's stay connected! ... Share your greetings with your friends at St. Andrew's.

(First names only - no personal information please.)



Sunday, May 9 (Christian Family Sunday) 

We pray for the health and well-being of families, and that the relationships within them are marked by peace, love, trust and care. 

Monday, May 10 

We pray for the members of the Ministry Committee of the Presbytery of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia. May they feel a strong sense of God’s presence.


Tuesday, May 11 

We pray for rural and remote congregations, and for those who serve them. 

Wednesday, May 12 

We pray for the students graduating from Knox College today, who are looking forward to ministries in congregational leadership, spiritual care and psychotherapy, and theological teaching. 

Thursday, May 13 (Ascension Day) 

We give thanks to God for Christ who was “manifested in the flesh, vindicated by the Spirit, seen by angels, preached among the nations, believed on in the world, taken up in glory” (1 Timothy 3:16 CSB). 

Friday, May 14 

We pray for the Rev. Maurice Davantin, Director of Formation Biblique et Théologique à Maurice, an ecumenical Theological Education by Extension program in Mauritius. 

Saturday, May 15 

We pray for people around the world who are striving to rise above poverty with educational opportunities and livelihood support through Presbyterian World Service & Development programs.