WE ARE ST. ANDREW'S IN PORT CREDIT
Every friendship begins with an introduction. This is ours.
We're so glad
you found us!
You may be wondering who attends St. Andrew's. It's people like you and people like me. We are a friendly, welcoming community of people, most likely not that different than you. We are single, married, divorced, widowed; some of us have young families, and some of us are empty nesters. We are an intergenerational group of people with a variety of cultural backgrounds.
Within each of us is a story that brought us to St. Andrew's. You can discover some of our stories here, and we'd love to get to know yours.
We're saving a seat for you.
We hope you will join us. We are located in Mississauga in the heart of Port Credit.
SUNDAY MORNINGS - 10:30 AM
We don't care what you wear, or if you have never been to church before. We are a church of imperfect people and we are saving a seat for you. If you are unsure of what to expect, or what to do, you can learn more about us here.
Rev. Dr. Andrew Human
Dr. Human is known for his lively sermons, his love for music, his strong support for youth, and dealing with seniors. His keen sense of humour is often sprinkled through his sermons. He is also fluent in Dutch.
His wife Ida is a strong supporter of his Ministry and, as he has commented, "is a full-time Minister's wife". The Humans have three adult daughters. Dr. Human and his wife have also been blessed with four grandchildren Nicole, Noah, Alysha, and Brianna who manage to keep them young at heart.
Dr. Human began his leadership at St. Andrew's on November 4, 2007, after having served at Knox Presbyterian Church in Walkerton for seven years, and 8 years at Knox Presbyterian Church in St. Thomas. He has an Electronic Engineering Diploma for St. Lawrence College, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queens University, a Master of Divinity degree from Knox College at the University of Toronto, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Ashland and Windsor Universities.
Connect with Us
One of the best ways to get to know us, is to attend an upcoming event.
We are studying
Paul was not only Timothy’s companion and mentor but they shared a special relationship. His counsel to Timothy tells us how to fight the good fight holding on to faith and good conscience. One of the greatest lessons we learn from Timothy is to practice genuine faith.
Join us for an interesting discussion.
MISSISSAUGA TEMPLE BAND IN CONCERT AT ST. ANDREW'S ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19
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