New Telephone Number

We have decided to get rid of the landline, since our minister will be moving out of the Manse. If you need to contact us, please use this number:

418-456-8113.

Lent Devotional

Even though we are still in the season of Epiphany, it is not too early to start thinking about the rest of the year. With this in mind, Presbyterian College has put together a Lent Devotional package. There are three ways to get this.

  1. Download the PDF and print it.
  2. Purchase a hard copy from the college.
  3. Sign up to receive it each day in your e-mail. (That is the one I will be doing! Then someone else remembers it for me.)

To do whichever of these appeals to you, follow the link below. If the link doesn’t work – I am never sure with these technical things – copy and paste it in your browser.

http://www.presbyteriancollege.ca/2017/01/lent-devotional/

Blessings!

Baptism

On June 26th, we will be celebrating the sacrament of Baptism, as we welcome Enshuo Chen and his father Jiaxin into our congregation. This is the same day when we celebrate Canada Day in our denomination, so it will be a truly joyful and joy-filled service.

Community Christmas Hamper Campaign

Again this year, St. Andrew’s will be taking part on the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign. For information on how you can participate, check out the website here:

http://qchampers.ca/

Annual Congregational Meeting

On February 23rd, 2014, the Annual Congregational Meeting will be held in the Kirk Hall following worship. Note that February 23rd is also a Communion Sunday.
Worship will start at 11 am, and will be followed by a pot-luck luncheon before the meeting. Hope to see many of you present.
The Annual Report will be distributed after worship on February 16th.

Change of time

Please note that, until further notice, our Sunday worship will now take place at 11 am.
Hope to see you there!

Christmas Eve

Join us for our bilingual Christmas Eve Service, starting at 7 pm. There will be music, with a guest violinist and organist, and our own France Dupuis on the cello. As well, Deborah Jeans will be singing several solo pieces at this service.