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Knitting Group starting at St. Andrew’s

Starting on January 11th, we will be meeting in the Kirk Hall on Wednesdays to knit together. If you are a good knitter, come along. If you want to learn, come along. There will be people to help with problems, and we will share our talents with others. You don’t need to be a member, so pass this along to your friends – male and female. No age limit!
We will meet at 2 in the afternoon, for people who are available during the day, and at 7 for people who prefer evening gatherings.


Christmas Worship

On December 24th, we will be worshipping bilingually. There will be music from our musicians, our choir, and our soloist, Deborah Jeans. This service will start at 7:30. Remember that parking is limited in the Old City.
On Christmas Day, there will be a special service aimed at the children, starting at 10:30. Bring your children, so that they can experience the real meaning of Christmas.

A Service of Lessons and Carols

Join us at St. Andrew’s on Sunday, December 18th for a Service of Lessons and Carols. Scripture readings will be interspersed with vocal and instrumental music.

Kirkin’ of the Tartan

Again this year, we at St. Andrew’s will be celebrating our Scottish heritage by hosting the Kirkin’ of the Tartan during the Celtic Festival. This will happen on Sunday, September 11th, during our regular Sunday worship, starting at 10:30. If you are of Celtic heritage, or if you just want to be, bring your tartan to St. Andrew’s and join us!

Funeral for Lillian Gillard

On Saturday, May 14th, we will join in a celebration of the life of Lillian Gillard, a long-time member of St. Andrew’s. Please join us at 2 pm, as we bid farewell to this lovely lady. Committal at Mount Hermon will follow immediately following the ceremony.

Guest Choir to perform

On May 15th, we will be joined by a 70-voice choir – The Singing Quakers from Friends’ University in Kansas, under the direction of Dr. Mark Bartel. They are doing a cross-Canada tour, and have decided to make Quebec City one of their stops. Their repertoire includes a cross-section of American and Canadian choral music, ranging from choral classics to spirituals and from the traditional to the avant-garde. Please invite your friends to come and hear this wonderful group.

Good Friday Walk with the Cross

On Good Friday, we will join with our brothers and sisters from the United and Anglican churches inside the walls for the annual Walk with the Cross. This will start at 6:30 pm at Chalmers-Wesley United Church on Ste. Ursule. We will move to St. Andrew’s, and finish at Trinity Cathedral. During the course of the service, we will re-enact the Passion according to the Gospel of John.

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