In connection with Ancaster Heritage Days, St. Andrew’s will be holding our annual Heritage Sunday service on June 16. We will be celebrating the heritage of our church as we look to the future. The service will conclude with a procession outside to the cemetery where we will remember and give thanks for those who […]
St. Andrew’s is starting a new Community Children’s Choir. This program is open to any child in the Ancaster area who loves to sing. Programming will be on Wednesdays 4:30-5:30pm from September 18th, 2019 – May 27, 2020. Registration is now open. Please see email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Registration forms are available here: Community […]
St. Andrew’s is taking worship on the road to Alberton this Sunday. We’ve learned that there will be no parking available anywhere in Ancaster Village due to it being the final day of the Canadian Open Golf Tournament. Alberton Presbyterian Church have graciously offered us the use of their building. Worship and our regular kids […]
St. Andrew’s will be hosing the annual Ancaster Community Vaction Bible School (VBS) this year from July 2nd to 5th with programming running from 9am – Noon. This year’s theme is “In The Wild: Amazing Encounters with Jesus.” Registration forms are available from the church office can be downloaded here. Registration Deadline is June 21, […]
Join us for worship on May 12 as we celebrate the women God has placed in our lives, the gift of family & reflect on what it means to be welcomed home by God. We will also be also taking up a special loose change offering to support our World Vision Sponsor Child.
Easter is always a special day at St. Andrew’s. We’ll be celebrating Jesus’ resurrection with two services on Sunday morning. Our 8:00am Son-Rise service is a quiet and hopeful gathering that begins outside in the church cemetery and concludes as we encounter Jesus’ risen presence in the Lord’s Supper. A light breakfast will follow at […]
Join us as we reflect on how we are healed and saved by Jesus’ suffering and death. We’ll participate in a dramatic reading of the Gospel of Luke, and be led by the Choir in reflective songs and anthems. There will be coffee and fellowship before the service starting at 10:00am.