Come join us as we celebrate the completion of our building renovations! It’s been a long journey but it’s all done and looks amazing. We will be marking the day with a special service with music from both the St. Andrew’s Band and Choir as well as a special presentation from the children.
This coming Sunday (October 7) is Thanksgiving and we’ll be making our annual collection fresh produce for Mission Services. We’re also looking a volunteer driver (or drivers) with a truck, van or SUV, who can deliver the produce to Mission Services (196 Wentworth St N, Hamilton).
There will be a Congregational Meeting after Worship on Sunday September 30. The Accessibility Team will be giving a final construction update as the project nears completion. The construction doors will be open for you to see how close we are to having it all finished! We will also be sharing the next steps for […]
This Fall we’ll be exploring the idea of ‘Beginnings’ in the first 11 chapters of the Book of Genesis. Here at the beginning of the Bible we find powerful stories that help us engage many of life’s big questions: Where do we come from? What are we here for? Why is the world such a mess? […]
St. Andrew’s will be offering the Alpha Course again this fall. Alpha will meet on Wednesdays 6:30-8:00pm from September 26 to December 5 (taking a break the week of Halloween). Each week there’s a free meal, a video and discussion. Please invite your friends, family and neighbours who have questions about life, faith and purpose […]
St. Andrew’s will be taking part in the annual Ancaster Fair Service, a shared worship service organized by several local churches. Worship will be held at 9:30am at the Ancaster Fair Grounds and will be our main Sunday service. Music will be led by the St. Andrew’s Praise Band. Attendance at the service will also get you free admission to […]
Join us for worship on Sunday September 9 as we kick off a new Sunday School year! There will be special music, regular activities begin, and we’ll be commissioning our teachers and helpers for 2018-2019.
This Sunday will be a Communion Sunday. Rev. Read’s message is titled “Walking on Water”. The service begins at 10:30 am and all are welcome.
This Sunday we welcome back our own John Read. For those of you who haven’t seen the new doors, come and see how it transforms the Narthex. And if you get a chance, have a look at the exterior lighting on the cemetery side at night. It is remarkable! Hope to see you Sunday.