In connection with Ancaster Heritage Days, St. Andrew’s will be holding our annual Heritage Sunday service on June 10. We will be celebrating the heritage of our church as we look to the future. Worship for this special day will be led by both our choir and band. The service will conclude with a procession […]
The Ancaster Community Vacation Bible School (VBS) is back for another year. St. Andrew’s will again be partnering with St. John’s Anglican and Marshall Memorial United to offer this summer program to the community. VBS will run from Tuesday July 3 to Friday July 6 from 9am to noon. St. John’s will be the host […]
Pentecost is the Sunday in the church year where we remember how Jesus first formed his disciples into the Church and empowered them with his Holy Spirit. Join us as we reflect on what it means to be part of this great movement and how we can be open to the Spirit of God today.
This Sunday is also Mother’s Day, and our worship service will feature special music, including a presentation from our children’s choir. Join us as we give thanks for mothers and other significant women in our lives.
On account of the major ice storm making its way though southern Ontario our Worship service tomorrow will be cancelled. Let’s pray for our neighbours’ safety and look forward to better weather next week.
Our Easter sermon series at St. Andrew’s is Becoming People of Life. If Christians believe that Jesus was raised to new life on Easter then we should live as people who participate in Jesus’ work of bringing new life to the world. But what does that look like? The first two messages in this series look […]
Easter is always a special day at St. Andrew’s. We’ll be celebrating Jesus’ resurrection with two services on Sunday morning. Our 8:00 Son-Rise service is a quiet and joyful 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 dramatic reading of the Gospel, and be led by choir in reflective songs and anthems. There will be coffee and fellowship before the service starting at 9:30am.
Join us as we remember Jesus’ last Passover celebration with his disciples. We’ll explore how the Passover meal helps us understand how his death sets us free, seek his risen prince as we celebrate Communion, and share food and fellowship at his table. Our dinner service runs from 6:00-7:30pm.
Join us we enter the story of Jesus’ last week in Jerusalem. Worship will be for all ages together and led by both the band and choir for this special day.