Our service is held at 10:30am and runs for about an hour. Sunday school classes are offered to children 4 years of age and up and a supervised nursery is available for children 3 years of age and under.
We encourage you to come as you are. We’ll be glad to see you. Our welcoming team will be here to greet you and answer any questions you may have.
Each Sunday’s a little different at St. Andrew’s. We’re blessed to have members who share their musical gifts in our Choir and Praise Band, and we worship a variety of ways over the course of a month. In each service we strive to blend together the best of Christian worship, both old and new.
But Always Centred on God’s Word. The heart of our worship service is always the Good News that God has given us in Jesus. Come for thoughtful messages rooted in the Bible and relevant to everyday life.
- Regular Sundays: Two Sundays a month children spend the first 20 minutes of the service with their families, before heading out to Sunday school. One of these Sundays is more traditional, the other is a blend of modern worship songs and classic hymns.
- Teaching Sundays: Once a month we have a more informal service led by our Band. The whole church family, young and old worship together for the full service. At St. Andrew’s we believe it’s important for children to worship together with their families on a regular basis, and for all generations to learn to follow Jesus together.
- Communion Sundays: We celebrate the Lord’s Supper (or Communion) once a month. Children start off in Sunday school with a short time of singing and teaching with our minister, then do a lesson and activity. Children are invited to join their families in the worship service for Communion. At St. Andrew’s anyone who believes in Jesus is welcome to receive communion, including children. We offer teaching and resources about Communion on a regular basis, and encourage each family to talk to their children about when they are ready to take part.
Director of Music: Robert Marshall
Director of Worship Arts: Melodie Zylla