It sometimes seems as though the coming of spring can give us a new lease on life. There’s something about sunshine and all that “green” that can suddenly snap a winter funk. And yet, there are times when a simple change in the weather or when the sun comes up just aren’t enough. They don’t […]
Pastoral Care Lunch – Wednesday, May 13th – 11:30 am Communion with lunch to follow Guest Speaker: Mr. Ed Beattie Topic: The Gospel According to Hymn
On Sunday, May 24th, Guildwood Community Presbyterian Church is hosting a Spring Bell Concert with The St. Andrew’s Bells as guest performers. Tickets are $10.00 each and $20.00 for a family of up to five people and may be purchased at the door. Guildwood is located at 140 Guildwood Parkway. All are encouraged to enjoy […]
A plant sale fund raiser for the Steeple Fund will be held on Sunday, May 31st at St.A’s at 10:15 am and 12:15 pm. Donations of plants, either indoor or outdoor, will help to ensure the success of this event. Please contact Diana McInnis or Helen Simeonov for further information.
A good news story was recently broadcast from City News about Evangel Hall. Open this post and Click Here
If you missed Rob Shropshire’s presentation about some of the work of PWS&D, you can watch his talk by clicking this link: Please note that PWS&D is also supporting the Nepal relief work. F or more information about the work of PWS&D or to provide financial support for their work, please visit their web site here.
On Saturday, May 9th at 6 p.m. there will be a Stew Supper & Music Concert featuring St. Andrew’s Choir and The Bells of St. Andrew’s. Tickets are $15.00 for a great dinner and evening of music.
From time to, the St. Andrew’s Web site introduces you to some of our members… in their own words. Meet Glen. In this clip, Glen describes what faith means to him: In this next clip, Glen talks about his view of Happiness and Joy.
Have you ever wondered what difference Easter makes? All this fuss over bunnies and eggs might well make you wonder why an “institution” like Easter has persisted for nearly two thousand years. But the real Easter is not about candy. It’s about resurrection. In his book, “The Jesus I Never Knew”, Philip Yancey describes the […]