The Bible Course — January 17 – March 6 2023

An eight-session course helping you explore the BIG story. Big, complex, old… just some of the words people use to describe the Bible. Sound familiar? That’s where The Bible Course comes in. The course will increase your confidence, equip you to read the Bible better, and help you to see its relevance to daily life. The course provides a birds-eye view of the world’s bestselling…

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Christmas Marketplace 2023

Your one-stop-shop for local baking and preserves, crafts and Christmas décor, as well as treasures and china! Join us on Saturday, November 18 after 9am until 1pm and peruse our selection of home baking including shortbread and scones, jellies and jams, handicrafts, and quality china and silver. There’s something of interest to everyone!

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Sept 16 Community Festival

  Come join us for free activities and games for the whole family!    On Saturday, September 16th, from 2-5pm, St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Scarborough is hosting our annual community festival!    There will be a wide variety of games including mini golf, pickle ball, chess, and more! We have science demonstrations, face and nail…

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Lunch on the Lawn!

Every Thursday throughout the summer, you are invited to share Lunch on the Lawn with your friends from St. Andrew’s. Just bring your own lunch and lawn-chair and join us at noon for some sunshine (hopefully) and some great company!

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Summer Day Camp! Weekdays July 4-28

Once again this summer St. Andrew’ s is offering a day camp program in conjunction with Doxa/Youth Unlimited! Day Camp is for children entering grades 1-8 in the fall of 2023. Registration Cost: $95 /per child for one week of camp. Weekly Schedule Monday: Welcome to Camp Tuesday: Tie Dye Wednesday: Event Day* Thursday: Water…

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Good Friday Worship

  On Friday, April 7, at 10:00 am we’ll be coming together to once again remember the final days and steps which took Jesus to the cross, and how his death became the promise of life for all those who trust in him. The apostle Paul considered what happened that Friday to be of utmost…

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