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There are another 4 special events planned in our Bi-centennial Celebrations. Open this post, click here, and save the dates!
Open this post for our detailed Easter Program.
The men are sponsoring a luncheon, at which Brock Godfrey of the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre will speak on the topic of “Mass Marketing Fraud and Cybercrime Awareness”. For more information, please contact the office.
The new year is full of events at St. Andrews. You are welcome to join us for them all (OPEN THIS POST FOR A FULL VIEW!): Kenji Horrisaki – “The Mystery of Faith in our Lives” Saturday January 13, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. All are welcome to this Men Sponsored Breakfast. PA Day Camps (January […]
We invite you to come and relive the story of the birth of Jesus, the Prince of Peace: Open this post for more details.
You are invited to a Christmas Luncheon – November 25. Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. Carol Singing at 10:00 a.m. There will be a presentation “A Crafty Christmas” by Alixis Cooke and Colleen Moynam. The menu will be roast beef plus dessert. For more information, or to register – please contact the church office.
In World War 1, William Heron and Fred Strickland – both from St. Andrew’s Scarborough – made the supreme sacrifice fighting in the trenches in France. Our own David Pottinger will tell their story, including his visit to their graves during the 100th Anniversary Gathering earlier this year. The event is sponsored by the Men’s […]
Open this post and Click here >> Fall Pastoral Care Luncheon 2017 << for more information.
We are pleased to again be offering a community Festival on Saturday September 16th, 2017 from 4pm – 7pm. There will be plenty of free activities and free food for people of all ages. All are welcome rain or shine. As a part of our 200th anniversary celebration year we will have many games from […]
If you were to come to worship in September 1817, what would you have found? Worship that day might have been in one of your neighbours’ homes or barns, or even outdoors if the weather cooperated. The first church building didn’t go up until 1819. Our first pastor, William Jenkins, would have been living in […]