Every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m., through music and song, prayer, preaching and study, we share the biblical story of God’s love for all the world as revealed in Jesus Christ. Week by week, we faithfully and joyfully gather to lift up our hearts.
As a congregation of Christ’s people, we seek to discover, celebrate & share the love of God. Through worship, prayer, praise & service, we endeavour to follow the compassionate example of Jesus Christ to our neighbours, and the world.
Nursery, Church School, Bible Studies, Women’s, Missionary Society, Pastoral Care Team, Youth Group Summer Vacation Bible Camp, Music, Out of the Cold Program, Mission & Outreach, Art Guild. Call for more information.
“As an inclusive, affirming congregation, we honour the diversity of God’s creation. Our community is richer when we include people of all ages, gender identities, racial and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, abilities, economic circumstances and family configurations.
We seek to provide a safe space so that each person can bring every aspect of their whole self into participation within this congregation. We invite all to join into the life, leadership, witness and ministry of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Barrie.”
Adopted by the Session of St. Andrew’s, December 2020.
Welcome to 2021’s Vacation Bible Camp — Our Daily Bread: Where God Provides.
We will explore stories about food and experience how God provides food for the world and uses us to help Him.
RSVP by July 14 to receive your kit of supplies to get in on the action in your kitchen. The experiences will be posted on St. Andrew’s YouTube channel July 19 to 23.
Call the church office at 705-728-3991 or email email@example.com
Honouring the Children: Reconciliation and Residential Fund
In response to the devastating confirmation of unmarked graves on the grounds of former residential schools, and in honour of the children who were lost and all people living with the consequences of that legacy, The Presbyterian Church in Canada has established the Honouring the Children: Reconciliation and Residential Schools Fund.
This fund will support initiatives associated with searches for unmarked burial sites in communities where schools were operated by The Presbyterian Church in Canada.
To begin, the church has committed $1 million from national funds, and invites congregations and individuals to make additional contributions to this important work.