Psalm 23 is so well-known it can be taken for granted, as the words quickly roll off our tongues. Let’s slow down, walk with our Lord through the pastures and be still.
Today at St. Andrew’s we celebrated our 173rd anniversary. Our faith community dates back to September 1843, when a group of Presbyterians began worshipping together. Our sanctuary, located kitty-corner from […]
This week, St. Andrew’s began its life-long learning series that focuses on healing and reconciliation. United Church of Canada Reconciliation and Indigenous Justice Animator Lori Ransom – an Indigenous woman […]
There are rainy days, damp days and sunny days. It’s a whole lot easier to give thanks and praise when the sun is shining and we can feel the warmth […]
Our Spring 2022 life-long learning series features Indigenous elders, teachers and other specialists as we seek to learn more about residential schools and how each of us can help in the healing and reconciliation work that needs to be done.
The brass and the trumpets, the triumphant hymns and hand bells were all part of our celebration of our Lord’s resurrection today. There is indeed incredible hope and joy in […]
Today is Maundy Thursday. Maundy is actually a translation of the Latin word “mandatum”. In John 13, Jesus gives His disciples a new commandment – in Latin, mandatum novum: Love […]
Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem is over; the palm branches and loud Hosannas are in the past. And we begin a contemplative week in which the divinity and humanity of […]
God is doing new work in us – and over the past several weeks, our Art Guild has been exploring new ways of how the Creator can help us be […]
Now that the snow has almost all melted, we can see the blooms of the snowdrops and crocuses and the shoots of early bulbs like tulips poking towards the sun. […]