The LONGEST NIGHT
7:00 pm, December 21st
We know that Christmas is a difficult time for people who are grieving the loss of a loved one, or changes to their lives. In the midst of the joy and celebration, we will hold sacred space to pray, express sadness and grieve. This service is being presented online only so you can process these difficult thoughts in the comfort of your own home. Click below for the Facebook Livestream link.
CHRISTMAS EVE at ST. Andrew's
7:00 pm, December 24th
Join us at 7:00pm for a family-centered worship service with your favourite Christmas carols woven together with a children's story that shares the spirit of Christmas with a relevant twist. The service will end with singing together by candle light. Gather your family and friends a put a little spirit back into your Christmas celebrations this year.
9:30 pm, December 24th
At 9:30 Everyone is invited to come and experience the spirit of Christmas with friends, family and neighbours. We will have cookies and apple cider to enjoy and music to listen to.
Music will be provided by choir, soloists, organ, piano, strings, and more leading up to our 10:00 worship service. This is a great time to relax and reflect in our beautiful sanctuary decorated for the season.
At 10:00 our traditional Lessons and Carols worship service will start. We will raise our voices together singing familiar and favourite Christmas carols. Various readers will re-tell the Christmas story, from different scriptures throughout the bible.
Communion (Eucharist) will be celebrated during the service, all are welcome to partake.
We carry on the tradition of singing Silent Night by candle light, then joining in Joy to the World before we end for the evening.
Everyone is invited to be a part of this beautiful reflection of the hope, joy, peace, and love of Christmas!
10:00 pm, December 24th
10:30 AM December 25
Gather your family around the television, tablet, or laptop for an online Christmas Greeting from Greg and Devon. We will share music and read the traditional words of Luke 2.
Click below for the Facebook Live stream
New Year's Day
10:30 am, January 1st
We haven't had enough chances to sing beautiful Christmas carols together, so we are going to join our voices and share some more! With Ross Sherk as our guest musician at the keyboard, we will learn the wonderful history behind some of our favourite carols.