We acknowledge with respect the history, spirituality, and culture of the Indigenous peoples with whom the Upper Canada Treaties were signed and the territory wherein our church resides, and our responsibility as Treaty members. We also honour the heritage and gifts of Métis people. May our actions be guided by our commitment to reconciliation.
I find that generally when folks are checking out a church website they have three interests in mind: Community; Spiritual Formation; Outreach.
At St. Andrew's, we are actively engaged in all three. Of course, the best way to get to know us is to meet us! I warmly invite you to take that bold step and get in touch. Who knows what new vision for your life, new energy for personal growth, new strength for new challenges awaits you!
We actively encourage questions, conversations, ‘getting together, to search out what St. Paul called, ‘the mystery of faith.’ Our Church School & Family and Youth ministry is a creative and active expression of our commitment to our young people.
Our guide in all of this is the Risen Christ, the Incarnate Word of God, ‘the One through whom all things were made, by the Grace of the Holy Spirit. Our intentional engagement with this proclamation is ever new, lively, intellectually stimulating, artistically expressed, and seeking fresh expression in every life. We believe our planet to be a sacred creation and that our care of it and all peoples is a sacred trust.
Have you walked through our historical cemetery?
The cemetery has many species of trees that are only grown in this area. They are marked.
Our cemetery is still active and there are graves for cremation available.