I hope this title does not disappoint too many too much. The preacher is not intimating that he is taking a break – in fact, the congregation will be doubly sermoned this Sunday. The sermon from the pulpit will highlight that other sermon given whenever we enter the sanctuary, alone or in company, for corporate worship or personal reflection … the silent sermon given by the stained glass windows of St. Andrew’s.
This Sunday continue our autumn series on the Architecture of Our Faith. A church is both a building and a people. The building echoes our experiences of revelation and leads us into greater understanding of the Holy. The sanctuary tries to speak for the speak but also to the people. We have considered the doors, the font, the table, the pews, the pulpit, and now the windows. How do they help us to articulate and understand the presence and promises of God?
If you are in the area, we warmly welcome you to join us in worship. There is a nursery for infants during the service, and a programme for children. And there is ample free parking along the street and in the public surface lot just off Queen Street behind the church.
Have a look at the Order of Service, but also the announcements – please consider each a personal invitation to join us Christian worship, community and service!