Church buildings come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and characters … just like the Christians they are constructed to serve. As we begin our 200th anniversary year (the big celebration is next weekend!), I will be exploring how the current St. Andrew’s Church leads us into the worship of God during this year of grace. I begin this Sunday by looking at the doors, and how they extend the invitation to enter into the presence of the Holy One … and the exhortation to go into the world in service of the God known in Jesus, who himself said ‘I am the door. Whoever enters by me will be saved, and will come in and go out and find nourishment’ (John 10:9-10).
If you are in the area, you are warmly invited to join us. There is ample free parking on the surrounding streets and in the public surface lot off Queen Street just behind the church. During the service there is a nursery for infants and young children, and a church school for school age children. Have a look at the Order of Service, and the announcements, in the bulletin below … and join us!