We celebrate our faith every Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
Many of us enjoy refreshments and conversation after the service.
St. Andrew's is fully wheelchair accessible. You may enter from the ramp at our 117 Bloor St. E entrance or from 54 Hayden St. Seating is flexible so that you aren’t confined to the back row. There is underground parking for those who drive. An elevator can take you from the parking garage to the other levels of the church.
Infrared hearing assistance headphones are available.
Rev. Neil Young (pictured here with Larry the Lemur) has been minister at St. Andrew's since August 2015. Ordained in 1986, he has served churches in south Saskatchewan, norther and mid western Ontario, and Mississauga. He collects ancient coins and Bible printings from the 15th and 16th centuries, and takes a keen interest in 'Biblical Archaeology' (a label that can mean different things to different people).
For this 'program year' we have planned a mix of Communion services: some are for celebration of Sundays of special significance and some are set on 'ordinary' Sundays of worship. Our goal is to offer regular Communion observance through the year.
Communion is taken regularly to members of the congregation who are not able to attend on Sundays.
Communion at St. Andrew's is always 'open': that is, all who wish to partake are welcome to do so. The bread used is gluten-free, and seems to be getting better all the time.