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Elder Emeritus Designated

The Session of Saint Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

In recognition of faithful service as an elder of this congregation confers upon John Astle the title Elder Emeritus

February 24, 2018.

Congratulations John!

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Love Sunday

There was not much to love about the stormy weather outside, but for the brave souls in worship Sunday, December 18, 2016 (also know as Advent IV or Love Sunday), the music, readings and meditation made the morning special.

If you missed the service, we record all our services on CD, which can be borrowed from the library in the Church Hall.

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Joy Sunday!

The 3rd Sunday in Advent is also know as Joy Sunday. December 11, 2016 certainly was joyful at Saint Andrew’s! The children, youth and young adults led most of the service, including participation from the Church School classes and the Children’s Choir. The Senior Choir and our Minister rounded out the celebration.

The morning concluded with an incredible pot-luck lunch.

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Children’s Choir Road Trip

Last Friday, the Saint Andrew’s Children’s Choir went on a “Road Trip”  to Farraline Place to visit retired Senior Choir member, Mrs. Helene O’Donnell, a Farraline resident for several years. Helene and her sister were the first babies baptized at Saint Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, during the first service held in our building.  The children were warmly welcomed by the staff and residents and sang three Christmas pieces for them. The residents joined the choir in singing a couple of familiar Christmas carols.  Everyone had a wonderful time!

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