Orange Phase update:

Maximum number of participants at in-person worship is 50.  Please email  tblom@nb.sympatico.ca to register.  Please provide the number of people in your bubble as well as your phone number.

On Sunday, Nov. 29nd, Rev. Susan Brasier led our Advent 1 service titled “What Are We Waiting For?”  with help from choir director David Berry, readings and special music by Anika Fraser, scriptures by Rose-Carolyn Smith and children’s lesson by Sheila Black.  The full bulletin, including all announcements, can be downloaded here: web bulletin.


Our service for Sunday Nov. 29th, led by Susan Brasier, is posted below.   Services are also be posted on our Sermons page. Listen at your leisure, then take the opportunity to “visit” another church somewhere in the country streaming live on Sunday morning. See  for an extensive list.

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Scripture, Message and Music for Sunday, Nov. 29th:


Previous services are available on our
Sermons page.

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Listen to the original composition “The One They Call the King”
Welcome To Our Church (a rare video in the Choir Loft Conversations Series):

You are invited to worship with us:

  • Each Sunday, we worship in the Sanctuary at 11:00am.  Coffee and conversation in the hall (or lemonade on the lawn in the summer) is suspended during the COVID19 pandemic.

If you are unable to join us in person, you may listen to the Sunday Sermons on our site, on our YouTube Channel, on our iTunes Channel, via Podcast, or you may borrow the entire service on CD from our Library.

There are many activities taking place within Saint Andrew’s Church. Explore our site, consult the calendar, view or follow our Twitter feed or Facebook page, see our blog, view our FAQ page, or contact us. We would love to hear from you.

Fredericton, NB