The leadership team has made the difficult decision to cancel this evening’s Pre-Lent Event. With today’s snow and ice storm coming with the possibility of receiving a lot of snow accumulation, our members safety is our main concern.
Rev. Geoffrey M. Ross will still hold the Ash Wednesday service both in person and online.
In light of this decision, we will hold a Pancake lunch on Sunday, February 26th, 2023 following the morning service.
We are still holding our Christmas Eve services this evening as scheduled. Our Traditional service will be at 7:30pm – click here for this bulletin and our Candlelight and Communion service will be at 10:00 pm – click here for this bulletin.
We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. May your day be filled with peace, hope, joy and love.
Due to illness we have had to cancel this evenings Pre-Advent event.
Your Shortbread (traditional Scottish), Christmas Cakes (light and dark) and/or Shortbread with chocolate chunks are back!! The 2022 campaign will run from November 1st through to December 15th so get your orders in as they sell out fast.
Bruce will be taking orders via phone or email – click here to view the full pamphlet. Proceeds from the 2022 campaign to support the St. Andrew’s Food Bank.
These booklets will be available during our Anniversary Sunday Worship – October 16th, 2022. We hope to see you there so you can receive your copy of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Brampton’s history.
The 175th anniversary of St. Andrew’s Brampton will be commemorated with the publication of A Work of Faith, A Labour of Love. This booklet outlines the history of the congregation from its formation in 1847 when the first Presbyterian minister was called to Brampton. It tells about the ministers who have served here since then and includes descriptions of the interior of the current building. The author Mary M. (Molly) Harvey tells of the leaders and the programs that have shaped our history. The foreword was written by Minister Emeritus Rev. Rosemary Doran.
At its September meeting, the Session made several changes to the existing COVID Protocols.
• Masks are no longer mandatory but are recommended.
• We will no longer have to sign in on Sunday mornings.
• Food and drink will be allowed in the Great Hall. Cooking is not allowed in the kitchen (cook top and ovens are off-limits). Food may be served to groups that do not exceed half the capacity of the room.
• Sunday morning coffee fellowship will resume shortly.
Pakistan is currently being devastated by widespread flooding and landslides caused by severe monsoon rains. There has been significant loss of human life, property, and infrastructure. Join us in praying for safety and security for the millions of people affected by the ongoing crisis.
Click here to go to PWS&D (Presbyterian World Service & Development) for further information. Please keep the people of Pakistan in your prayers as they recover from the devasting floods.
Thank you to everyone who placed orders for the Spring Hanging Baskets and/or the North Country Meats (MacGregor’s). Your continued support of St. Andrew’s and it’s ministries is truly appreciated.
Please watch for information on pick up date(s) and time(s).
All Hanging Plant (Friday, May 6th, 2022) and McGregor Meat (Sunday, May 8th, 2022) orders are due. Click here for all information