Welcome! Bienvenue!

Welcome back !

We are very happy that we will, once again, be able to worship in person as a congregation after 18 months of pandemic closures.

The Church welcomes you for worship Sundays at 11 a.m. EST. The Quiet Garden is open for contemplation and reflection and lunches.

We will continue to stream and archive all of our services on our YouTube channel, youtube.com/standrewstpaul. We hope you will join us and also answer our survey on the Community Tab on the same channel.

Please click on this link to see our re-opening protocol / Lire le protocole de retour en français ici.

Click here for the Church School re-opening protocol

Blessings to all.


"Jesus said to them again, 'Peace be with you.
As the Father has sent me, even so I send you."
- John 20:21

Sunday Worship Services

All are welcome to attend our services in person, or if you can’t travel to our location, we invite you to watch the live broadcast at 11 a.m. EST any Sunday morning here on our website. We also have an archive of past recordings that are available online.

Our Next Live Broadcast

Click below at the start of the worship service to watch the live broadcast.

 

Click here to access our video archives.

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The Synod of Quebec and Eastern Ontario of the Presbyterian Church in Canada is staging a virtual conference, Climate Change: What Can I Do? Christian Caring for Creation from October 14 to 16, 2021. Delegates to this event will come from all the Presbyterian Churches between Quebec City, including Montreal, Ottawa, the Seaway-Glengarry region, and Lanark and Renfrew, Ontario.
 
The Conference Keynote Speaker is Dr. Norman Wirzba of Duke University. Dr. Wirzba will present three plenary sessions: What Kind of World Are We In? introduces the idea that the world is God’s creation and what difference it makes to think this way; What is the Point of the World? says, even if the world is God’s creation, we must still wonder about its point, meaning, and purpose. In Eating Our Way to Heaven, he uses food systems and eating practices to bring the two previous plenaries into a more precise focus.

On Friday evening, October 15, an invited panel of Dr. Norman Wirzba of Duke University, David Heurtel, former Quebec Minister of the Environment, Dr. Jessica Moerman, an environmental scientist, and Dr. Caroline Begg, an ecological agriculturalist. will participate in a Climate Change Town Hall, moderated by Thomas Mulcair. Click Here to Read Conference Keynote Speaker and Town Hall Panel Member Bios.

Climate change has been an ongoing concern in the 21st-century global consciousness. As such, we are aware of the scientific and political ramifications for the future. The Conference will seek to find out what a Christian perspective can add to the fight to avoid global disaster. It is our objective to challenge our members to ask themselves what they can do. How might their belief in Jesus Christ be mobilized to help save the planet God created for our enjoyment?

Registration Levels: Basic $25.00 and Premium $50.00
-     both the basic and premium come with a receipted charitable donation to
       PWS&D of $25.
-     the premium registration comes with a copy of Dr. Wirzba’s book From Nature to Creation and a study guide.

The conference is supported in part by a grant from The Presbyterian Church in Canada.

Please click here for more information and to register for the conference


We are God’s people, called to serve God with our many gifts. Sharing hope, sharing the gospel, sharing joy, sharing the love of Christ, putting faith into action. 
 
Just one person can make a difference. Imagine what we can accomplish together. 
 
We are The Presbyterian Church in Canada. This short, two-minute animated video highlights the ministry we do together through gifts to Presbyterians Sharing and Presbyterian World Service & Development. Take a look.

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A&P Associate Minister Vacancy

The Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul is actively searching for individuals interested in being considered for the position of Associate Minister. If you would like to know more about this position and our congregation, please visit the links below. 

 

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In the Book of Esther God is never mentioned yet Esther takes great risks in deciding to save her people and thus makes a stand for God. Join us on Sunday as we discover how her story can help us decide to make a stand for God and others in our world.

Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, "If you don’t do it, someone else will"

Join us in person or online at 11AM EST, Sunday Sep 26. Livestream link:
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On The Move 2021! One of our Mission and Outreach partners, Action Réfugiés Montréal, is holding its annual fundraiser this month.

This event will be hosted in partnership with the Montreal City Mission, which also offers services and support to newcomers in Montreal.

Donate to the On The Move 2021 fundraising campaign to encourage those who are On The Move for refugees! Tax receipts are provided.

Here's a link to the On The Move 2021! fundraising page.

www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/action-refugies-montreal/p2p/bougeons-2021/
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On The Move 2021! One of our Mission and Outreach partners, Action Réfugiés Montréal, is holding its annual fundraiser this month. 

This event will be hosted in partnership with the Montreal City Mission, which also offers services and support to newcomers in  Montreal.

Donate to the On The Move 2021 fundraising campaign to encourage those who are On The Move for refugees!  Tax receipts are provided.

Heres a link to the On The Move 2021! fundraising page.

https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/action-refugies-montreal/p2p/bougeons-2021/

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Thank you for participating and supporting our mission! Make sure to check out the great photos and videos that our staff are posting 😀

Please join us this Sunday as we discover how God’s relationship with children might help us understand God’s relationship to humanity in general.

Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, "Kids"

Service available in person or online at 11AM EST, Sep 19. Livestream available at: buff.ly/3hKBEZJ
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Please join us this Sunday as we discover how God’s relationship with children might help us understand God’s relationship to humanity in general.

Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, Kids

Service available in person or online at 11AM EST, Sep 19. Livestream available at: https://buff.ly/3hKBEZJ

Throughout his life of ministry, Jesus had to deal with many expectations from many people. In our Gospel reading for today he begins to challenge these expectations. I wonder if there is anything we could learn from him about our expectations for the future of our church as we open our doors for the first time in eighteen months.

Please join us for service in person or online this Sunday Sep 12 at 11AM EST, Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, "Turning Point". Livestream available at:
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Our church is open this weekend for a province-wide celebration of the religious heritage of Quebec, Les journées du patrimoine religieux.

We invite you to step through the massive wooden doors, on Sherbrooke Street at Redpath, and explore the magnificent, cathedral-like, sanctuary inside.

Built by Scottish Presbyterians in 1931, but with roots going back to the former St. Andrew’s Church in 1803, today’s lively, multicultural congregation welcomes you.

Highlights include the Black Watch window, 100 years old this year, Montreal’s largest Casavant organ, and our bell which we affectionately call 'Little Ben'. It was cast in 1870 in the same foundry as 'Big Ben'.

Our director of music, Dr. Jonathan Oldengarm, will perform two recitals Saturday at noon and Sunday at 1 p.m.

www.journeesdupatrimoinereligieux.ca/jpr2021-st-andrew-st-paul-mtl

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