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The Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul is a multicultural Presbyterian congregation in Montreal, at Bishop and Sherbrooke Streets. The powerful grace of the Word of God and glorious music fill our sanctuary every Sunday at 11 a.m. EST. A Crèche (Nursery) and Church School (Sunday School) are available for your children during the worship service, so please bring them along. Whether you seek a few quiet moments of reflection and prayer or an active role in fellowship and mission, you will be warmly greeted. All are welcome!

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current global COVID-19 situation, we will be holding our services online only and the church will be closed to the general public including members of the congregation until further notice. All other scheduled calendar events have been postponed until further notice as well. To comply with the new provincial regulations regarding self-isolation, our online services will be prerecorded and then made available on YouTube at the prescribed times until further notice. Please log on to our online services directly through our YouTube channel to lighten the load on our website using the following address:
www.youtube.com/standrewstpaul
Also, to help us reach more people through Google’s search engine, please subscribe to our YouTube channel which will increase our online visibility. Thank you for your support.For more information, click here to read a letter offering words of hope and comfort from our minister.

“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

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Upcoming Events

16aug11:00 am12:00 pmFeaturedSunday Service, (online broadcast)11:00 am - 12:00 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

17aug5:30 pm6:30 pmFeaturedSermon Discussion Aug 175:30 pm - 6:30 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

23aug11:00 am12:00 pmFeaturedSunday Service, (online broadcast)11:00 am - 12:00 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

24aug5:30 pm6:30 pmFeaturedSermon Discussion Aug 245:30 pm - 6:30 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

30aug11:00 am12:00 pmFeaturedSunday Service, (online broadcast)11:00 am - 12:00 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

31aug5:30 pm6:30 pmFeaturedSermon Discussion Aug 315:30 pm - 6:30 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

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. The deadline date for applications is May 29, 2020.

 

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Please join us for service on Sunday August 9 at 11AM EST. Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Kay Diviney, “They Had Issues! The Dysfunctional First Families of Genesis: Sibling Rivalry” link available here:

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Jacob was far from perfect. As a biblical character he is certainly not a role model of moral perfection for anyone. But can we glean anything about who we are from his struggles with himself, other family members and even God? Please join us this Sunday, August 2, at 11:00 a.m. as we journey with this larger than life character.

Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt: They had issues! The Dysfunctional First Families of Genesis: ‘A Rogue and a Chancer’.

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Join us this Sunday July 26 at 11AM EST for service online. Sermon by The Rev. Ian Fraser, titled: They Had Issues! The Dysfunctional First Families of Genesis - Open Wounds

Leah and Rachel were not only sisters but were also both wives of Jacob. Each was jealous of the other for different reasons. If this sounds like a recipe for trouble, you’re right! This week we will explore some complicated relationships and what we can learn from them.

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Join us this Sunday July 26 at 11AM EST for service online. Sermon by The Rev. Ian Fraser, titled: They Had Issues! The Dysfunctional First Families of Genesis - Open Wounds

Leah and Rachel were not only sisters but were also both wives of Jacob. Each was jealous of the other for different reasons. If this sounds like a recipe for trouble, you’re right! This week we will explore some complicated relationships and what we can learn from them.

YouTube livestream link here: https://buff.ly/3305ovn

Join us this Sunday July 19 at 11AM EST for service, sermon by The Rev. Ian Fraser, "They Had Issues: The Dysfunctional First Families of Genesis: The Fugitive"

God can often come to us in unexpected places and unexpected ways. This week we will hear about Jacob’s experience while on the run and consider both what we may be fleeing from and where God may be found.

Service available online at: buff.ly/32tpTjw
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Join us this Sunday July 19 at 11AM EST for service, sermon by The Rev. Ian Fraser, They Had Issues: The Dysfunctional First Families of Genesis: The Fugitive

God can often come to us in unexpected places and unexpected ways. This week we will hear about Jacob’s experience while on the run and consider both what we may be fleeing from and where God may be found.

Service available online at: https://buff.ly/32tpTjw

Please join us this Sunday July 11, 2020 at 11 a.m.for Rev. Ian Fraser sermon ‘They had issues! The Dysfunctional First Families of Genesis: ‘Isaac in the Middle'. Of the three patriarchs of Israel, Abraham and Jacob are well known while Isaac is not. Service available online at: ... See MoreSee Less

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