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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

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

 

Click here to access our video archives.

Upcoming Events

20sep10:15 am11:00 amFeaturedVirtual Back to School Sunday10:15 am - 11:00 am

20sep11:00 am12:00 pmFeaturedSunday Service, Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, "Doubting Freedom" (online broadcast)11:00 am - 12:00 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

21sep5:30 pm6:30 pmFeaturedSermon Discussion Sep 215:30 pm - 6:30 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

26sep7:00 pm8:00 pmFeaturedYoung Adults Faith Discussion Series7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

27sep11:00 am12:00 pmFeaturedSunday Service, (online broadcast)11:00 am - 12:00 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

28sep5:30 pm6:30 pmFeaturedSermon Discussion Sep 285:30 pm - 6:30 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

04oct11:00 am12:00 pmFeaturedSunday Service, (online broadcast)11:00 am - 12:00 pm The Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul

05oct5:30 pm6:30 pmFeaturedSermon Discussion Oct 55:30 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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The Israelites had fled Egypt after centuries of oppression, but no sooner had they left than they started to miss their old lives. They even doubted the God who had led them out of slavery and into freedom. Are we in a similar place right now, grieving the past whilst being uncertain of what the future might hold?

Please join us at 11am on Sunday as we continue to journey with the people of Israel on their way to the Promised Land. Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, "Doubting Freedom".

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An end to the pandemic does not seem in sight even as a new Church season begins. This week, as the people of Israel journey to freedom, we see how the Hebrew God finds a way to rescue them just when all seems lost. But can their God help us?

Please join us on Sunday at 11am EST as we continue to explore the book of Exodus. Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, “Cornered with no way out”

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We are inundated with so much information these days that it’s sometimes difficult to know quite what to trust. How do we interpret global events in light of our faith? This Sunday at 11AM EST, The Rev. Ian Fraser will explore the story of the Israelites’ escape from Egypt and ask if there might be another version not being told. Sermon titled, "Ten Drops of Wine".

YouTube Livestream link available here: buff.ly/2QYUXB2
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We are inundated with so much information these days that it’s sometimes difficult to know quite what to trust. How do we interpret global events in light of our faith? This Sunday at 11AM EST, The Rev. Ian Fraser will explore the story of the Israelites’ escape from Egypt and ask if there might be another version not being told. Sermon titled, Ten Drops of Wine.

YouTube Livestream link available here: https://buff.ly/2QYUXB2

The story of God speaking to Moses through a burning bush has captured the imaginations of many people through the ages, from artists to authors and film makers. Please join us this Sunday at 11AM EST as we journey with this unassuming man who is called by God to do some pretty amazing things to save his nation.

Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, "An Unlikely Candidate"
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At the beginning of the book of Exodus we discover that a group of diverse women, while risking their own lives, save the life of a baby called Moses. Moses would then grow up to lead his nation to freedom. What might the actions of these women teach us about making decisions? Join us at 11am this Sunday as we journey with their story. Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, “Godly Trouble”.

Link to our livestream: youtu.be/vN3-7ZEtnbA
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At the beginning of the book of Exodus we discover that a group of diverse women, while risking their own lives,  save the life of a baby called Moses. Moses would then grow up to lead his nation to freedom. What might the actions of these women teach us about making decisions? Join us at 11am this Sunday as we journey with their story. Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Glenn Chestnutt, “Godly Trouble”.

Link to our livestream: https://youtu.be/vN3-7ZEtnbA
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