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865 Second Avenue West
Owen Sound, Ontario
Canada

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church: a church community of faithful disciples of Jesus Christ, worshiping in Owen Sound, Ontario.

Welcome

Welcome to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. We are a church community of faithful disciples of Jesus Christ, living and serving in Owen Sound, Ontario.

 

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"Becoming Whole in Jesus Christ"

Our Mission

To become

a church community of faithful, thoughtful, loving disciples of Jesus Christ,

living and serving in Owen Sound, Ontario.

Click here to read more about Our Mission, Vision and What We Believe.

Rev. Chuck Moon, Interim Moderator

In October, Rev. Chuck Moon was appointed by Grey Bruce Maitland Presbytery to serve as an interim moderator for St. Andrew’s congregation in Owen Sound. His responsibility as an interim moderator will be to provide leadership to the congregation during a transitional period following the departure of Rev. Dana Benson.

His initial focus as an interim moderator will be listening. He desires to listen and learn more about who we are and what we are passionate about (issues/concerns as well as grace/blessing of God we have experienced as a congregation).

He moved from Korea to Canada at the age of 16 & is currently serving as a pastor at both Tolmie Memorial Presbyterian Church (Port Elgin, ON) and Knox Presbyterian Church (Burgoyne) since 2006.

He graduated from Columbia Bible College (B.A. in Christian Counseling, Care-Giving) and from Trinity Western University (B.A. in Leadership) and received his Master of Divinity from the Vancouver School of Theology.

Contact information:

tolmiepc@hotmail.com OR 519-389-4818 (church office)

church office hours

Monday to Friday

9-12

Worship services

We welcome you to join us for worship on Sunday mornings.

9:00 a.m. - Contemporary service in the CE Hall

10:30 a.m. - Traditional service in the sanctuary

Nov. 18th - Rev. Bert Van Cook

Nov. 25th - Rev. Peggy Kinsman

Dec. 2nd - Rev. Ted Creen

Dec. 9th - Rev. Ted Creen

Dec. 16th - Rev. Ted Creen

coming events

 Information Night

led by our Congregational Nurse, Bev Wilkins

Wednesday Nov. 21st

in the Chapel

7:00-8:30 p.m., with coffee @ 8:00

Marijuana Vs Hemp, Is the Grass Always Greener?”

Click here to see more topics

Fellowship Event

Christmas Carols/Christmas Stories/Poems &

Musical entertainment by Lesley Hallett & students

Sunday, December 9th

@ 4:00 p.m.

followed by a turkey dinner

Cost by donation.

Please bring your own dishes.


Visitors, please check out other activities that take place during the month under faith formation and congregational life at the top of this page.

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Presbycan daily devotion

The Presbycan Daily Devotional website offers daily Christian meditations based on everyday experiences as they relate to Scripture. All devotionals are contributed by our readers on a voluntary basis.

Click here to read today's daily devotion.

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Click here to read the latest from PWS&D 

other Links

Presbytery of Grey Bruce Maitland

The Presbyterian Church in Canada

Presbyterians Sharing

Planned Giving

Huron Feathers Presbyterian Centre

Camp Kintail

things to collect and bring in

pop can tabs (for wheelchairs)

used stamps (for Leprosy mission)

eyeglasses and cases

4 litre milk bags (for sleeping mats)

non-perishable food for the Pantry, Food Bank, OSHaRE (fruit cups, peanut butter, cereal, canned meat, canned salmon, tuna, jam, pasta & pasta sauce, fruit juice – cans, tetra packs, drink boxes, granola, fruit bars, shampoo, bath soap/body wash, deodorant etc. etc.

bread, mayo, canned meat, jam for the Sandwich Makers

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