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"
a church community of faithful, thoughtful, loving disciples of Jesus Christ,
living and serving in Owen Sound, Ontario.
Rev. Chuck Moon, Interim Moderator
In October, 2017, 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.
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church office hours
Monday to Friday
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
March 24th - Rev. Ted Creen - 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
March 31st - Rev. Ted Creen - 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
April 7th - Rev. Peggy Kinsman - 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
April 14th - Rev. Ted Creen - 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
April 21st - Rev. Ted Creen - Easter Sunrise service @ 7:30 a.m. at Inglis Falls, followed by a hot breakfast & fellowship
Easter Resurrection service - a blend of Easter lessons, hymns & songs @ 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary
Lent starts on Ash Wednesday and climaxes during Holy Week, the last week before Easter. During the 40 days of Lent, Christians remember the time when Jesus went into the desert to fast and pray before beginning his work for God.
These weekly devotions (prepared by The Upper Room) are designed to guide us closer to God during this Lent season.
“A Season of Preparation”
Ash Wednesday, Mar. 6th – Worry
Week 1, Mar. 13th – Trust
Week 2, Mar. 20th – Prayer
Week 3, Mar. 27th – Solitude
Week 4, April 3rd – Submission
Week 5, April 10th – Death and Life
During Holy Week, there is a devotion each day for individual use, ending on Easter Sunday.
led by our Congregational Nurse, Bev Wilkins
Mar. 27th in the Chapel
“Latest Research on Alzheikmers’s, Dementia, Diabetes and open Question Forum.
Sandra Hong, Patient Educator for Dementia & Alzheimers Society & Diana Vandermeer
fellowship event - Movie Night
Friday, March 29th
‘Coat of Many Colours” - the inspiring true story of Dolly Parton’s rags-to-rhinestones upbringing
in Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains.
Cost by donation.
Please bring your own dishes.
Please sign the sheet on the office counter so that we know how much food to prepare.
Sat. April 6th
Come and enjoy a variety of Christian contemporary songs,
rounded out with an old-time classic Gospel jam session to close.
A free-will offering will be taken up for R.A.Y. Ministries.
Sat. May 4th
8:00 a.m. to 12 noon
Vacation Bible School - July 14th – 19th
9:00 a.m. to 12 noon
Monday to Friday
& Sunday, July 21st @ the morning worship service at 10:00 (optional)
Visitors, please check out other activities that take place during the month under faith formation and congregational life at the top of this page.
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.
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