Sitting at home or at your cottage? Wondering what to do? You might want to knit or crochet a red scarf for Réseau ACCESS Network’s “Tie on a Red Scarf” campaign that happens in December. This campaign highlights awareness about AIDS as bright red scarves are displayed all over the city. The scarves are free to anyone who needs one in the cold days of December. The red scarves need to be 6 inches wide and 40 inches long. We will be gathering up the scarves in early November. If you have any questions, please contact Alison at [email protected] or 705-674-0721, ext. 101.Leave a comment >>
St. Andrew’s Church Council met on August 19th to approve a return to in-person worship in the sanctuary beginning on Sunday September 12th (the Sunday after Labor Day). Until then, services will continue to be recorded on Fridays, and posted to our YouTube channel by Saturday evening.
Starting on the 12th, our services will also be live streamed at 10:30 am.
Those who cannot or choose not to attend in person would have two options to view the service: watch it live at 10:30 am, or watch it later after a recording of the service is posted on YouTube. The virtual Fellowship Hour will continue to be hosted by Bev and Diane at 7pm.
More details can be found at the following links to three documents:
- a) a cover letter from Rev. Dave and Church Council – Worship update letter – Aug 25, 2021
- b) the list of worship practices that we will follow (similar to last fall, with a few adjustments) – St. Andrew’s Worship Practices – Sept. 2021
iii. c) an invitation to sign up as a worship volunteer, using our Doodle Poll system – Request for Sunday volunteers – Aug. 2021
Five volunteers are needed each week: two screeners at the main entrance, one attendance monitor, one greeter, and one offering monitor
Questions about volunteering? Contact Leslie Cassidy, our interim Volunteer Coordinator at [email protected]Leave a comment >>