Weekly News

April 12, 2024

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This Sunday's Guest speaker

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This Sunday -Guest Speaker Rev Mathew Fillier

This week, guest preacher Rev. Matthew Fillier invites us to consider why it takes nothing less than the movement of celestial bodies on an astronomical scale to embrace our neighbour of all neighbours…the earth.

When we widen our circle of compassion to include creation itself as the center of our attention and compassion, then so much can shift towards the kind of relationship the Divine imagines for humanity.

Join us this Sunday, as the Gospel calls for A Total Eclipse of the Heart.


Social Justice Committee

EARTH DAY PARADE -Saturday April 20th 2024 2PM

(rain date: Sunday, April 21, 2024)

Parade start time/location: 2 p.m. at Sackville Landing

After Party: 3-5 p.m. at Peace and Friendship Park

The People’s Parade for Life on Earth is a grassroots community parade - a joyful celebration for all to come together in respect and love for Mother Earth, the Water and all our relations. 

Route map

Come join the Parade- Represent St. Andrews United Church

if you can't walk in the parade, join the onlookers watching the amazing, creative parade, sit on a park bench at the Peace and Friendship Park and enjoy music and games



in the sanctuary after church service

Edith Corkum is a Grade 10, St. Andrews youth , passionate about the environment. Come hear her speak about the organization " Music Declares Emergency" , their projects and climate partnerships

Earth Week, April 18th to 22nd

There are special events at the Public Library.

If you cannot attend it The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it

Sunday School

Welcome to St. Andrew’s Sunday School. 

We are an all inclusive program for all ages! Our program is filled with laughter and learning. Click or tap the button below to go to our sign-up app - anyone is welcome to join. 

We hope to see you next Sunday

Sign up here 

The Welcome Project

What's the first thing you do when you get to church on Sundays? Grab your name tag, right? And there's always a smiling face there to welcome you!

The Greeting Committee is looking for volunteers to help all those who come to worship feel comfortable and welcome. You can brighten someone's day!

Click here to sign up 


Scotia Festival of Music is looking for billets for its annual Young Artist Program!

This year’s program dates are May 25 to June 10. Billets are not expected to provide food or transportation, just a private space for Young Artists to sleep in for the duration of Scotia Festival. Billets will receive four complimentary tickets of their choosing to Scotia Festival of Music 2024!

Ideal billeting locations would be in and around the Dalhousie Studley campus area, or on a convenient bus route.

If interested, please reach out to Scotia Festival’s staff via email at, or by telephone at 902-429-9467.


Sonic Concerts - The Once

26 April - 7:00 PM

A modern indie folk trio from Newfoundland, The Once have collected a trio of Canadian Folk Music Awards, numerous ECMA awards, and was named Artist of the Year by the Newfoundland & Labrador Arts Council.

They have earned not one, but two JUNO nominations for Roots Album of the Year and continue to take their music around the world.

For all the details - click here.

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