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We Welcome You!

St Andrews Presbyterian, Parry Sound

St Andrews is a Presbyterian Church of Canada congregation located in the heart of Ontario’s  Georgian Bay 30000 Islands. We are an active member of the Presbytery of Barrie. We welcome people of all ages and extend a special welcome to travellers and summer residents.  We promise you a warm and friendly welcome at all our events. An important part of our Sunday worship is a fellowship hour following the service where we love to meet new friends. You may enter our church a stranger but you will leave a friend. Why not join us for an exciting, friendly service  Following the service there is a time for visiting over a cup of tea or coffee and some delicious baked goods provided by the ladies of the congregation. Please come! We love making new friends. Check out our visitors tips  We are people on a journey, following where the Master walks.We are people on a journey in the shadow of the cross. (Gregg DeMey, We Are People On A Journey) Guidelines for a Christian Walk ~ A heart that gives thanks in everything and that is broken and humble before Him is a heart that gladdens the heart of God. Here are some keys to walking before God with a thankful, rejoicing, worshipful heart: If you have been hurt, walk in forgiveness; If you have enemies, bless them and pray for them; If you are being disciplined, do not despise the correction of the Lord; If your pride has been wounded, humble yourself before the mighty hand of God’ If you are burdened, worried, or fearful, cast all your cares upon Him. — Roy Lessin
Sunday Worship We gather every Sunday at 10:30 for worship. We welcome visitors.

Caring - Sharing - Loving

1 Thessalonians 2:7-8 “Instead, we were like young children among you. Just as a nursing mother cares for her children,  so we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.”
Worship SundayJuly 23 @ 10:30 The Wonders of Jesus#11 Dawning SightRev Christopher CarterPastor
A NOTE FROM ROSEMARY  Hard to believe that a week ago we were in the early stages of Drama Camp, 2017.  Now it is complete until next July, and I would like to take the opportunity to express my gratitude. No musical can even begin without a musician and a sound crew.  Lois is such an inspiration to the children and to me, and we all sang our hearts out because we knew Lois "had our backs". Karl and Elena Murch are very efficient sound technicians and so, not only were the children properly amplified, they learned a few things about being heard. The crew of volunteers that provided crowd control, script review, and snacks made every child feel welcome.  My thanks go to Dot Joice, Nancy Fisher, Nancy King, Joan Moore, Gail Farquharson, Gayle Potter, Carol Hawken, and Les Norrie.  Also some people provided snacks and that was a huge help. Michelle Sims was the inspiration behind the sets, and the Anderson family provided us with some wonderful nautical equipment. The alumni Kids On The Rock crew of Rachel Maughan, Josh Downs, and Liam and Taylor Marshall "paid it forward" by mentoring the children and working behind the scenes on props, etc.  A special thanks to Josh for providing awesome choreography. Thirty-six children along with their teen leaders performed a 45 minute musical, flawlessly, and my thanks go to all who decided a Friday evening in the summer could best be spent in the company of such talented young people.  As well I know that some of you were faithful prayer warriors for this week.  You have no idea what an encouragement that is to me and the team that comes together every year to support this program.  We are all in your debt! See you next year!  Rosemary
St Andrews Worship 10:30 a.m.
Made with Xara

We Welcome You!

St Andrews Presbyterian, Parry Sound

St Andrews is a Presbyterian Church of Canada congregation located in the heart of Ontario’s  Georgian Bay 30000 Islands. We are an active member of the Presbytery of Barrie. We welcome people of all ages and extend a special welcome to travellers and summer residents.  We promise you a warm and friendly welcome at all our events. An important part of our Sunday worship is a fellowship hour following the service where we love to meet new friends. You may enter our church a stranger but you will leave a friend. Why not join us for an exciting, friendly service  Following the service there is a time for visiting over a cup of tea or coffee and some delicious baked goods provided by the ladies of the congregation. Please come! We love making new friends. Check out our visitors tips  We are people on a journey, following where the Master walks.We are people on a journey in the shadow of the cross. (Gregg DeMey, We Are People On A Journey) Guidelines for a Christian Walk ~ A heart that gives thanks in everything and that is broken and humble before Him is a heart that gladdens the heart of God. Here are some keys to walking before God with a thankful, rejoicing, worshipful heart: If you have been hurt, walk in forgiveness; If you have enemies, bless them and pray for them; If you are being disciplined, do not despise the correction of the Lord; If your pride has been wounded, humble yourself before the mighty hand of God’ If you are burdened, worried, or fearful, cast all your cares upon Him.
Sunday Worship We gather every Sunday at 10:30 for worship. We welcome visitors.

Caring - Sharing - Loving

1 Thessalonians 2:7-8 “Instead, we were like young children among you. Just as a nursing mother cares for her children,  so we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.”
Worship SundayJuly 23 @ 10:30 The Wonders of Jesus#11 Dawning SightRev Christopher CarterPastor
A NOTE FROM ROSEMARY  Hard to believe that a week ago we were in the early stages of Drama Camp, 2017.  Now it is complete until next July, and I would like to take the opportunity to express my gratitude. No musical can even begin without a musician and a sound crew.  Lois is such an inspiration to the children and to me, and we all sang our hearts out because we knew Lois "had our backs". Karl and Elena Murch are very efficient sound technicians and so, not only were the children properly amplified, they learned a few things about being heard. The crew of volunteers that provided crowd control, script review, and snacks made every child feel welcome.  My thanks go to Dot Joice, Nancy Fisher, Nancy King, Joan Moore, Gail Farquharson, Gayle Potter, Carol Hawken, and Les Norrie.  Also some people provided snacks and that was a huge help. Michelle Sims was the inspiration behind the sets, and the Anderson family provided us with some wonderful nautical equipment. The alumni Kids On The Rock crew of Rachel Maughan, Josh Downs, and Liam and Taylor Marshall "paid it forward" by mentoring the children and working behind the scenes on props, etc.  A special thanks to Josh for providing awesome choreography. Thirty-six children along with their teen leaders performed a 45 minute musical, flawlessly, and my thanks go to all who decided a Friday evening in the summer could best be spent in the company of such talented young people.  As well I know that some of you were faithful prayer warriors for this week.  You have no idea what an encouragement that is to me and the team that comes together every year to support this program.  We are all in your debt! See you next year!  Rosemary
St Andrews Worship 10:30 a.m.
Made with Xara

We Welcome You!

St Andrews Presbyterian, Parry Sound

St Andrews is a Presbyterian Church of Canada congregation located in the heart of Ontario’s  Georgian Bay 30000 Islands. We are an active member of the Presbytery of Barrie. We welcome people of all ages and extend a special welcome to travellers and summer residents.  We promise you a warm and friendly welcome at all our events. An important part of our Sunday worship is a fellowship hour following the service where we love to meet new friends. You may enter our church a stranger but you will leave a friend. Why not join us for an exciting, friendly service  Following the service there is a time for visiting over a cup of tea or coffee and some delicious baked goods provided by the ladies of the congregation. Please come! We love making new friends. Check out our visitors tips  We are people on a journey, following where the Master walks.We are people on a journey in the shadow of the cross. (Gregg DeMey, We Are People On A Journey) Guidelines for a Christian Walk ~ A heart that gives thanks in everything and that is broken and humble before Him is a heart that gladdens the heart of God. Here are some keys to walking before God with a thankful, rejoicing, worshipful heart: If you have been hurt, walk in forgiveness; If you have enemies, bless them and pray for them; If you are being disciplined, do not despise the correction of the Lord; If your pride has been wounded, humble yourself before the mighty hand of God’ If you are burdened, worried, or fearful, cast all your cares upon Him. — Roy Lessin
Sunday Worship We gather every Sunday at 10:30 for worship. We welcome visitors.

Caring - Sharing - Loving

1 Thessalonians 2:7-8 “Instead, we were like young children among you. Just as a nursing mother cares for her children,  so we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.”
Worship SundayJuly 23 @ 10:30 The Wonders of Jesus#11 Dawning SightRev Christopher CarterPastor
A NOTE FROM ROSEMARY  Hard to believe that a week ago we were in the early stages of Drama Camp, 2017.  Now it is complete until next July, and I would like to take the opportunity to express my gratitude. No musical can even begin without a musician and a sound crew.  Lois is such an inspiration to the children and to me, and we all sang our hearts out because we knew Lois "had our backs". Karl and Elena Murch are very efficient sound technicians and so, not only were the children properly amplified, they learned a few things about being heard. The crew of volunteers that provided crowd control, script review, and snacks made every child feel welcome.  My thanks go to Dot Joice, Nancy Fisher, Nancy King, Joan Moore, Gail Farquharson, Gayle Potter, Carol Hawken, and Les Norrie.  Also some people provided snacks and that was a huge help. Michelle Sims was the inspiration behind the sets, and the Anderson family provided us with some wonderful nautical equipment. The alumni Kids On The Rock crew of Rachel Maughan, Josh Downs, and Liam and Taylor Marshall "paid it forward" by mentoring the children and working behind the scenes on props, etc.  A special thanks to Josh for providing awesome choreography. Thirty-six children along with their teen leaders performed a 45 minute musical, flawlessly, and my thanks go to all who decided a Friday evening in the summer could best be spent in the company of such talented young people.  As well I know that some of you were faithful prayer warriors for this week.  You have no idea what an encouragement that is to me and the team that comes together every year to support this program.  We are all in your debt! See you next year!  Rosemary
St Andrews Worship 10:30 a.m.
Made with Xara

We Welcome You!

St Andrews Presbyterian,

Parry Sound

St Andrews is a Presbyterian Church of Canada congregation located in the heart of Ontario’s  Georgian Bay 30000 Islands. We are an active member of the Presbytery of Barrie. We welcome people of all ages and extend a special welcome to travellers and summer residents.  We promise you a warm and friendly welcome at all our events. An important part of our Sunday worship is a fellowship hour following the service where we love to meet new friends. You may enter our church a stranger but you will leave a friend. Why not join us for an exciting, friendly service  Following the service there is a time for visiting over a cup of tea or coffee and some delicious baked goods provided by the ladies of the congregation. Please come! We love making new friends. Check out our visitors tips  We are people on a journey, following where the Master walks.We are people on a journey in the shadow of the cross. (Gregg DeMey, We Are People On A Journey) Guidelines for a Christian Walk ~ A heart that gives thanks in everything and that is broken and humble before Him is a heart that gladdens the heart of God. Here are some keys to walking before God with a thankful, rejoicing, worshipful heart: If you have been hurt, walk in forgiveness; If you have enemies, bless them and pray for them; If you are being disciplined, do not despise the correction of the Lord; If your pride has been wounded, humble yourself before the mighty hand of God’ If you are burdened, worried, or fearful, cast all your cares upon Him. — Roy Lessin
Sunday Worship We gather every Sunday at 10:30 for worship. We welcome visitors.

Caring - Sharing

- Loving

1 Thessalonians 2:7-8 “Instead, we were like young children among you. Just as a nursing mother cares for her children,  so we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.”
Worship SundayJuly 23 @ 10:30 The Wonders of Jesus#11 Dawning SightRev Christopher CarterPastor
A NOTE FROM ROSEMARY  Hard to believe that a week ago we were in the early stages of Drama Camp, 2017.  Now it is complete until next July, and I would like to take the opportunity to express my gratitude. No musical can even begin without a musician and a sound crew.  Lois is such an inspiration to the children and to me, and we all sang our hearts out because we knew Lois "had our backs". Karl and Elena Murch are very efficient sound technicians and so, not only were the children properly amplified, they learned a few things about being heard. The crew of volunteers that provided crowd control, script review, and snacks made every child feel welcome.  My thanks go to Dot Joice, Nancy Fisher, Nancy King, Joan Moore, Gail Farquharson, Gayle Potter, Carol Hawken, and Les Norrie.  Also some people provided snacks and that was a huge help. Michelle Sims was the inspiration behind the sets, and the Anderson family provided us with some wonderful nautical equipment. The alumni Kids On The Rock crew of Rachel Maughan, Josh Downs, and Liam and Taylor Marshall "paid it forward" by mentoring the children and working behind the scenes on props, etc.  A special thanks to Josh for providing awesome choreography. Thirty-six children along with their teen leaders performed a 45 minute musical, flawlessly, and my thanks go to all who decided a Friday evening in the summer could best be spent in the company of such talented young people.  As well I know that some of you were faithful prayer warriors for this week.  You have no idea what an encouragement that is to me and the team that comes together every year to support this program.  We are all in your debt! See you next year!  Rosemary