Greeters Needed for Summer

We are looking to fill in some dates for the summer for greeting as well as helping to process the Sunday offering.   A sign up sheet is posted at the Welcome Centre with the dates needed or contact the church office.

190th Anniversary Sunday

St Andrews has been worshipping in Guelph for 190 years!  We celebrated our 190th Anniversary with a delicious sold-out dinner in the Church Hall on Saturday night, with our special guest preacher for Sunday, Rev Dr Vern Tozer, in attendance.


On Sunday, Rev Tozer reminded us in his sermon about the symbolism of the cock crowing on our steeple, and how it is trying to remind us what we need to do to ensure St Andrew’s Christian witness continues in Guelph for another 190 years. 

Afterwards, cake in the parlour…

We don’t look too bad for 190 years old!


Kurtimah grandchildren update

Alex and Sallay have been approved as sponsors and the files have been forwarded to Accra, Ghana for processing. Please keep the Kurtimahs and the government officials who handle these applications in your prayers.

Christmas Season Services 2017

Sun.,  Dec 10th
  • 10:15 am    Carol Singing
  • 10:30 am    Worship Service
Sun.,  Dec 17th
  • 10:15 am    Carol Singing
  • 10:30 am    Worship Service    ‘No Rehearsal Pageant’
Christmas Eve   Dec 24th
  • Morning     10:30 am     Service of Festive Music
  • Evening      8:00 pm       Family Worship Service


Farm Fresh Eggs for Sale

Some of you may have noticed the egg fridge at the Welcome Centre.  The Oskam family is supplying fresh eggs from their farm for purchase at $3 a dozen (there is a locked money box on the fridge) and a portion of the sales made from the eggs is then directed back to St. Andrew’s.
Please do not confuse these eggs with the egg and cheese donations for Chalmers. Of course you can use the fridge to purchase eggs for Chalmers donations if you wish, but please make sure donations for Chalmers are placed in the fridge in the kitchen.

Rev John starts his Intermission

Starting today, Rev John is leaving the congregation until Monday Sept 4th.  During this time, he will be completely unavailable; he will have no email access and the Office has been instructed not to contact him for any reason.  This complete lack of contact is necessary to ensure that it can be a rejuvenating experience for Rev John, like a parental or medical leave.  Rev John feels that we both will value the time spent apart and he trusts that the congregation won’t consider this time as a kind of limbo for our congregation, but instead as an opportunity for St. Andrew’s to pull together even stronger.

Solar panels

Since June 30, St Andrew’s has been harnessing the power of the Sun on the roof of its Christian Education wing.  It will take us approximately 7 years to have “paid off” this investment in renewable energy.  Watch our production here .