Service Schedule (see complete calendar)

Weekly Services

8:30am Sunday Book of Common Prayer
10:30am Sunday Book of Alternative Services

Monthly Services

10:30am 2nd Thursday Royalcliffe Residence Service
10:00am 4th Thursday Waverly Residence Service
7:00pm 2nd Wednesday Beer and Bible

History

Originally named Holy Trinity and located in Chelsea Green on the corner of Edna and Adelaide, St Andrew Memorial moved to its current location on the corner of Wellington and Foxbar in 1941.

The original building opened for Sunday services in 1941 and is still in use today by two masonic orders operating youth education programs and the London Consistory Club. Upon moving to this building, Holy Trinity was renamed to St Andrew Memorial in honour of Andrew Jamieson, the first Anglican missionary to Walpole Island.

As Old South grew and expanded, so too did the parish and it soon became necessary to build a new and larger building. It is in this building that St Andrew Memorial still meets today.

Opened and dedicated in 1957 this building has been the centre of our community and worship ever since. The current facilities left to us from previous generations allow us to continue in the heritage of Andrew Jamieson in reaching out to the greater community in loving service.

Throughout its history, St Andrew Memorial has seen its place in the Diocese of Huron and in the city of London as a place of service, a cornerstone of the community and a place where through word and deed we make known the Good News of Jesus Christ.