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

News

Communication Survey

Mar 10 2017
The communications committee at St. Andrew Memorial is hoping to find ways to improve communication within the parish as our members come from many different age and social groups who all communication differently. We have created a survey to find out your thoughts. Parishioners at St. Andrew Memorial are asked to fill out this survey to the best of your ability by Sunday March 26, either online, or on the paper copies provided at services this month. Any questions you have about the...
The communications committee at St. Andrew Memorial is hoping to find ways to improve communication within the parish as our members come from many different age and social groups who all communication differently. We have created a survey to find out your thoughts. Parishioners at St. Andrew Memorial are asked to fill out this survey to the best of your ability by Sunday March 26, either online, or on the paper copies provided at services this month. Any questions you have about the survey can be directed to Ann Webber (annwebber16@gmail.com) or Liane Fisher Bloxam (liane.e.fisher@gmail.com).   Create your own user feedback survey

Lent and Holy Week at St Andrew Memorial

Feb 24 2017
From the Book of Alternative Services, we are called to "observe a holy Lent by self-examination, penitence, prayer, fasting, almsgiving, and by reading and meditating on the Word of God." There are extra opportunities for worship and study during Lent, both at St. Andrew Memorial, and in partnership with other congregations in London. You are invited to make any or all of the following part of your Lenten observance: Shrove Tuesday - February 28 Pancake Supper at St. Michael and All...
From the Book of Alternative Services, we are called to "observe a holy Lent by self-examination, penitence, prayer, fasting, almsgiving, and by reading and meditating on the Word of God." There are extra opportunities for worship and study during Lent, both at St. Andrew Memorial, and in partnership with other congregations in London. You are invited to make any or all of the following part of your Lenten observance: Shrove Tuesday - February 28 Pancake Supper at St. Michael and All Angels, 5-7pm Ash Wednesday - March 1 Imposition of Ashes 10:30am at St. Andrew Memorial 7:00pm at Redeemer Lutheran Lenten Scripture Study - Encounter the Living Word Sundays in Lent, between the services 9:15am - 10:15am Morning Prayer Wednesdays in Lent - BAS Morning Prayer 10:30am at St. Andrew Memorial Holden Evening Prayer - a partnership between Lutheran and Roman Catholic congregations, to which we are also invited 7:00pm Wednesdays March 8 at Trinity Lutheran - 746 Colborne St. March 15 at St. Justin's Roman Catholic - 855 Jalna Blvd. March 22 at St. Michael's Roman Catholic - 511 Cheapside March 29 at Redeemer Lutheran - 1 Frank Place April 5 at St. Ansgar Lutheran - 600 Lawson Rd. Soup Supper - March 29 6:00pm at Redeemer Lutheran Private Confessions Examine your conscience, sit down quietly, confess your sins to God and ask forgiveness. Enter Holy Week with a renewed relationship with God. Call Pastor Lisa to set up a time. Palm - Passion Sunday - April 9 8:30am - BCP at St. Andrew Memorial 10:30am - BAS at St. Andrew Memorial Holy Eucharist in Holy Week - April 10, 11, 12 Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 5:30pm at St. Michael and All Angels Maundy Thursday - April 13 Liturgy of foot-washing, followed by stripping of the chancel 7:00pm at St. Andrew Memorial Prayer Vigil - April 13-14 Everyone is encouraged to take an hour throughout the night to wait with Jesus as the crucifixion approaches. The vigil ends with the beginning of the Good Friday service. At St. Andrew Memorial Good Friday - April 14 10:30am at St. Andrew Memorial The Great Vigil - April 15 9:00pm at St. Paul's Cathedral Easter Sunday - April 16 8:30am at St. Andrew Memorial - BCP 9:15am at St. Andrew Memorial - "Son Rise" breakfast between the services 10:30am at St. Andrew Memorial - BAS  

Seeking your memories of St. Andrew Memorial

Aug 23 2016
We are celebrating St. Andrew Memorial's 75th anniversary on Sunday, November 27, 2016. We're looking for old pictures, keepsakes, and memories of any description to display at a reception following the 10:30 a.m. service that day. Please check your photo albums, desk drawers, photo CDs, show boxes for memories to share. If you would like to submit an item, please speak with Carole Nickels at 519-455-9076 or al-carole@rogers.com. Please submit items before November 13.  All items...
We are celebrating St. Andrew Memorial's 75th anniversary on Sunday, November 27, 2016. We're looking for old pictures, keepsakes, and memories of any description to display at a reception following the 10:30 a.m. service that day. Please check your photo albums, desk drawers, photo CDs, show boxes for memories to share. 001_L&M_062015 If you would like to submit an item, please speak with Carole Nickels at 519-455-9076 or al-carole@rogers.com. Please submit items before November 13.  All items will be scanned and returned to the owner within the week. Looking forward to the celebration!

2015 Missions Report

Feb 01 2016
St Andrew Memorial Missions Activity Report 2015 Each year the various mission activities of St Andrew Memorial are tracked. This report captures the bulk of our activities, but does not capture 100% all activities in the parish. The purpose though is to ascertain how effective the parish is at outreach ministry and are we tithing in outreach ministries. Clothing Donations Each box of clothing estimated value $250 x 8 boxes Economic Value = $2000 Christmas Share, St Paul’s Social...
St Andrew Memorial Missions Activity Report 2015 Each year the various mission activities of St Andrew Memorial are tracked. This report captures the bulk of our activities, but does not capture 100% all activities in the parish. The purpose though is to ascertain how effective the parish is at outreach ministry and are we tithing in outreach ministries. Clothing Donations Each box of clothing estimated value $250 x 8 boxes Economic Value = $2000 Christmas Share, St Paul’s Social Services Economic Value $1015 Community Breakfasts Program Economic Value $5 per breakfast Jan=30 Feb=44 March=73 April=58 May=39 June=53 July=53 August=58 September=69 October=34 November=40 December=51 Total = 592 * 5= $2960 Coldest Night of the Year $515 PWRDF $195 Daily Bread Donations 20 boxes of Kleenex = 20 x 2 = $40 320 Rolls of Toilet paper ($10 per 12 pack) $266 58 roles of paper towel ($5 per 2) 33 x 5 = $145 500 Lbs of fresh Vegetables (value of 3 plots contribution to St Paul’s Social Services) 2 dollars per pound $1500 Box of Toiletries Toothpaste 20 x 2 = $40 Toothbrushes 40 x 1 = $40 Soap 55 x 1 = $55 Shampoo 22 x 4 = $88 Eat Simply Lenten Jar $690 Total mission outreach economic value $9549 Total Parish Offerings $98 767 Percentage of mission activities 10.3 % of total parish offerings

Notice of Special Vestry

Dec 24 2015
A special meeting of the vestry is being called on January 17th following the 10:30 am service. The purpose of this vestry meeting is to elect our Lay Delegates to Synod. It is necessary to elect the lay delegates in advance of our regular vestry meeting so that all the necessary paperwork is completed in time for the upcoming episcopal election on February 13th, with the snow date being February 20th. ...
A special meeting of the vestry is being called on January 17th following the 10:30 am service. The purpose of this vestry meeting is to elect our Lay Delegates to Synod. It is necessary to elect the lay delegates in advance of our regular vestry meeting so that all the necessary paperwork is completed in time for the upcoming episcopal election on February 13th, with the snow date being February 20th.
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