We celebrate two sacraments, Baptism and Communion.
Baptism can occur at any age. For an adult tt occurs in conjunction with a profession of faith and admission to church membership.
The children of believing parents bring their child for Baptism and promise to raise their child to love and serve God.
The entire congregation promises to support the family.
The Minister makes the sign of the cross with water on the person’s head in Baptism.
The waters of Baptism symbolize refreshment, cleansing, new life, the death, burial and resurrection of Christ.
Baptism is an act of the whole church and a sign of church membership, so Baptism always happens in the presence of the worshiping congregation. When a child is baptized at least one of the parents must be a confessing member of the church.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Rev. Virginia at 905-468-3363
For general inquiries regarding Baptism please call
Our volunteers bring encouragement, prayers of faith, and the healing touch of Christ to those who are hospitalized in convalescent or nursing facilities, or at their homes.
If you are member of the St. Andrew’s church family and would like a visit or know of another church member who would benefit from a visit please contact your elder or the church office at:
When you attend a Sunday service write your request on the PRAYER CARD and give it to an usher or drop it in the offering plate.
For your privacy:
ONLY our Prayer Team and Minister will receive your prayer requests; Your prayer requests will NOT be posted in any form to be read by our general congregation.
Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life. If you would like to have your wedding service conducted at St. Andrew’s by an ordained Christian minister please contact us. 905-468-3363 firstname.lastname@example.org