Sharing What We Have Heard

Sharing What We Have Heard

Sharing What We Have Heard - Audio Sermon I have often wondered what God looks like. Scripture gives us some fleeting idea’s as to God’s form, but nothing concrete. In the first chapter of Genesis we do not get a description of God, but we do learn that...

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Actions Speak

Actions Speak

You've heard the expression before: Actions speak louder than words. It is an expression about getting the job done, rather than sitting around and talking about the jobs that need doing. What would life be like if we were told not to talk about what your plans are or...

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Annual Meeting & Other News

Annual Meeting & Other News

It is a busy time at St. Andrew's. The following events are happening soon and we hope you can join us for them. Men's Breakfast The Men's Breakfast will meet this Saturday (February 14) at the Dutch Oven. Join us at 9am for breakfast, coffee and good conversation. We...

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A Prayer from the Mountaintop

A Prayer from the Mountaintop

Gracious God, Open our eyes and let us see Jesus. Allow his ministry to be our light in the world. May your light shine upon us. We journey with Jesus to the mountaintop. Bathed in light we see your son, our Saviour Keeping company with Moses and Elijah. You connect...

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The Time Between Worship

The Time Between Worship

What does it mean ‘to go to church’? You probably have a different answer to that question than I do. In fact if I polled you I do not think we would get the same response from everyone. I think there would be a great deal of similarities, but also some subtle...

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Preparing for Sunday: A Day’s Work

What does a day's work look like? Perhaps if you are a doctor it is arriving at your practice, seeing patients, and prescribing remedies. A contractor might follow plans drafted up by another individual and ensure that a building or other project is completed. A...

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10,000 Reasons

10,000 Reasons

We have many reasons to give thanks to God. In prayer we express our love and gratitude to God for all that we have received. One way we can express our love to God is through song. Song can be used to elevate our praise to God. King David was known for praising God...

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Presbyterian World Service & Development Sunday

Presbyterian World Service & Development Sunday

This Sunday is Presbyterian World Service & Development (PWS&D) Sunday. At St. Andrew's we are fortunate to have Susan James and François Ndibwami from PWS&D join us for worship. Susan and François will speak to the congregation about the relief and...

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Fishing

Fishing

The flashback is a story telling technique that takes the narrative back in time. The purpose of this is to inform the audience of an important piece of information that exists. Something crucial to understanding the story as a whole. In some movies we start with an...

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Primer for Sunday: John was Arrested

Primer for Sunday: John was Arrested

This week we are looking at Mark's gospel. In the first verse of our reading this week we have the following line, "Now after John was arrested..." It is an ominous way to begin a reading and a difficult one on which to build a ministry. We are only fourteen verses...

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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Cobourg is part of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. The congregation was established in 1833 and continues to serve the community.

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