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Saturday, December 2

Please keep the bake table and gift baskets in mind as you do up your jams, jellies, preserves and baking. If you have any new items that might be included in the Silent Auction, it would be appreciated if you could bring them in as soon as possible.


Presbyterian Connections
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Hurricane Irma has struck the Caribbean leaving devastation in its wake. The Presbyterian Church through Presbyterian World Service and Development (PWS&D) has partnered with the ACT Alliance who are present in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Cuba assessing the situation and coordinating their response to hurricane Irma.  Through the Act Alliance, PWS&D is able to meet immediate needs like food, emergency non-food items, shelter, water and sanitation services.  Those wanting to designate a portion of their offering above and beyond their regular donations can mark the amount on their regular offering envelope or by giving a special donation envelope marked ‘PWS&D – Hurricane Irma’.  Stay tuned for additional information in the coming weeks.


parking spots on the north side of the church parking lot (including the ministers and secretary spots) are designated for handicap parking on Sunday mornings. We hope this will help those with less mobility to access the church better.

We have been asked by the owner of the parking lot South of the wine store and east of the public parking lot behind CIBC to let our congregation know that this is private property and for use by his tenants only.

November Focus: Pasta Sauce
December Focus:
(but anything is welcome!)

~ Help St. Andrew’s to be Part of the Solution ~


are available at St. Andrew's, Lindsay. 
Purchases of these cards help with St. Andrew’s Mortgage Fund.  Please consider becoming a regular supporter of this program.

Support Cards can be purchased at the church office during regular office hours and on Sunday mornings in St. Andrew's Hall during coffee social.  We have a wide variety of gift cards available.

We have the following cards on hand:

Loblaws (& Gas Bar) / ValuMart / National Grocers - $25, 50, 100, 250
Food Basics / A & P - $25, 50, 100
LaMantia's - $20
Giant Tiger - $25, 50
Canadian Tire - Store & Gas bar - $25, 50, 100
Home Hardware / Home Building - $25, 50
Boiling Over Coffee Vault - $10,15
Tim Hortons - $5, 10, 25, 50, 100
Teriyaki Town - $25, 50
Swiss Chalet / Kelseys / Harveys / Montanas - $25, 50
Smittys - $25, 50
Shoppers Drug Mart - $25, 50

We thank all of our members who use the cards and contribute in this manner. St. Andrew's financial goal is to retire our mortgage as soon as possible. Remember, when you exchange your cheque or cash for the cards, St. Andrew's earns nearly 6% on all of your purchases!

Come and see us at coffee hour or Kathy during regular business hours.

The online edition of the Presbyterian Record magazine can be accessed by clicking the image.
The "Record" will no longer be published after December 2016.