Welcome to St. Andrew’s Church
Join us every Sunday at 10:30am for Morning Worship


Downtown Toronto is a busy and bustling place. Every day, thousands of people stream past the doors of St. Andrew’s on their way to work, to the theatre, to their homes, to sports games, and to the many tourist sites located in the church’s neighbourhood.

Behind the large doors which open onto King St. is a quiet and peaceful place of prayer and of worship.   The doors to the sanctuary will be open Monday to Friday from  9 AM to 4 PM for people to find a moment to come in to pray, to contemplate, to collect their thoughts and to seek peace.

God calls on St. Andrew’s to be an inclusive community and to welcome all with open arms and hearts of love.

St. Andrew’s Church is a place of prayer for all people.






Worship Online with the St. Andrew’s Church Community 

To access the online services from previous weeks, please click here.

February 5,, 2023 – Fifth Sunday after Epiphany


THURSDAY NOON-TIME COMMUNION SERVICE  – Doors will open at noon and the service will begin at 12:15 PM.  All are welcome.



The service of Sunday, January 22, 2023 is now available online HERE


Thank you to all the participants!






Sunday Adult Bible Study
Please join us Sunday mornings at 9:00am in the boardroom for our weekly Bible Study.  We will continue with our hybrid format so if you would like to join us via Zoom please email Rev. Faris at b.faris@standrewstoronto.org so that he can send out the weekly link.

For more detailed information please click HERE


Church School & Nursery Update for Winter 2023 
A new Church School year has now begun here at St. Andrew’s!  we welcome  children and youth, up to 17 years of age, each Sunday morning.

The Nursery is located on the 2nd floor, in Room 205 in the Kid’s and Co Daycare.  It is available for infants under 3.  It is open at 10:15 for parents and guardians to drop off their children before worship service begins at 10:30am.

For more information please click HERE






Volunteer with Out of the Cold at St. Andrew’s

Our  Monday Night, Out of the Cold supper resumed as of November 7, at 5:30 pm while our Community Breakfast continues every Tuesday morning at 7:00 am.  The Boutique is open during both breakfast and supper.

If you wish to volunteer with us in any part of the program you must register HERE:

This applies whether you are a new or a returning volunteer.

We look forward to working with another wonderful group of volunteers this year who want to make a difference in the heart of Toronto.

To learn more about our Out of the Cold Program, please click HERE


Out of the Cold Boutique
The Out of the Cold Boutique is now open on Mondays beginning at 3:45 pm in conjunction with the Out of the Cold Supper and continues to serve our guests from 7:00 to 8:30am on Tuesday mornings during the Community breakfast.  The number of guests visiting the Boutique on Monday night has almost doubled from last year!

 The Boutique’s Top 5 Urgent Needs

  1. Men’s jeans, sweat pants & belts – all sized
  2. Men’s and Women’s’ underwear (must be new) M, L, XL
  3. Men’s long underwear (must be new) M, L, XL
  4. Men’s and Women’s Winter boots – especially men’s size 12 and 13
  5. Men’s Winter coats L and XL and Winter gloves


For more information about the OOTC Boutique, and to arrange a drop off time or monetary donation, please email Diana Veenstra
at: dveenstra@standrewstoronto.org

To learn more about our OOTC efforts please click HERE.








For tickets – please click HERE

As a reminder of past fun at Mardi Gras concerts

– Please click HERE




Music at St. Andrew’s

The Friday Noon-time Recital on February 10, 2023 will feature  – Dongso J. Kim, cello, Ben Smith, piano.  Concerts run from 12:10 to 1:00pm –  Plan to join us then!

Recitals are free with an opportunity for donations.



Evangel Hall Mission – A Call for Volunteers!

”Do you like cooking? Are you looking for an activity to do with friends or family? There is room for small groups of 4-6 people to cook and serve a hot meal for tenants at Portland Place on Sunday afternoons. Lasagne, hearty pasta, and stews are always big hits, especially in the cold weather. Approximately 50 servings are needed.

There are also volunteer opportunities for high school students at EHM on PA days (spots are limited).

For more information about volunteering contact janna.spurr@evangelhall.ca

For more information about Evangel Hall please click HERE

Upcoming Events



Better English Cafe

The Better English Café is now back in session Tuesdays from 7 to 8:30 pm in the Great Hall, 73 Simcoe St – opposite Roy Thomson Hall.

Click below for more information.

Volunteers & Donations are always needed, for both our breakfast & supper programs and our boutique.  Click below for details

St. Andrew’s Church Faith Formation programs are now back in-person

The Nursery, Church School and Youth Group activities will all be available.

For more detailed information, please click below.


SAGA returns on Friday, January 27, 2023. when we will celebrate Lunar New Year.  Please click below for further updates.

Life @ St. Andrew’s



To access our archive of present and past sermons, please visit the St. Andrew’s Church Toronto Youtube channel.

This Week at St. Andrew’s


Each Friday we publish a weekly newsletter for the week ahead. Keep up to date with what is happening at St. Andrew’s and for opportunities to join with us in worship and in fellowship.

Session & Ministries


The elders of the congregation serve together on the Session. The Session is responsible for the oversight of all of the ministries of the congregation.
Each of these six ministry areas is coordinated by a convener and an associate convener, who work with committees, task forces, activity groups and individuals within the respective areas of concern.

Faces of Faith


In “Faces of Faith” we will be featuring members of our community – old and new – and putting faces to names.  Check in during the upcoming weeks to learn a bit more about those who are the lifeblood of this church and about the varied ways that they contribute.