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.

May 26, 2024 – Trinity Sunday


On Saturday May 11, 2024 family, friends and many people, who were involved in the Biafran Airlift during the Nigerian Civil War, gathered within St. Andrew’s Church to dedicate a Memorial to four Canadians who died when their plane carrying food and medicine crashed on August 2, 1969.   The Memorial plaque also honours all ground and air crews who worked for Canairelief and Joint Church Aid.  Their work resulted in the largest non-governmental humanitarian airlift in history. 










Our Semi Annual Book & Cookie Sale in support of both our Out of the Cold Program & our Refugee Sponsorship Committee, will take place on Friday, May 31 and Saturday June 1.

The need for these programs seems to increase each year and your support is always greatly appreciated.  We hope to see you there!










This Friday, May 31st, Toronto pianist, Luke Welch, is our guest for the final recital of the Spring season.  He will play music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Chopin.  Come and bring your friends.  The music begins at 12:10.

Admission is free with opportunity for voluntary contributions.



Out of the Cold Spring & Summer

While our Out of the Cold Takeaway Supper is now finished until November,  our Tuesday Breakfast continues all year round from 7 to 8:30 am.  The Out of the Cold boutique is also open weekly during breakfast.

Spring has arrived and Summer weather is fast approaching and the needs of our guests change.  Currently, we are in need of the following items:

1) Men’s Short Sleeved Summer Shirts

2) Men’s Shorts

3) Water Bottles

4) Men’s Belts

5) Men’s Shoes sizes 9/10/11/12

Donations of these items would be particularly appreciated.

In addition to clothing, the boutique is currently managing a high demand for soap, toothbrushes and toothpaste.  Again, donations of these toiletries would be greatly appreciated.


To learn more about our OOTC efforts and needs, or to volunteer, please go to our website https://standrewstoronto.org/volunteer/out-of-the-cold/








Associate Minister at St. Andrew’s

St. Andrew’s is seeking an Associate Minister to serve in faith, hope and love in the heart of Toronto. See below for additional information about this opportunity:


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.s next meeting will take place May 24, 2024.   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.