Nov. 18: Annual Tea and Bake Sale

Annual Fall Tea! Our one Stall is evolving from just a Bake Stall into a PANTRY STALL! In addition to baked goods, we hope to offer jams, jellies, preserves, Christmas puddings, etc. There is also a possibility that some single/two portion “meals to go” may be available, eg. chili, mac & cheese, soups, etc. An added feature will be a COOKBOOK SALE! So many of us have more cookbooks than we need, while others might like to have new or different ones, this is an opportunity to dispose/add to your collection! Just bring in any cookbooks you no longer use and we’ll make them available at the Sale at a reasonable price. The date is Saturday, November 18th, so get your tickets now ($7 each) from any W. A. member or at the Church Office.

Sep. 24: Fellowship Lunch

Join us after Church on September 24th, for our first Fellowship Lunch of the year, hosted by St. David’s W. A. Catch up on summer news and activities as you share a meal of Soup, Rolls, Dessert, Tea/Coffee. No admission. A free will offering will be accepted. We look forward to seeing you there!

Sep. 12: Food for Thought Resumes

Food for Thought (university/early career adults) meets Tuesday nights from 7-9pm at 16 Polina Road for a time of food, fellowship and Bible study. Come join us! After a summer break, the program begins for the fall this coming Tuesday, September 12. Contact Ernst Rollmann for more information: ernstrollmann12 at

Fall 2017: Presbyterian Connection

The third issue of the Presbyterian Connection, a quarterly publication of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, has been released.

An online version can be read by clicking here.

Sep. 10: Sunday School Begins

Welcome back to a new year of Sunday School! The kick-off start date for the year is September 10 and we are excited to begin a new curriculum for the 2017/2018 year entitled Dig In: The Life of Jesus!

Digging Into the Life of Jesus leads kids in walking in Jesus’ footsteps from his birth to his resurrection and ascension. Kids don’t just learn about the historical Jesus; they get to know him personally. They’ll discover that Jesus is a real person — a real friend — who makes a difference in their lives today. Please contact Diana Wamsteeker for more information.

August: Sunday Worship Services at St. Andrew’s

Worship services during the month of August will be held at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.

May 6: Annual Theme Tea

The Annual Theme Tea, FUN & GAMES, is this coming Saturday, May 6th, at 2:30 P. M. TICKETS ARE REQUIRED and tickets will not be sold at the door! We usually sell out, so, get your tickets soon ($10 each) from the Church Office or any member of St. David’s W. A. Come, relax and enjoy an afternoon of good food, fun and fellowship! See you there!

Apr. 22: Moose Dinner

MOOSE is on the MENU at 6 PM on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at St. David’s Presbyterian Church, 98 Elizabeth Avenue! Not your traditional Moose Dinner but a smorgasbord of Moose, presented in a variety of delicious ways, and served Buffet style. Choices such as Braised Moose in Rum Sauce, Honey Garlic Moose, Curried Moose, Choir Soup (with Moose), Hungarian Moose, Moose sausages, and others. A variety of desserts will also be offered and, of course, Chocolate Mousse may be one! Tickets will be available at the Office or from W. A. members at a cost of $20 per person. Join us for an evening of good food and fellowship!

Apr. 2: Presbyterian Connection

The first edition of the Presbyterian Connection, a quarterly publication of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, was released last month.

It can be read online by clicking here.

Mar. 26: Sunday Service and Induction Service

The Sunday Service for March 26, 2017 will be held at St. Andrew’s. Rev. Dr. Marion Barclay will lead the congregation, sharing some insight with all of us on the role of an elder in today’s church.

Additionally, the Induction service for Rev. David Sturtevant, the new minister at St. David’s, will take place at St. David’s 7pm Sunday March 26. We are all invited to this Presbytery event, to meet the newest Presbyterian minister.