Happy New Year 2018 from Pastoral Care


There is a time for everything, and a season

for every activity under heaven:

Ecclesiastes 3:1

Dear Church Family & Friends

The year of 2017 has quickly come and gone. It was a year full of excitement and activity for our small congregation here at St Andrew's Christian Church.

God has been good to us. Where we have lost some of our members moving to residences due to medical reasons, or sadly some who have left this life on earth altogether, God has brought new faces into our flock. Some are searching for answers, some are hungry for the Word and to learn more, some come with special talents to share and some with ready hands to do whatever work that may need to be done.

God has a special place and a function for everyone within this Church Family.


What is it that God wants you to do for Him here at St Andrew's Christian Church in 2018?

You might be very surprised at what God reveals to you. Whatever God calls you to do, He will also enable you to do it!

We are all His servants and called according to His purpose.

So, I ask you in this coming year, how will you serve our Lord and Saviour?

Will it be a listening ear, taking cookies to a shut-in, helping out on one of the special Fellowship Event projects, helping clean the church, doing clean-up on a Sunday morning, being a Prayer Warrior, joining the choir or one of so many needed helpers.

I would ask you to come to one of the Church Board Meetings and see how the church functions along with the different levels of leadership and responsibilities.

There is a reason why God has sent you here to St Andrew's Christian Church.

It may be that you have come to grow in your walk with God or it may also be that you have come to help us to grow! We are the clay, and the Lord is still reshaping us all according to His plan.

I look forward to being a part of your Pastoral Care this year. Remember to pray for me as I serve God in this labour of love. I too am a sheep in this flock at St Andrew's Christian Church, in need of direction, support and encouragement. I thank you for your patience with me.


We have different gifts, according to the grace given us. If it is serving, let him serve; if it is teaching, let him teach; if it is encouraging, let him encourage;

if it is contributing to the needs of others, let him do so generously;

if it is leadership, let him govern diligently; if it is showing mercy,

let him do it cheerfully. Romans 12:6a,7-9 NIV


May the Lord Bless you and keep you in His loving care.



Pastoral Care

St Patrick's Day Greeting from Pastoral Care

When St Patrick's Day comes around, we usually think of little leprehauns, pots of gold and green clovers. Everyone is Irish even if only by their imagination for this one day of the year. This year, St Patrick's Day is followed closely by Easter.

St Patrick was a true servant of the Lord, who showed his love by word and deeds. 

Read more: St Patrick's Day Greeting from Pastoral Care

Chili Lunch

Everyone's welcome to beat the cold with a little chili. Sunday January 22 following church service.

Great food and fellowship. Suggested donation of $7

Christmas Care

This is when we prepare our hearts and minds for Advent.

We will travel the road taken so many years ago on the journey to find and to see a new born babe who will become Christ the King. This journey will be in prayer, in worship and in song with your Church Family and with others. The road we travel may be in the decorating of your home or helping someone else decorate theirs. It may be in the baking of cookies and sharing them over coffee with a friend. It may be in visiting a shut-in and boosting up their spirits with your smile or if they are able, taking them out for a drive or shopping. In all these acts of love, may your joy of finding this new babe in your heart, shine forth for all to see and for non believers to ask and to search and to find this love which came to us in Jesus Christ our Saviour.