St. Andrew’s is a classical gothic church in downtown Penticton, known as he Church of the Red Door.
Join us on Sundays at 10am for traditional worship. Listen to our Choir sing, enjoy our beautiful stained glass unique windows that add a warm atmosphere to the sanctuary and meet some really friendly, interesting people.
St. Andrew’s is a worshiping community that loves God, and the world, in every way we can––
Over 100 people attended the annual picnic today at Manitou Park, Naramata. We enjoyed fresh veggies and dips provided by Penticton United Church, yummy burgers with all the fixings supplied and cooked by St. Saviour’s and a delicious fresh strawberry shortcake made by Carol Hayhurst of St. Andrew’s. It is rumored that Colin Cross woke Carol up at 6.30 am on Saturday to go to Summerland to pick the strawberries That’s dedication for you.
Enjoy a lobster dinner presented by the St Andrew’s Fellowship committee on Friday June 17th @ 5.30pm
No messy shell cracking to deal with. 4/5 oz of Nova Scotia lobster meat with butter and all the fixings for only $25/pp.
You won’t get a better deal than this. This event usually sells out fast so email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seats.
Bring some friends and enjoy another fun evening at St. Andrew’s.
This August Colin Cross will be presenting A Midsummer Night’s Dream by the Bard of Avon William Shakespeare. There will be at least six performances at local wineries/venues around the Okanagan.
If you are interested in acting and would like to audition for a part please contact Colin Cross email@example.com.
Preliminary auditions are taking place at the St. Andrew’s Church on Monday and Tuesday 9th and 10th of May 2016 starting at 7pm.
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Your car needs a wash? Come and see us on Sunday May 1st at the Oasis Church car park, 2964 Skaha Lake Rd. and we’ll make your car sparkle.
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TORCH Youth carwash May 1st
It’s here at last. The long-awaited Daffodil tea. Come-on-down and join us at the St Andrew’s Church hall to sample all the yummy, delicious treats that Linda Middlestead and her team have baked for your delight.
There will also be a ‘Books and Collectibles’ table so come early to make sure you get a bargain.
The price is always right at the St Andrew’s annual Daffodil tea! Only $6 for tea, sandwiches and desert squares.