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, unique stained glass windows that add a warm atmosphere to the sanctuary and meet some really friendly, interesting people. Oh yes, and listen to an interesting and insightful message from our wonderful Minister the Rev. Colin Cross. Check out the Food For the Soul page for texts of previous sermons.
St. Andrew’s is a worshipping community that loves God, and the world in every way we can––
Email us to book our beautiful sanctuary for your very special wedding.
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 ‘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.
Wed, March 8th – International Women’s Day. Grandmothers for Africa is inviting everyone to come and join them as they walk from The Shatford Centre, down Main St. to the Lakeside Hotel. Assembly time is 11:45am on the front lawn of the Shatford. “Through personal commitment and purposeful action, we can create a ripple effect that not only advances women in the workplace today, but re-defines opportunities for future generations. Together, we can forge a lasting legacy of growth, increased prosperity and stronger communities throughout the world.”
For those wishing a further knowledge of the Presbyterian Church philosophy and who perhaps want to make a commitment to join St. Andrew’s Penticton.
Click here to email Colin Cross
Friday January 27th @ 5.30pm
Enjoy a traditional Scottish themed evening with a delicious meal of juicy slices of roast beef, haggis and all the fixings.
Wear a kilt to join in the festivities if you like.
Tickets available from Fraser or Iza MacDonald or from Carol Parrott $25pp.
Colin Cross, the ”most interesting minister’ in Penticton”, speaks to the Penticton Herald.
Read what he has to say about the relevance of Christmas in modern day here: