Communion Sunday with Rev. Janet Evans

Communion Goblet and Bread

Hello everyone!

This Sunday June 23rd is Communion Sunday. Rev. Janet Evans will be in at St. Andrews United Church in Williamstown to deliver worship and perform communion services.

The Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, Eucharist—these different terms refer to the same sacrament shared by most Christian denominations, a symbolic meal.

Communion is celebrated at a table that suggests the dining table in our homes. At the communion table, we acknowledge that Jesus Christ is the host and all are guests. The meal uses the symbols of small pieces of bread and a taste of wine or juice to remind us of Jesus’ last supper with his followers and of God’s enduring love.

The United Church practices an open table, inviting all who seek to love Jesus to share in this family meal.

In the communion meal, wine poured out and bread broken,
we remember Jesus.
We remember not only the promise but also the price that he paid
for who he was,
for what he did and said,
and for the world’s brokenness.
We taste the mystery of God’s great love for us,
and are renewed in faith and hope. (A Song of Faith)

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Get Growing! Community Garden at St. Andrews United Church - Williamstown

Luane Doyle and Lorna Grant - Community Garden

Community Garden Ready for Planting!

With the summer finally underway, Luane Doyle and Lorna Grant along with the Swerdfegers and other church members have been busy getting the soil ready for planting.

This community garden is open to all members of the community whether you’d like to plant your own vegetables, relax in the garden and contribute your time to helping weed and maintain the space or harvest some vegetables to help ensure your family has access fresh and healthy vegetables.

For more information, contact frequent worship leader Luane Doyle at

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E-NEWS: September 1, 2018

E-NEWS: September 1, 2018

By Melanie Dawson

I can't begin to tell you how proud we are of our own Stephanie Jaworski who is running for municipal councillor this fall, in South Glengarry's on October 22nd election.

Burgeoned by her successes last year with the whole Char-Lan schools file, we are confidant that Stephanie would be an excellent representative for our area and bring some new blood with fresh ideas about our education system to the municipal table.