Due to province-wide restrictions ordered by the Provincial Health Officer, we must reduce the level of social interactions significantly, from November 19 to December 7, 2020; meaning our in-person services will stop for the time being. Video worships will continue to be available as usual on Saturdays.


Our live streamed services will not happen until in-person worships resume. We’ll keep you posted. Find our previous services (look for “All Videos”).

Check out what’s going on at our community in The Link and TWASA. You can’t miss them!

Dec 15 & Dec 17, 2020 ยท 12 – 12:45
We’re glad to announce “The Gift of Christmas” as part of our Recital Series. Come see violinist Serena Jack, well-known for her amazing fiddle/classical music performances and our dear pianist Jorge Carrizales.


We would love to hear your feedback about the website. To this end, a survey will be conducted online on November 8 – 22. It may take about 10 minutes, we hope you feel free to comment at leisure. You can start now. You are also welcome to email us.We are doing our best to consider your opinion.


A pre-recorded video that includes music, images, prayers and the sermon. It compliments the service and may be enjoyed at any time, whether or not you attend worship in person as well. Visit our channel!

We are adding more ways to collaborate with our church, safe e-transfer and bank check options are now possible; for more information see a comprehensive list of the multiple ways in which you can support St Andrew’s. We are always grateful for your contribution through our account in Canada Helps!


the bible

Children love to hear a story many times, they like to savor each detail, and each time it feels new. Reread our Sunday reading and see what’s new this time.

It’s amazing to see how sheep can easily identify their shepherd’s voice, not a single one is indifferent to the call. See how three tourists try to call their attention unsuccessfully; only the shepherd is recognized.

Katherine claims that, in general, we already know what to do to reduce and control the negative impact humanity has our planet, so why don’t we just do it? We don’t need to be an expert: the most important thing you can do to fight climate change is talk about it. But talk how? See by yourself.


Would you like to take high-resolution pictures of our windows? Email us for more details. We look forward to contacting you.

According to the Canadian Military Memorials Database, four of our windows (on the north wall) were installed in 1946 as a memorial of those who died in WWII. Contribute to understanding the history of the sanctuary; you are welcome to email us at tourproject@standrewsvictoria.ca .

Royal Canadian Navyhoweall that heard

Thank you for your visit!

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