Welcome to St. Andrew's Memorial Anglican Church
in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

I'm glad you've found us, here on our new website!

St. Andrew's is sometimes characterized as 'the little church that could' by its leadership. Founded as a sort of unassuming, blue collar Anglican church, we are discovering that our values of resiliency and community-building are serving us well in these 'post-pandemic' days. In fact, we are blessed to be experiencing growth and the developing of new relationships as we welcome newcomers and visitors, raise up and cultivate our team of worship leaders, and serve as a supportive environment for seminary students.

The congregation has boasted a high degree of ethnic diversity for several decades, and this has certainly continued, and even significantly increased, in the last several years. Additionally, our Sunday morning community unites people from all walks of life: professionals and academics, and also those living in group home situations. All are valued, and important parts of our community. It is my hope and belief that at St. Andrew's you'll find a warm welcome.

While initially planted in a somewhat hidden part of town between downtown and other more residential areas, we now find ourselves in the middle of a hugely growing neighbourhood, bringing both opportunities and challenges. But one thing's for sure: we're no longer off the beaten path; in fact, we are just a short walk from the Mill Street light rail transit stop, which is a particularly advantageous and strategic place to be in our growing city.

Do drop by on an upcoming Sunday, check us out on Facebook and Youtube, reach out by phone or email, and prayerfully consider if God is leading you to grow in your faith alongside those who call St. Andrew's their spiritual home.


With gratitude, we acknowledge that St. Andrew's Memorial Anglican Church is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Hodinohsyó:ni, and Attawandaran (Neutral) Peoples, which is situated on the Haldimand Tract, land granted to the Six Nations that includes ten kilometres on each side of the Grand River from mouth to source.