Welcome to St. Andrew's United Church In Lacombe

Sunday morning worship service starts at 10:30 am. Join us for coffee and fellowship after the service in the auditorium.


What's New On The Website?

  • Morning Messenger for February 15th
  • Audio of sermons is now available on the "Sermons" page.
  • If you missed an event in the Morning Messenger, click "Adult Programs". A number of upcoming events are housed there.
  • The 2013 annual report is now available on the website. Click here. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view the report. If you need the Acrobat viewer, please go here.

"Messy Church is Food, Fun, Faith, Family!"

Designed to bring children, youth and adults together in fun and interactive activities, Messy Church is a new way to explore the values and stories of Christian Faith in an atmosphere of creativity, hospitality and celebration at St. Andrew's United Church (5226-51 Avenue). It is held on the First Friday of every month, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Call 403-782-3148 for more info.




Audio of Sermons

St. Andrew's is pleased to introduce audio of sermons presented by our ministers, Reverend Ross Smillie and Pastor Marco Ste. Marie. We believe this will provide an extension of our worship to those who cannot attend service or would like to hear a sermon again. Click on "Sermons" on the left hand side of the page to find a sermon to listen to.


Services at Royal Oak and Heartland Manor

On Tuesday, February 17, the United Church is responsible for services for the residents of these facilities. The services are conducted by one of our ministers, but it is nice for the residents to have other congregational members visit, especially at Royal Oak, where several of our members live. If you are available, please come. The service is at 10:15 at Royal Oak and at 11:00 at Heartland.


Prayer Shawl Ministry

The Prayer shawl ministry is an outreach ministry of the United Church Women (UCW). The UCW supplies the wool for the prayer shawls. We welcome knitters, crocheters and "wanna bees" to join us every second and fourth Monday at St. Andrew United Church at 1:30. We also supply wool to people who want to knit or crochet in their homes. If you know someone who is experiencing a challenging time in their life and could benefit from receiving a prayer shawl, please make us aware by contacting Janet Tack @782-3802 or Doris Thesenvitz @782-7063.



The St. Andrew's United Church Youth (SAUCY) group have produced a video that is now available on YouTube! Click here