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Our Mission Statement

St. Columba Presbyterian Church is committed to being a loving, caring, sharing community of faith, welcoming all people wherever they are in their relationship to God in Jesus Christ and helping them grow in that relationship. In response to the gift of the Grace of God…

We Worship

seeking through prayer, music and the reading and preaching of God's Word to glorify and celebrate our life in Christ.

We Witness

reaching out to our growing community, in order that people who are not part of a Christian family may find one in our church.

We Study

encouraging the spiritual growth of all individuals in their knowledge, experience and application of faith in Christ.

We Discover

the joy of Christian fellowship and service through the use of our time and talents in sharing the comfort and peace of Christ in our congregation, in our community and around the world.

Sunday Worship: 10:30am

Our Worship Service is Reformed and traditional in format, with an emphasis on the reading and preaching of God's Word in the Bible. Special music from our Choir is also always a highlight. Worship lasts for about one hour and is followed by coffee, tea and fellowship.

Wheelchair accessible & Electronically looped


St. Columba Congregational Profile

Upon the retirement of the Rev. R. Kerr, St. Columba has begun the search for a new minister. This is a new and exciting transition in the life and ministry of this congregation. We encourage all to pray for the Search Committee and Interim Moderator as they embark on this search.  Eligible candidates who have been certified for ordination within the Presbyterian Church in Canada, or graduating students who have been conditionally certified for ordination,  or ministers of this Church in good and regular standing, or a minister of other churches who have been declared eligible by the General Assembly. The congregational profile is available here for review.  Link to profile.
If you are a qualified candidate and are interested please contact the Interim Moderator, the Rev. Jennifer Geddes,