About Us

About Us

St Andrew’s is a community of faith,
inviting all to real life in Jesus

We are a congregation that believes in the power and goodness of Jesus to change lives, strengthen families, transform communities, and make a difference in our world. We believe real life is in knowing and maturing in the love Jesus offers each one of us.


  • 1stSunday of every month at 10:00 am
    • A single service blending traditional and contemporary styles of music and including the Sacrament of Communion, which is open to all who love Jesus, including children.
      • If you have any questions regarding the sacrament, please contact the Pastor.
  • Other Sundays : 2 Services at 9:00 am & 10:30 am
    • The 9 am service is traditional in style, with hymns, sermon and prayers.
    • The 10:30 am service is identical but with a more contemporary style of music.

Nursery (0-3)

  • 9:00 am service
    • not staffed, but it is open for parents to use.
  • 10:30 am and Communion services
    • staffed with volunteers

Sunday School (4-12)

  • Following the opening songs, children come forward to the front of the church for a "Children’s Moment" before leaving for their classes.
  • Children are welcome to stay with their parents if they are hesitant about leaving and there are binders at the doors with puzzles and colouring activities to help pass the hour.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or would like any more information, please call, send an email, or drop by for a visit.

Administration Office
Tue to Thu . . . . 
....9 am – noon
Fri . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 am – noon
Sat to Mon . . . . .Closed
250.746.7413 (ext 0)

St Andrew's Presbyterian Church
531 Herbert Street
Duncan BC   V9L 1T2

Chris Clarke
250.746.7413 (ext 1)

Child & Youth Director
Derek Wilson
250.746.7413 (ext 2)

Our History

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church was established in 1902 by early pioneers in the Cowichan Valley. The original church was built on First Street in downtown Duncan, but relocated up “hospital hill” in 1960. The small building was increased in size a decade later, and the congregation has since converted the former onsite manse to accommodate a community preschool as well as provide additional office and classroom space. Also on the church grounds are a community garden, a columbarium, and Gospel House which is used primarily for the youth drop-in center and other church programs.

The congregation has had a vibrant ministry of outreach to the community over the years, and encourages all its members to be actively engaged in ministry to the world around us.