Holy Eucharist: 11:00 a.m. on each Sunday of the month.

Holy Communion service and discussion: Wednesday's at 10:15 a.m. 


What Does a Service at St. Andrew’s Look Like?                                         


Welcome to St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Wellington. St. Andrew’s is a small church that has been at the center of the village of Wellington in Prince Edward County for almost 175 years. The church building was originally constructed in 1852, expanded in the 1870s, and then a new chancel was added in 1910.


The church is intimate in size, warm and welcoming. At each service, two members of the church greet people as they arrive, prepared to answer questions or simply to help people feel at home. Seating in the pews is open.


The entrance to St. Andrew’s is at street level, with no steps to be negotiated. There is parking on Main Street and also a small number of spots in behind the town hall.   


Services at St. Andrew’s Anglican are conducted every Sunday and Wednesday, with Eucharist celebrated most Sundays and every Wednesday morning.  Canon Nancy Beale is the incumbent for two churches, St. Andrews Wellington in the Parish of Kente and St. Philip's Milford in the Parish of Marysburgh. 


Occasionally, a service of morning prayer is conducted, typically led by a lay reader, who is a parishioner with extra training and education in scripture, liturgy and church life. We are lucky to have a talented church musician at St. Andrew’s, who plays our sung prayers and the several hymns at each service. Our hymns come from the Anglican hymnal, Common Praise.


Texts for the hymns, and for the order of service, are displayed on an overhead screen, with all texts for prayers and prompts written out clearly. Our services follow contemporary Anglican liturgies.

At the end of each service, the congregation is invited for coffee in the parish hall.                           

At St. Andrew’s, parishioners have a hand in every level of church function, from volunteering as greeters, to hosting coffee hour. They are involved in reading or composing prayers, as wardens in the church, as delegates to Synod, and as members of the Parish Advisory Council. Opportunities for contributing abound. There is also space for those who wish to attend quietly, come only occasionally, or when in particular need. 

Service starts at 11:00 AM on Sundays!



Newcomers are welcome at St. Andrew’s. This time in the larger Church, as well as in the world, is a time of challenge and change. We need new experiences, new voices, and fresh curiosity to keep vital a parish that has a long history of thriving and evolving in the beautiful town of Wellington.