9:30 am Sundays
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Anglican House Blessing
An Anglican tradition that Fr. Steve and Fr. Sam hope to revive is that of the annual house blessing during the season of Epiphany. Please contact the Fr. Steve to schedule a blessing of your home.
Sunday, Jan. 15
The Annual Meeting of St. Andrew's will following worship, approximately 10:45 am, on Sunday, Jan. 15. All members are expected to be there. Regular attenders and friends of St. Andrew's are encouraged to attend and celebrate God's great work in our church.
The Daily Office: Utilizing the Book of Common Prayer for Your Devotional Life.
Date: Jan 22 & 29, Feb 5
Fr. Steve invites you to discover the Book of Common Prayer 2011 as a resource for your devotional life. We will learn about the Daily Office, Lectionary and other resources in the BCP. A BCP 2011 will be available for everyone for a suggested (but not required) cost of $10.
Coming in Winter 2017!
St. Andrew's is currently preparing to launch the Alpha Parenting Course to support parents in our church and community. Please watch our web site and Facebook page for more information.
St. Andrew's continues to support marriage and is planning to run the Marriage Course again in the Winter/Spring of 2017. Please contact Fr. Steven Evans asap if you are interested.
Closed for the season!
2016 was another successful Garage Sale season for St. Andrew's. Thank you so much to Jenny Hart, Tim DeGraff, Marie Whyland, Josie Geer and so many other faithful volunteers who served the community. Thank you also to the many generous donors who gave of their goods to bless our customers.
We anticipate reopening for 2017 approximately 2 weeks after Easter.
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Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”