St. Andrew's In-Person Worship has resumed!
St. Andrew's has resumed in-person worship on Sunday mornings at 10 am and recommends the congregation take appropriate safety measures as needed for their continued health and safety. If you are sick or in a vulnerable population please consider staying home and participating in our live stream. See below for further guidelines.
The Daily Office for Trinitytide 2020
This booklet is lovingly created and edited by Fr. Steven M. Evans to encourage the great saints of St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Syracuse, NY to pray the Daily Office. With many people still intimidated or confused by a prayer book, this booklet will hopefully simplify the Daily Office and make it more accessible for all, especially newbies. It is based on the Book of Common Prayer 2011 with some slight modifications.
Sunday Morning Worship Livestream 10 AM
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Thank you to Katelyn Evans who leading our live stream and in service screen efforts. If you have experience with Zoom or are comfortable using technology we need a team of volunteers. Please talk to Katelyn or Fr. Steve after church on Sunday.
St. Andrew's New Phone Number: (315) 395-9869
10 am Sundays
We are thrilled to have resumed in-person worship and offer the following guidelines and notes:
SICK. If you are sick or in a vulnerable population please consider staying home and participating in our live stream.
MASKS AND HAND SANITIZER will be available for those who need them. We encourage you to protect yourself and others as you feel necessary.
CLEAN. Thank you to Rev. Iris Godfrey and the Psalm 19 team for keeping the ministry center santized.
SEATING. Chairs will be arranged for social distancing for those who need to do so. They can be easily rearranged as needed.
COMMUNION. We will have communion in one kind with no common cup.
SINGING. We will be singing with Joe Godfrey leading in music as ususal.
BULLETIN. There will not be a bulletin or liturgical guide. All of the liturgy will be on Psalm 19’s new flat screen TV.
ATTENTION: If you are not comfortable being in a mixed group of people who are masked and not, please consider staying home and participating online. We implore you to not sit in judgement of those who mask and those who do not. There are a host of sincere reasons why people make the choices they do.
OFFERING. We encourage you to continue to donate via PayPal and to mail your offerings. There will be an offering plate available but it will not be passed.
Temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 situation.
St. Andrew's is committed to being a "House of Prayer for all peoples" (Isaiah 56:7). Join this faithful group who is committed to praying for the church, our community, those in need, the lost and for God to be glorified. We use the Book of Common Prayer and share lunch together following prayer.
Special Invitation: If your prayer life is not what you want it to be or you are a beginning pray-er, please come and be inspired and trained to pray. This time of prayer will be good for your soul.
Visit our Sunday page for more about Sunday services St. Andrew's.
SUNDAY WORSHIP LOCATION: Enter the door that says "Psalm 19" at 6138 S. Salina St.
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Donate to St. Andrew's securely online through PayPal. Use your smart phone or tablet camera and take a photo of this QR code and it should take you to PayPal where you can make a donation, or follow this link: paypal.me/standrewscny
Friday, Aug 7th at 4 pm
The Mobile Food Pantry from the Food Bank of Central New York and at St. Andrew's Anglican Church partner together to serve Nedrow and the immediate vacinity. The boxes of food have produce, dairy products and other food items. Watch our Facebook page and this site for the next date.
St. Andrew's Garage Sale
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St. Andrew's Garage Sale has reopened. St. Andrew's Garage Sale Facebook page.
St. Andrew's runs a weekly garage sale to serve our community. This ministry is run by a great team of volunteers led by Jenny Hart and includes Shirley Grady, Darlene Mitchell, Alicia Hill, Belinda Hill, Kevin Mills, Leroy Bennett, Nancy Tejada, Brenda Dean, Sadie Mitchell, Holly Delavan, Gary Steffen, Marie Whyland, Fr. Steve Evans, Steve Harding, Brittany Martinez, Keith, Debbie & Junior Taber, Tom Stowe, and a few others. We are so grateful for the loving faithful way they have served our community.
Missional Christians Wanted!
St. Andrew's was established in 1902 as a church plant. Now over 100 years later, we are praying about planting new churches in Central NY, the Mohawk Valley, Northern NY and elsewhere in upstate NY.
Next event TBA.
At Faith Builders for Kids events, St. Andrew's kids and their friends are growing deeper in their faith in God through their study of the Bible.
These are fun events for kids PreK-Grade 6 to grow in their faith in Christ, make friends and build with Legos! Bring your kids and/or grandkids and their friends. Martha Rescigno and Alyx Evans are leading these monthly events.
St. Andrew's is part of the world-wide family of Christ followers called Anglicans. Find out more about who we are, what we believe and our ancient Anglican origins. Under development
ResourcesVisit our Resources page for links to books, videos and web sites that will build your faith and support you as you seek to know Christ and follow Him as Lord. Read More
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.”