ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY FOR ALL WHO SEARCH
EVEN WITH OPENING UP IN THE CHURCH, WE WILL CONTINUE THE VIRTUAL SERVICES ONLINE
COFFEE HOUR AND
TOWN HALL ZOOM
SUNDAYS AT 3PM
DOCUMENTATION OF THE REOPENING
The vestry and Fr. Andrew have put together a protocol for what to expect from a Sunday Service. These safety guidelines where put together in conjunction with the Diocesan guidelines and taking in consideration our church's worship space and physical plant.
Please take a moment to read.
FIRST CHURCH SERVICE AT THE CHURCH
Our first service back in the church
will be July 19 at St. Andrew's at 9am. Everyone who wishes to attend the church service needs to register on the website or by calling the office. This is a part of the reopening process to ensure the safety guidelines by the Diocese. Please click on the "Start".
VIDEO ABOUT WHAT TO EXPECT IN CHURCH
This is a video message from Fr. Andrew about how things will have changed since your last time in the church. He explains some of the new protocols.
DIOCESAN STEPS TO REOPENING OUR CHURCH
The reopening of our
church will involve phases
and steps. Please check
out the video from the Diocese.
Link below is the summary
of the reopening process.
THE WAY OF LOVE: PRACTICES FOR A JESUS-CENTERED LIFE
STARTING TUESDAY, JUNE 2 @11AM
9 WEEK ZOOM STUDY
WITH FR. HANYZEWSKI
Fr. Andrew will be leading a study called The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life. This study gets its roots from the monastic community who are known for their patterns or their “Rule of Life.” The Way of Love: Practices for Jesus-Centered Life — outlines a Rule for the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement. The Way of Love is a way of life. More than a program or curriculum, it is an intentional commitment to a set of practices. It's a commitment to follow Jesus: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, Rest.
The Way of Love Session Downloads
More information about this study can be found on the national churches website.
WELCOMING YOU HOME
The word religion can mean something different for each person. As Episcopalians, we are followers of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We strive to love our neighbors as ourselves and respect the dignity of every person in keeping with our Baptismal Covenant.