St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
      Founded 1744

 

Special Parish Announcements


OUR LENTEN JOURNEY
We thank you for the gift of your beloved Son Christ Jesus.
 Help us to walk this Lenten Season in the Way of Love and to practice a Jesus-centered life.

LENTEN RESOURCES
+Wednesdays in Lent Noonday Service of Holy Communion with Healing Prayers and Anointing in Church.
+Sunday Morning Study on The Way of Love Lessons of the Day at 9:20-10:00 AM in the Founder's Room.
+Daily Devotions for The Way of Love designed to follow the special lectionary prepared for The Way of Love curriculum.   Available at Welcome Table in Church.
+Lenten Meditations 2019 Booklet from Episcopal Relief and Development: Available at Welcome Table in Church.
+Lenten Calendar for The Way Of Love In Lent: Available at Welcome Table in Church.
+Daily Lenten Meditation, Food For The Journey, from Washington National Cathedral. To sign-up visitinfo@cathedral.org
+For our Children and Youth:  Visit the Children's Resource Table in Church for 40 Acts of Lenten Love for Children and  Sunday News Lessons.


HOLY WEEK/EASTER WORSHIP SCHEDULE

Palm Sunday April 14
8am & 10:30am HE, Liturgy of Palms and The Reading of The Passion


Maundy Thursday April 18
12:00 Noon service with Communion (No evening service)


Good Friday April 19
12:00 Noon service with Communion from the Reserved Sacrament (Followed by Bell Ringing)


EASTER SUNDAY April 21
Festival Eucharist 8am & Easter Egg Hunt follows the 10:30 Service


SUNDAY SCHOOL CONTINUES– (10:40-11:10am, Parish Classroom)
Sunday School for children and youth is offered during the first half of the 10:30 service through the ministry of the Word.  In the 30 minutes, kids from preschool through grade 6 can study together the scripture lesson of the day and try a follow-up project. 


ST. ANDREW'S $5 HOT LUNCHES – a Fundraiser to Fight Hunger in St. Mary's! - St. Andrew's will offer a $5 hot lunch (soup, sandwich, and drink) in the Parish Hall during Thrift Shop hours (10am - 1pm) continuing through March 23.  ThThere is a sign-up sheet in the parish hall.Contact kerri.thompson.frank@leonardtowngrants.com.

OUTREACH TO THREE OAKS
We continue to partner to provide Monday night meals at the Three Oaks men's homeless shelter,  Trays of chicken, bags of potatoes, etc., are all acceptable to feed 20 men. Contact: kerri.thompsonfrank@leonardtowngrants.com

THE THURSDAY BOOK GROUP IS BACK  Resumed March 7

Join us for a discussion of Why Religion? A Personal Story. The author is renowned historian of religion, Elaine Pagels, and this is her story of learning, love and loss, her search for understanding the mystery of life and death. Why Religion? A Personal Story. Available from Amazon for $18.29 hardcover, $14.99 kindle. We’ll gather in the senior classroom at 10:30 every Thursday morning.


JOIN US AT 8:00 AM, TRADITIONAL SERVICE OR 10:30 AM, FAMILY CONTEMPORARY
SERVICE WITH MUSIC.