St. Andrew's Episcopal Church celebrates God's love for all people as we grow together in God, invite others to experience God through Jesus Christ, and share in God's work of changing lives in our community and beyond.

Bread for life: adult lent course
Wednesday evenings in Lent
Food is essential to human life and to Christian community. And yet we do not often spend time thinking about the relationship between food and faith.  Each week we will gather in the St. Andrew's Room at 6:45 for light refreshments and fellowship before beginning the presentations at 7 p.m.

February 17 - Launch of the Course: Food, Belief and Ritual
What theologians and ethicists today have to say about our food system and choices
February 24 - Food Insecurity
Deacon Eric Elley and the Church Without Walls Core Team will lead a discussion of our food ministry as a natural extension of our worship.
March 2 - The Power of Local
Phil Korman, Executive Director of CISA (Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture) will talk about the move back to small farms and a local food economy.
March 9 - Baking Break and Tasting the Fruit of the Vine
Mary Ellen Brush will lead us in baking bread together, and Fr. Charles Summers will lead a wine-tasting.
March 16 - The Community's Holy Meal
Fr. Derrick and Fr. Harvey will lead this session looking at the understanding and practice of Holy Communion. 

Celtic Worship Service
Saturday, February 13 at 5 p.m.
Meaningful music and prayers from the British Isles, with candlelight and meditative harp music by Gretchen LaBonte.

New Heating System - FAQs
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