St. Andrew’s Calendar

St. Andrew’s Calendar

June 2019 Worship

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Events

Jun 16, 2019

Jim Robertson’s first eucharist

A priest’s ministry is centered in and lives out of the celebration of the Eucharist. It is what grounds a priest’s soul, directs their ministry, and is the means through which they gather people into community and into Christ. Jim’s first celebration of the Holy Eucharist will be with us, his home parish, on June 16th. There will be special prayers offered. Also, Jim will be available to offer blessings to anyone, as it is a very special thing to…
Jun 18, 2019

Morning Prayer

Join us for a time of reading scripture, praying, and silence as we usher in the new day, turning our hearts toward God.
Jun 19, 2019

Morning Prayer

The backbone of worship in the Episcopal Church is the Daily Office, a collection of prayers offered throughout the day, beginning with Morning Prayer, a quiet, sacred service that can be done individually (for there is always someone else praying with you) or together in a group. Please join us for time of reading scripture and offering prayers.
Jun 19, 2019

Healing Service at The Episcopal Home

We gather mid-week to receive healing prayers and to celebrate the Holy Eucharist together. This is a lovely time of reading scripture, asking for God’s healing grace to be within our own heart, mind, body, and soul or for those who are on our heart. There’s an intimacy of communion when the group gathered is small and knows each other well. All are welcome to attend. It’s a wonderful way to intentionally connect with God’s grace part way through the…
Jun 19, 2019

Spirituality of Eucharist

The Episcopal Church understands the centrality of the Holy Eucharist in our Christian lives. We celebrate this sacrament of praise and thanksgiving each week, coming forward each time expecting to be transformed by the love and grace of Christ. In addition to understanding the history and tradition of the various parts of the Eucharistic service, it is helpful to explore the spirituality of entering fully into the service. This can involve exploring how our heart and soul is touched by…
Jun 30, 2019

worship committee meeting

This is an opportunity for those who lead worship to come together and plan, reflect, and imagine. This is a time for people to share their own experiences of worship and to work always to create meaningful and moving worship experiences for all parishioners, ranging from the quiet spoken service at 8 a.m. to the festive youth-filled service at 10 a.m., the Holy Week services which walk us through the last week of Jesus’ life, to the quarterly Contemplative Eucharists…