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   St. Andrew's strives to be the face of Christ within our walls and beyond our doors.

St. Andrew's in Pictures

With the magic of the internet we can share photos and brief stories of recent happenings with the people of St. Andrew's. 
Ordination of The Rev. Rodger Babnew, Jr.

Here are lots of photos from the ordination, from the party at Rodger and Irma's home, and the reception at Church on Sunday morning.  Click on the link to view photos.

Visit to HEPAC in Nogales, MX

On Tuesday, June 13, Fr. Ernie, Dcn. Rodger and Sally Lockwood visited a community center about 3 miles south of the border in Nogales.  Called Home of Hope and Peace                      (
(Hogar de Esperanza y Paz) or HEPAC, the center provides meals, education and a safe refuge.

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Parishioners from St.  Mary Magdalene, Boulder, CO visit Mexico and St. A's.

Seven adults and 3 high school students from St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church in Boulder came to St A's on Tuesday evening, June 13. 
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New LED lighting at St. A's

St. Andrew's is in the process of changing all the lighting to LEDs in an effort to be more energy efficient.  A wonderful side benefit is that it is much brighter throughout the church.  The outside lights are on motion sensors for safety after dark.  The work is being done by EnComm Consultants headed by Christy Vertuca.
Church women prepare food for Healing Meals and Coffee Hour

On Wednesday, June 14 a few women gathered to cook together to prepare food for future use by shut-ins and coffee hour.
Lutheran Youth from Grand Canyon Synod visit Border

150 young people from the Lutheran Grand Canyon Synod visited the border on June 15.  Fr. Ernie and Dcn. Rodger met them at the border, prayed with them there and delivered their personal letters to the Kino Initiative. The students are visiting aspects of social justice in the southwest, including homelessness in Las Vegas, environmental issues at the Grand Canyon, human trafficking in Phoenix and Tucson, and migration in Tucson and Nogales.

St. Andrew's kids at Chapel Rock Camp week 1

Fifteen of our youth will be attending Chapel Rock Episcopal Church Camp in the next few weeks.   Our church has to most students attending throughout the diocese.  Money was raised through donations and scholarships from the diocese so that there was no cost to the campers and their families other than transportation to Prescott.  You will be learn more about the campers and their camping experiences in future newslettters. 

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