News from St. Andrew's for the Third Sunday after Pentecost
during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Third Sunday after Pentecost, June 21

Join us at 10:00 am at this link.

  • To Call in: 1 929 205 6099. Meeting ID: 277 699 116

  • Church School bulletins can be found here for ages 3+ and here for ages 7+.

  • Sunday collect and lessons here (use Track 2)

  • This Sunday we celebrate the generosity of many parishioners and give thanks for a successful capital campaign - you will hear several voices share reflections after the Gospel reading

Pray, and be prayed over, after Sunday Worship! If concerns are weighing on your heart or joys are gladdening your spirit and you would like to share those concerns and celebrations with others pleased join us after the Sunday worship Zoom session. Members of our prayer team will welcome you, lay virtual hands upon you, give thanks with you and help you find the healing power of God’s love.

Wednesday, June 24

Gather at 10:30 am as we explore the stories of women in the Bible – this link This week we walk with the women attending the wife of Phineas (1 Samuel 4:19-22), the wife of Phineas (1 Samuel 4:19-22) and the girls fetching water (1 Samuel 9:11-13).

No Virtual Arts Camp This Summer; Potential Alternatives Forthcoming

Thanks to all who engaged in the Arts Camp Survey. Based on the survey results, only 8.3% (1 out of 12 respondents) responded "yes" to an interest in Virtual Arts Camp. 3 Others responded "maybe," and 8 responded "no." Given this result, there will be no Arts Camp, virtual or in-person, this summer. More to come on potential alternatives, and contact Grant Underwood for any questions:

Spirit & Chancel Choir Update

The Spirit & Chancel Choir contributes to music ministry at St. Andrew's in so many ways. Although there is explicit guidance, for health reasons, that we may not sing in the near future, I wanted to provide some words of assurance that we will reconvene as fast as we can, but as slow as we must. I (Grant) miss seeing you and singing with you all from week to week and, within the realities of our current limitations, I am thinking through all possibilities that will allow us to reconvene in fellowship as soon as we are able.

The Young String Trio Offers Hymnal 1982 Requests As a Virtual Ministry

The Young Trio, a west-coast-based Episcopalian string trio, is offering to play string trio recordings of any Hymnal 1982 Hymn by request from any Episcopalians across the country. If you would like a special request for them to play and record one of your favorite hymns, either visit their youtube page or submit a request to Grant who will forward it on your behalf: