Taize on Thursday Throughout the season of Lent, we will offer a Taizé service on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm, starting on March 9.
Centering Prayer Mondays from 5-6pm Centering prayer is a community of people gathered for silent prayer with one intention, to center us in God. In the midst of busy lives and busy minds, we return, return, return to God. Over time Centering Prayer becomes not simply a type of prayer, but a way of life.
We are starting a Centering Prayer group at Saint Andrews on Monday evenings from 5-6pm. We will gather in the sanctuary from 5-5.30pm for Lectio Divina (sacred listening), followed by Centering Prayer from 5.30-6pm. You can join us at 5pm or 5.30pm depending on your schedule. We’d love to have you join us!
Holy Week Services
Palm Sunday April 9, 8 & 10 AM - Join us as we re-enact the triumphal entry of Jesus and the Lord’s Passion.
Maundy Thursday April 13, Agape Meal 6 PM, Service 7 PM – The three great days, or Triduum, begin tonight with an intimate service recalling Jesus’ last supper, including the washing of feet and the stripping of the altar. A prayer vigil follows in the chapel throughout the night until noon on Good Friday. Please sign up in the narthex beginning April 2 for the vigil. Join us at 6pm Thursday night for an Agape meal.
Good Friday April 14, Noon and 7 PM - The most solemn day of our church year, we gather to commemorate the crucifixion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Priests are available, by appointment, on Good Friday, from 1-4 PM to hear confession in the Chapel.
Easter Vigil April 15 7 PM - In this most ancient liturgy of the Church, we begin outside in darkness to light the new fire of Easter, processing with the light of Christ into the church for a celebration of our salvation, holy Baptism, and Jesus’ victory over death and the grave.
Easter Sunday April 16 8 & 10 AM - Festival Eucharist with choir, organ, string quartet-a triumphant celebration. Easter egg hunt follows after the 10 AM service.
Bible Challenge Resumes
During Lent the Bible Challenge will be on hiatus.
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