It's that time of year once again! We hear your tummies rumbling for our annual St. Paddy's Day Dinner and Raffle! Traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner where the proceeds go to help with our Mission and Mountain Camp fees! There will be two seatings at 4:30 and 6 PM. Find a camper selling tickets, or purchase your tickets in the fellowship hall!
Neighbors Helping Neighbors is planning a five-course dinner with wine pairings at the Westerly Yacht Club on Saturday, March 28th. Help is needed with securing raffle items and preparing baskets as well as in the kitchen, set-up, serving help and clean up help. If you would like to support Neighbors Helping Neighbors--and would rather handle a serving tray than swing a hammer, please email Pastor Lisa.
Would you be willing to help cut, trace and snip in preparation for our Kinder and Day Camps this summer?
We are hoping to have teams for both camps to share the work of preparing craft projects. Miss Kerry and the team are planning and Kerry will do all the ordering, but we would LOVE help after that!
Interested? Email Pastor Lisa.
Tuesdays, March 3rd - April 7th.
Join Intern Kate for this year's Lenten Book Study. We'll be discussing Barbara Brown Taylor's "Learning to Walk in the Dark."
Join us and experience Ash Wednesday together as we begin the inward journey of Lent, a time that acknowledges the fragility of life and our total dependence on God.
We will offer "Ashes to Go" in the morning, from 7:00 am -12:00 pm, offering ashes and a prayer if you are unable to join us for our evening service.
Then at 7:00 pm there will be a service where we can gather together in music, confession, scripture, sermon and prayer.
All are welcome.
We're embarking on a year-long project to raise $5,000. for next year's food packing event.
A little change goes a long way, and with your support and contributions we'll meet and even beat our goal of providing 20,000 meals.
Drop in your spare change any time you're at church and we'll be on our way!
Intern Kate has started her blog project - check out her posts and learn more about Kate and her experiences with the St. Andrew community.
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