Sunday School for adults and children begins this Sunday, September 17 at 9:00 a.m. We call it Forty Minutes on Faith: adults will be learning about Sunday’s Gospel text from the Gospel of Matthew and children continue with Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.
Join us for a great movie, a trivia contest (with a prize!), and snacks of wine, soda, and popcorn!
Last Friday of each Month (Cancelled for September and returning in October)
Parish Hall (Byrne Hall)
St. Andrews Episcopal Church
1608 Baker Court
Parking is along the street in front of the Parish Hall and in the parking lot at Baker Court and Fairland Avenue.
Trivia Contest at end with winner getting bottle of wine or champagne.
Movie shown on big screen (48-inch) color TV!
Other: No admittance fee, but donations accepted and encouraged. One-hundred percent (100%) of all donations will go to Living Stones building fund.
Questions: Contact Dr. Dan Finley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning about the history of Christianity and particular Episcopal beliefs, and about Scripture is a way to come closer to God and learn what is His purpose for you and for our Church. St. Andrew’s has an active education program for children and adults!Learn More
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