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Diane and Rebekah Wishart delivered quilts they made for #quiltsforpulse on the way to visit Rachelle Wishart Hundley and her family Wednesday. These quilts are being collected to share with our “neighbors” as Jesus tells us, the families of the victims from The Pulse shooting in Orlando and first responders that answered the call.
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
Members of St. Andrew’s enjoy ministering and serving within the church and especially in the community. This is an excellent way to learn more about the traditions and liturgy of the Episcopal Church, make new friends and keep up with older ones.Learn More
One does not have to be a member in order to attend St. Andrew’s. Visitors are always welcome and a person may continue attending services and participating in church activities without formally “becoming a member.” However, it is a public affirmation of faith by you, or, in the case of small children, by Godparents, and incorporation into the church.Learn More