We are a diverse and welcoming family in Christ, united in the worship of God. We are striving as an Episcopal parish to follow the example of Jesus, loving one another and reaching out to our community in service.

Sunday Services:
8am - Holy Eucharist I
10am - Holy Eucharist II
Wednesday Service:
5:15pm - Evening Prayer

One service only at 10am

Dec 10 2017 10:00 am
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Only one service at 10am followed by a very important congregation meeting. ALL ARE WELCOME!!!

Bible Study for Busy Lives

Nov 19 2017 6:00 pm
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Disciple Fast Track New & Old Testament Study Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study

Bible study for busy lives. This 24-week study immerses us in the Old & New Testaments (12 weeks each). It provides a viable option for busy people who want to engage the whole biblical text. Includes a spiritual gifts assessment and ways to live out those gifts. Study manuals are $15.99 +s/h at cokesbury.com or call Elizabeth. Funds are available, if needed; see Fr. Blaine. Bring your own coffee mug and we’ll have some dessert, too.

Kirking O' the Tartans

Nov 18 2017 6:00 pm
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Come and celebrate the Feast of St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, with song, dance, food, bagpipes, and kilts. Bring your tartan to be blessed (and sport your kilt).

Register your clan/family with the front office for the blessing during the service.

Saturday, November 18, 2017, 6:00 pm

The Feast will include: Shepherd’s Pie, Salad, Bread, Dessert, Coffee, Tea

Suggested Donation: $10 (adult)
$5 (seniors and Kids under 12)
$1 for soda/water

All proceeds will benefit Valley Churches United Missions.

Volunteer sign-up sheets will be on the board next to the office. If you would like to help, please check the board. Thanks!

"Kirking of the Tartans" is a tradition here at St. Andrew's for over 20 years. This historic church was built in 1901 by Scottish settlers in Ben Lomond and has served as a symbol of the Valley's Scottish heritage. This is not only a celebration of St. Andrew (the patron saint of Scotland), but a tradition dating back to when it was banned in Scotland to claim your own family and cultural heritage. But families, or clans, would gather at church wearing a small piece of their tartan under their clothing representing their clan. The blessing bestowed at that secret gathering was a blessing on the entire clan.

Sunday School Bulletins

Make sure your child grabs this Sunday's Children's Bulletin for fun activities to do while in church. Each bulletin is designed to match up with what the "grown-ups" are learning too.

Donations

We are now accepting donations online! Click on the link below and you will be brought to our donations page. You will have the opportunity to just make a simple donation or designate your donation to one of our ministries (i.e. Youth Group, Sunday School, Gardening Guild, Flowers, Altar Guild, Building Fund, or any other donation that we may mention at our Service). You may also enter your pledges here (there is even an option for recurring donation)! Just type in the space provided of where you would like your donation to go under "Designate Donation". If nothing is typed, we will assume that it is for our general fund. So thank you in advance for your donation!





Of note, we are a non-profit organization, but there is a 2.2% fee charged by PayPal to your transaction. That fee is subtracted from your donation and is not tax deductible.

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