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All are welcome at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Dear Brothers & Sisters of St. Andrew's,

The Diocese is once again permitting congregational singing, provided everyone is masked and distanced.
We do still have to maintain several risk mitigation practices:
*Masks are required before, during and after the service while you are inside the building.  Those who cannot wear masks due to a medical condition do not need to wear them.  Those speaking are permitted to remove masks while speaking.  We will continue to make disposable masks available for those who would like to use them.
*Windows will be open during services, including the 8:00.
*Only the bread is distributed at Communion.
*Please exit the building promptly after the service.  We will continue to enjoy fellowship near the picnic tables after the 10:00 service; please bring a lawn chair.
The 10:00 service is streamed via our Facebook page, our YouTube channel and our website.  We stream the 8:00 service via Zoom. You may use Zoom by visiting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89538636563?pwd=aDZ6SXUxZTMvMklKSi81UkVlaGpIZz09, and you may access the audio stream by telephoning 301-715-8592 and using meeting ID 8953-863-6563, password 201189.
On the third Sunday of each month we take up a special offering to address needs in our community.  Our September Healing Sunday offering of $600 was sent to Episcopal Relief & Development to support their hurricane relief work with the Diocese of Haiti.  Our October Healing Sunday offering will be sent to Pasadena Seventh Day Adventist to support their food pantry.
The Rector's Discretionary Fund enables me to work on the church's behalf to care for those in need in our community, and to support the needs of worthy ministries, as I am made aware of these needs.  I am always glad to receive gifts to this fund (either electronically or by checks made out to St. Andrew's with Rector's Discretionary Fund on the memo line), especially at this time when need is increasing significantly. If you are facing job loss or a reduction in your family's income please don't hesitate to reach out to me personally.
--Fr. Jason
The Truth of which I am speaking, and which I was given to see, is Truth Itself, in Itself. It has neither beginning nor end. All other truths depend on this Truth, as all other loves depend on this love, and all other grandeurs on this grandeur. I understood it all, notwithstanding that my words are obscure in comparison with that distinctness with which it pleased our Lord to show it to me. What think you must be the power of His Majesty, seeing that in so short a time it leaves so great a blessing and such an impression on the soul? O Grandeur! Majesty of mine! what is it Thou art doing, O my Lord Almighty! Consider who it is to whom Thou givest blessings so great! Dost Thou not remember that this my soul has been an abyss of lies and a sea of vanities, and all my fault? Though Thou hadst given me a natural hatred of lying yet I did involve myself in many lying ways. How is this, O my God? how can it be that mercies and graces so great should fall to the lot of one who has so ill deserved them at Thy hands?  --Teresa of Avila, 1562 (feast day October 15)


                                                Schedule of Services


      Holy Eucharist, Rite              8:00 AM
      Holy Eucharist, Rite II          10:00 AM 
      Livestream Services              10:00 AM*

*Available on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch 
& St. Andrew's Live on our site!






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We can sing again!

  December 2021  
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