St. Andrew's News

October Messenger

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Posted by The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace on

Click Here to View your October 2017 edition of the Messenger. 

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Safeguarding God's Children Training

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Posted by Patricia Maddox on

  There will be a "Safeguarding God's Children" training session this Sunday, May 21, at noon in the EYC Room downstairs in Lowndes Hall.  Lunch will be served. Who should attend?  Anyone who volunteers or works in any capacity with children, including all...

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Tags: children, ministry, safeguarding, training

Video of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry's Visit Available

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Posted by The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace on

On April 10, 2017, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Michael  Curry visited St. Andrew's. As part of his visitation to the Diocese of Northwest Texas, Bishop Curry encouraged and challenged all present to be "witnesses" as part of the "Jesus Movement."  The video of Bishop...

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"How Many Episcopalians to Change a Light Bulb?"

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Posted by The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace on

During the week of April 2nd, St. Andrew's got a little bit brighter! Junior Warden David Stidham and Property Committee member Dick Ford oversaw the installation of new, energy efficient light bulbs in the nave chandeliers. With the help of parish sexton Marlone Givens, and the generous loan of...

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Tags: building, lights, nave, lightbulbs

Lenten Series 2017 Almost Over

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Posted by Patricia Maddox on

On Wednesday, March 29, 2017, St. Andrew's parishioners and friends met for the next-to-the-last session of, "The Lord's Prayer and the Silver Screen: A Lenten Exploration."  We gathered first for Holy Eucharist with Healing and then moved downstairs for food and...

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The 2017 Lenten Series Nears Its Half-Way Point

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Posted by Patricia Maddox on

This coming Wednesday, March 22, the St. Andrew's community once again has the opportunity to come together for Holy Eucharist with Healing at 5:30, a Potluck Dinner at 6:00, and the Lenten Program at 6:30 in St. Alban's. This year's Program is titled, "The Lord's Prayer and the Silver Screen: A...

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Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper A Great Success

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Posted by Patricia Maddox on

On Tuesday, February 28, the St. Andrew's youth flipped hundreds of pancakes and sizzled pounds of bacon.  About 100 parishioners enjoyed this annual event marking the last day before Lent.  The dinner also served as a fundraiser for the Youth Pilgrimage this summer to San Francisco.

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Tags: fellowship, fundraiser, lent, pancakes, shrove tuesday, youth

Beloved St. Andrew's Music Director to Retire

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Posted by The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace on

Dear St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Family, The book of Ecclesiastes tells us: "For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven." This familiar verse is quite comforting to us in times of stability and in times of change. Understanding this theology of God's presence...

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Tags: choir, lacy, music, organ, retirement, faso

Prayer for the Healing of Social Strife

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Posted by The Rev. Claire Cowden on

We have added this petition to our Sunday prayers.  Please pray with us.  Give grace, O heavenly Father, to the whole human family, that our social divisions may be healed, that we may recognize each human as a Child of God, turn from the violence plaguing our society, and be freed...

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The Rev. Dr. Jill Walters Ordained to the Priesthood at St. Andrew's

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Posted by The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace on

On Sunday, June 26, the Rt. Rev. J. Scott Mayer, Bishop of Northwest Texas, ordained Jill Anne Walters to the Holy Order of Priest at St. Andrew's. More than 200 participants joined in the worship service to celebrate this sacred event.  Mother Jill has been called as Associate Rector at...

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