Fellowship


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Coffee Time

Coffee Time is a much beloved tradition at St. Andrew’s. The time spent chatting and catching up with friends after worship, and the chance to make new friends as we welcome newcomers and make them feel at home is a very important part of our Sunday mornings. The added investment of some snacks and beverages, and a few people serving, makes it that even more special. Please consider signing up to host, either alone or with another individual or family - it's a great way to meet new people and is so important to our ministry of hospitality! Please sign up to host Coffee Time, and the church office will contact you with instructions and answer any questions you might have.


Second Sunday Breakfast 

The Second Sunday Breakfast crew serves a hot, delicious meal on the second Sunday of every month at 9:15 AM in the Parish Hall. All are invited! Contact Pam Lewis if you are interested in participating in this ministry.


Newcomer Greeters

Newcomer Greeters serve during Sunday worship and assist at special events throughout the year. They reach out and welcome visitors and potential members. Contact John Grothues if you are interested in participating in this ministry.


Family Friday

Bring the kids and join the fun on the second Friday of the month. Dinner is provided and wine is welcomed. Let the kids play while you relax and eat with friends. Location varies and gatherings typically begin at 6:30 PM. Contact Mary Eyuboglu for more information.


Meal Train

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Whether it’s the birth of a little one, illness, surgery or the loss of a loved one, there are times when a little help with putting food on the table means so much. St. Andrew’s Meal Train provides an easy way for you to lend a hand to fellow parishioners by delivering a meal (home cooked or takeout) when the need a arises. When you sign up, you will be notified when someone requests meals — then you can choose to participate when it’s convenient for you. To join this ministry, please contact Melinda Boon.


Ladies of SAEC

All women of the parish are invited to join the fun at casual gatherings around town. To learn more about the group and be notified of planned activities, please contact Ladies of SAEC.


Men of St. Andrew’s

All who love to BBQ, grill, or cook (or are eager to learn how) are encouraged to join.  Let's see how many hands make the work light!  To join or become a customer, visit our website.


Episcopal Veterans Healing Circle

Military veterans are invited to the Episcopal Veterans Fellowship (EVF) Healing Circle. The groups meets on second Sundays from 7:45 to 8:15 AM in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd. For more information, please contact Michael Bosch.


Great Gatherings

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Small dinner groups form each fall and gather socially from October - May. These potluck meals enable you to get to know the 10-12 people in your group and become more connected to the broader St. Andrew's community. These groups can be formal or informal, and some are even kid-friendly. To learn more or to get your name on the list to join a group, contact coordinator Terri Hoever.


Annual Parish Retreat

Our next Parish Retreat at Camp Allen is scheduled for February 1-3, 2019. This weekend is always full of fun and spirituality and great memories for parishioners of all ages. Mark your calendars and watch for more information!