Every life journey is unique. Each of our stories is worth telling and worth hearing.
In this six-week "listening group" series, we will explore Richard Rohr's book, Falling Upward. Drawing on wisdom from time-honored myths, heroic poems, great thinkers, and sacred religious texts, Rohr illuminates two distinct journeys of life and explores how the heartbreaks, disappointments, and first loves of life are actually stepping stones to the spiritual joys that the second journey has in store for us. Using Rohr's insight as a key to unlock the mysteries of our own journeys, we will seek clarity and healing through sharing our stories and hearing the stories of other participants. Series is free, but registration is required. Learn more and register.
All are invited to enjoy a weekend in the woods at our annual Parish Retreat at Camp Allen in Navasota, Texas. We’ll have fun for all ages as we commune together in the piney woods. Pre-registration is required and includes accommodates, activities and meals. Join us for the weekend or the day! Visit our retreat website to learn more and to sign up.
YogaMass® is a unique worship experience engaging and integrating all of our dimensions -- physical, psychological, and spiritual. It reconnects us, through sacred ritual and practices, to the divine presence among us, within us, and in the sacred meal that we share as we seek to be transformed into the likeness of Christ.
Evensong is an approximately 40-minute service that uses song and liturgy to invite us into peace and reflection through the beauty of music. Sung primarily by the choir, Evensong makes little demand upon the congregation and instead folds them into the variety and richness of God’s creation and human experience as expressed through music.
A reception will be held in the Oak Table Room following the service.
Come and join the conversation about our new selection Mr. Blue. This 1928 classic novel has been reissued—we will explore the relevance of its message in today’s world. All are welcome. Join us for a lively discussion in the Oak Table Room. Contact John Grothues for more information.
Help us fill 50 holiday boxes for the seafarers who dock in the Port of Houston during the holidays. Sign up to bring toiletries and other items — look for the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board in the rear entry hallway. Or contact our Project Chair Bob Decesare and let him know what you can contribute.
Join the fun in the Parish Hall as we celebrate Advent and the holiday season. Shop the holiday market, featuring area charitable organizations and handmade tamales. Make an Advent wreath, wrap gift boxes for international seafarers, and more! We will have fun and activities for all ages!
Order your holiday meats from the Men of St. Andrew’s - chicken, pork and turkey are on the menu! Orders must be received by Sunday, November 11 and meats will be available for pick-up on Sunday, November 18. Order online or return an order form with your selections.
Join us at the 10:30 AM service as we honor the centennial of the end of World War I. During this special liturgy of remembrance, the St. Andrew's Choir will present portions of Gabriel Fauré's Requiem, which is a service for the dead, accompanied by a chamber orchestra.
Mental Health First Aid is hosted in conjunction with the Episcopal Health Foundation and is designed for community members who wish to learn more about identifying and handling mental health concerns. The day-long seminar is free and lunch is provided. Pre-registration is required and may be completed online.