Pastoral Care: We Are Called to Love One Another

St. Andrew’s is a community with a variety of perspectives, personalities, and interests who are connected by our common commitment to Christ.

Meal Train

Births, deaths, surgeries, illnesses … These are times in our lives when a little help with meals can make a big difference. Could you prepare an occasional meal or provide takeout and deliver it to a fellow parishioner? This is not a weekly commitment but on an as needed basis.

Contact Martha Gallagher if you are interested in participating in this ministry. For more information on how the Meal Train is organized contact Martha or go to

Community of Hope

A community of volunteer lay chaplains guided by Benedictine spirituality and prayer, this pastoral care ministry serves those who are ill, homebound, incarcerated or in other types of need.

Classes to join the Community of Hope will begin on Tuesday, May 2, from 1:00 to 3:30 at St. Andrew's House.  Classes will be held EVERY OTHER WEEK.  Classes will continue until the 14 modules have been studied.  There is room in the class for another 6 - 8 people, should your heart be so moved!

Contact David Roberts if you are interested in participating in this ministry.

Daughters of the King

The Daughters of the King (DOK) is an international Order for women and girls in the Episcopal Church with chapters in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, and in the Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America. A Daughter pledges herself to a life-long program of prayer, service, and evangelism; dedicated to the spread of Christ's kingdom and the strengthening of the spiritual life of her parish. All women in the parish are invited to participate.

Contact Gina Tuttle if you are interested in participating in this ministry.