College Students, Young Adult Ministry

WELCOME!

If you are in the 20s/30s age (or consider yourself a young adult), we want you to join our group! This group is such an important part of our parish life, and we hope St. Andrew’s can be a place to call home.  If you would like to be added to the email/text listserve, contact Alison Sawyer,   Please reply with the best day of the week & time for a monthly fellowship event. Thank you!

COFFEE HOUR-SUNDAYS AT 10:00 a.m.

Please join us for coffee, food and fellowship – we also offer an adult forum on a variety of subjects. Interested in a tour of the church? Contact Alison Sawyer,

SPRING 2017 FIRST WEDNESDAY PARISH DINNERS

Lenten Suppers will be held March 9, March 23, March 30 and April 6th, from 6:00-6:45 p.m. There is no cost, just RSVP to The Lenten program on “5 Marks of Love” will follow each supper.

Please join us for our First Wednesday Suppers, 5:30 p.m. in the parish hall. There is no need to bring anything!

Our Spring dates are: April 5th and May 3rd.

SPRING 2017 OUTREACH & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:

We have several ways to help our parish and community, these are great for individuals or a  group. Outreach opportunities include:

Brazos Church Pantry volunteer, Habitat for Humanity, First Friday helpers, and volunteering to attend/or speak with our Wednesday night youth group.

Contact Alison Sawyer if you are interested in any of these outreach opportunities.

FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS — RESOURCES:

The Episcopal Student Center at Texas A&M | 902 George Bush Dr., College Station, TX 77840 |210-363-9259 |  |www.episcoags.org

About Canterbury:

Our mission at the Episcopal Student Center at Texas A&M University and Blinn College is to provide a unique, alternative faith community that is inclusive, invested, relational, relable, and sacramental. The Episcopal Student Center, also known as Canterbury House, began as a recognized student club on the campus of Texas A&M in August of 1943. Since then, Canterbury House has contributed greatly to the “other education” that Texas A&M is known for, specifically as a place for the Episcopal student community to worship together, to pray, to study, to break bread together, and to build relationships.

 

Community Life

Website:  http://www.episcoags.org/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/episcoags

Visit Us:  From George Bush Dr. turn South on Dexter (away from campus)

  • Take the first left onto Aberdeen Pl.

  • Follow the street until you reach the parking lot (shared with St. Thomas Episcopal Church)