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
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.
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)