“Remember you are dust, and to dust you shall return.”

Ash Wednesday at St. Andrew’s

Wednesday 10 February + 7:00 PM

Imposition of ashes and communion


Lenten worship

Fridays at 10:00 AM

Lenten Bible Study

Fridays, following worship

As we journey through Lent, we will gather around the cross each week for worship.  Our study will be focused on Paul’s letters and the  ways God speaks to us who gather at this time and in this place.

We are an international and ecumenical church, coming from many places and Christian backgrounds.  Communion is served on the first and third Fridays of each month.  All baptized Christians are welcome at Christ’s table.





Prayer for healing, wholeness, and peace + August 29, 2014



“Jesus says, ‘Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.’

Come, you who feel far from God’s embrace, a stranger to God’s promises, unsure of God’s love.

Come from behind the walls that surround you: hostility that consumes, fear that entombs, and pride that divides and destroys.

Come, you who long for peace on earth: peace among nations and between peoples, peace in your homes and in your hearts.

Come, you who seek healing in the world: freedom for the captive and for the captor, hope for the hungry and for the greedy.

Do not fear.  Come to the cross of Christ Jesus, where, lifted up, he gathers all things to himself, ending our divisions, becoming our peace, and granting us God’s abundant life.”

-from “Christ our Peace,” Holden Prayer Around the Cross