Yale Whiffenpoofs Concert
Our Town: October 13 + 14
Our Town is presented by the St. Andrew’s Players on Saturday, October 13 at 7pm and Sunday, October 14 at 12:00 pm. Please join us for a delicious brunch hosted by J2A at 11:30am in the Parish Hall on Sunday prior to the matinee performance at Noon. “A landmark in American drama, Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Our Town tells the story of a small town, Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, …. as we follow the Gibbs and Webb families, residents of Grover’s Corners, through twelve years of life changes.” A free-will offering for both play and brunch is greatly appreciated to support our future theater productions and youth events.
Compline: Sundays at 8pm
The final service of Compline for the season will be sung in the Church at 8:00 pm. Compline will resume in September.
Flu Shots: October 21
The Huron Visiting Nurse Service will administer influenza vaccinations on Sunday, October 21, 8:30 to 11 am, in the Lounge. To increase effectiveness, four influenza strains are covered in this vaccine. Adults with chronic diseases are especially encouraged to have the flu vaccine. The HVNS accepts BC/BS, Aetna, Cigna and Medicaid/MI-Child; Medicare, Blue Care Network, Priority Health, and HAP are also accepted with no co-pay required. The cost is $33 (cash, check and credit cards accepted).
Church School Open House
The Church School Open House will be held on Sunday, October 21 at 11:30 am. YAC will perform the liturgy at 8:00 and 10:00 am.
Millennial Brunch Group
The Millennial Brunch Group will gather after the 10:00 am service on Sunday, October 21 to depart for Sava’s (216 S State St.).
Black and White in Ann Arbor is a four-part series that hopes to foster a greater understanding of the roots and complexities of black-white relations in Ann Arbor, and inspire action in our community.
November 14, 2018: The Social Justice Ministry of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church welcomes you for the second event, “Ann Arbor and Slavery,” which will explore the complex realities and controversies of abolitionism and its opponents, the Underground Railroad and slave-trade profiteers in Ann Arbor and SE Michigan. UM History Professor Derek Peterson will present historical issues still that resonate today.
On Wednesday, November 14, please join St. Andrew's at 6:00 pm in the sanctuary for Evensong, a service of evening prayers, and from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Parish Hall for a Potluck and Presentation. Group discussion follows a formal presentation on the night's topic.
- Black and White in Ann Arbor Dates & Topics
- November 14, 2018: Ann Arbor and Slavery
- February 20, 2019: Ann Arbor and Civil Rights
- May 1, 2019: Being Black in Ann Arbor Today
This event is free and open to the public. Information on getting to St. Andrew's can be found HERE.NOVEMBER 14 poster | BLACK & WHITE IN ANN ARBOR SERIES poster
2018-19 Parish Directories Available
Be sure to pick up a new parish directory in the Narthex or Lobby!
Sign up at the Welcome Table today to be a part of this potluck fellowship. See the September Network for more information.
A New Church School Year Begins!
A Nursery for infants and children through the age of 2 years is available during the 10:00 am service, located on the second floor of Parish Hall. Children age 3 - 18 attend Church School from 9:45 am Classes start at 9:45 am, children join their families at the Children's Entrance Hymn. If you have not yet registered, packets are available at the Welcome Table in the Lobby. Questions? Contact Carol Ferguson, Director of Children and Youth.
A Nursery for infants and children through the age of 2 years is available during the 10:00 am service, located on the second floor of Parish Hall. Children age 3 - 18 attend Church School from 9:45 am until they join their families during the Children's Entrance Hymn.
Hymn 655: O Jesus, I Have Promised to Serve Thee
John Bode (1816-1874), an English priest, wrote this text for his children's confirmation in the late 1860's; it has since become popular in a variety of English hymnals. In it we confirm our promise to follow Jesus, but not plaintively like Peter in today's Gospel lesson. Rather, in this hymn we rejoice in Jesus' promise to draw us to himself: our promise relies on him, not on our efforts or supposed sacrifices. The lilting folk tune suits the childlike text. It comes from the Finnish Lutherans and is named Nyland for a province in Finland. --Donna Wessel Walker
Love Divine (Goodall)
Howard Goodall (b. 1958) studied music at Christ Church College, Oxford University. In January 2011, for his service to music education, Goodall was appointed a Commander of the British Empire in the Queen's New Year's Honours list. This morning's anthem was commissioned in 2000 to celebrate the new millennium. --Dennis Powers
Genesis 2:18-24 | Psalm 8 | Hebrews 1:1-4; 2:5-12 | Mark 10:2-16
Amos 5:6-7, 10-15 | Psalm 90:12-17 | Hebrews 4:12-16 | Mark 10:17-31
Isaiah 53:4-12 | Psalm 91:9-16 | Hebrews 5:1-10 | Mark 10:35-45
Jeremiah 31:7-9 | Psalm 126 | Hebrews 7:23-28 | Mark 10:46-52
Please visit The Lectionary Page. St. Andrew's generally follows Track Two.
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