History Docent Tour
There is a History Docent Tour Sunday, featuring the Breck window. Meet by the window (south aisle) after the service.
Congratulations Class of 2019!
Please join us for a reception in the Lounge following the 10:00 am service as we recognize and celebrate our 2019 High School Graduates: Thomas Brantmeyer, George Dering, Ransom Duncan, Noah Gardner, Bola Kolawole, Anna Scott, Roham Sharbatdaran, Jessica Skaff, Olivia Tikker, Minna Tremonti, Stella Weinberg.
A special thanks to: Rachel Baird, Julie Case, Lorraine Field, Floice Frazer, Linda Hastings, Julie Lewis, Elaine Mouradian, Lucy Richert, Chris Rochman, JoAn Wetzel, Mary White, and Carole Wortley for creating shawls for our graduates.
Creating Peace: Education and Community Building in Regions of Conflict
Sunday, May 19, 2:00 pm at First Presbyterian (1432 Washtenaw). Join Dr. Merav Ben-Nun, founder of Hand in Hand Bilingual Haifa School will speak about how she created the first Arabic/Hebrew public elementary school in Israel. Contact Don Redding for more information (email@example.com).
Grail Singers Concert
Sunday at 4:00 pm, the Ann Arbor Grail Singers present a program of early music, featuring works by Barbara Strozzi. Deborah Friauff, director. Tickets available at the door.
Marketplace Vacation Bible School
Children are invited to come experience MARKETPLACE 29 AD: Life in Jesus’ Time on June 18-20 from 9:30 am - 12:15 pm.
Our annual Vacation Bible School is a joyful experience that invites children in young fives through fifth grade complete to journey as a family tribe of Israel through the lively setting of a Judean town set in the time of Jesus’ ministry. Crafts, games, synagogue school, storyteller, engaging drama vignettes, song, dance, Bible-time foods and live animal visitors are all the ways children enjoy an engaging and fun Bible time experience. Come be a part of this year’s theme, “Life In Jesus’ Time” when we explore Jesus’ ministry. We partner with our friends from St. Clare’s Episcopal Church, First Baptist, Blue Ocean Faith and our wonderful hosts for over 30 years, First Presbyterian Church. Their beautiful grounds are the perfect place for the start of the summer season.
Bring a friend to this free event. We would love to see a great turnout from St. Andrew’s so let us know how we can help with any logistic arrangements to make this happen for your children. They will have an amazing time. Register online at http://tiny.cc/mplace17. Registration Deadline: June 2
VBS NOT JUST FOR KIDS: There are many volunteer opportunities for middle/high school youth and adults as shopkeepers/crafters in the marketplace, family group leader, games, food preparation, childcare, daily set up/teardown, drama and many more roles. Please contact Carol Andrews-Ferguson for more information and volunteer opportunities.
The new membership directory for St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church should be ready for publishing in August, 2019. Anyone interested in placing an advertisement or personal message in our new directory should call Jill Garner at (800) 544-6903 ext. 111 toll free or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your current ad or business card could be used or help in making up a new ad could be arranged. Please feel free to pass this information on to others. Advertisers do not need to be members of our church.
Church School & Nursery
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 296: We Know that Christ is raised
This new hymn text links baptism’s rebirth to Easter resurrection, displaying the connection between Christ’s being raised, his gift of new life, and the restoration of the universe to glory. No wonder the hymn celebrates our “blazing joy”! The first two verses tell the good news that Christ has overturned death in resurrection and has brought us new life in baptism. The third verse describes the life and work of each member of the Trinity in novel ways. The last verse moves from the beginning of personal life to the worship of the whole universe in a resounding “Alleluia! Amen!” --Donna Wessel Walker
And I Saw a New Heaven (Bainton)
Edgar Bainton (1880-1956) was a pupil of Stanford’s at the Royal College of Music. This morning’s anthem is typical of his choral compositions; he was attracted to late-romantic harmony. --Dennis Powers
Acts 9:1-20 | Psalm 30 | Revelation 5:11-14 | John 21:1-19
Acts 9:36-43 | Psalm 23 | Revelation 7:9-17 | John 10:22-30
Acts 11:1-18 | Psalm 148 | Revelation 21:1-6 | John 13:31-35
Acts 16:9-15 | Psalm 67 | Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5 | John 14:23-29
Please visit The Lectionary Page. St. Andrew's generally follows Track Two.
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