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Sundays @ 10am
This spring Eric Braun, our Seminarian Intern, will host a series of weekly small groups discussions via Zoom, starting April 7 at 7:00 pm. Short readings and video links will be provided prior to each week's meeting. Questions? Contact Eric Braun at firstname.lastname@example.org. In April, the Wednesday Conversations will center on the Gospels: Why are there four of them? How are they different? Who were they written for? If you're curious about these and other questions, now's the chance to find out more!
April 7 - Mark: Man of Action!
April 14 - Luke: The Poet (Article)
April 21 - Matthew: The Sage (Article)
April 28 - John: The Mystic’s Gospel
Coming in May: "The History of Race and Racism in the Episcopal church" with members of SJM
Worship at Home
We invite you to worship with St. Andrew's on Sundays at 10:00 am. Watch the service on our YouTube Channel. You do not need a web cam, microphone, account, or special software to watch the service, but you will need to make sure that your sound is turned on.
Coffee Hour on Zoom
To help maintain community contact the Vestry and Fr. Alan invite you to Coffee Hour on Zoom Sunday mornings at 10:45 am! Log-in information for this Zoom meeting can be found in the Saturday emails with the eService Bulletin or send an email to Fr. Alan: email@example.com.
New Issue of The Network Now Available
Stay informed about life at St. Andrew's with the latest issue of our bi-monthly newsletter The Network! The April / May 2021 issue is available now. This issue of The Network includes information on the upcoming Wednesday Conversations series, Parish Health, Church School, VBS and other parish news.
SJM Resource List
The Social Justice Ministry has created a resource list of books, articles, movies, and other media on a variety of Social Justice topics. For more information, visit the SJM webpage.
View the SJM Resource List
From the Breakfast
This winter the Breakfast has been privileged to work with three local restaurants, Salt Springs Brewery (117 S. Ann Arbor St, Saline), Brewed Awakenings Café (7025 East Michigan Ave, Saline), and Great Harvest Bread Company (2220 S. Main St, Ann Arbor) in order to provide a hot meal to our guests each morning. These restaurants are both open for carry-out dining and limited in-person dining. Please take the opportunity to support them the way they have supported us this winter.
Virtual Church School is now in session!
Sundays: Preschool - Grade 5 and Wednesdays: Grades 6-12
Families, if you aren’t already on the Church School email list, please contact Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org so that you don’t miss out on classes and youth groups!
Faith at Home
Our Faith at Home emails are a wonderful way for families to access great lessons and resources to continue their faith journey at home. Church School ideas, lessons, and other resources are emailed each Friday.
If you are not receiving the distribution, please email Carol Andrews Ferguson at email@example.com to be added to the Church School distribution list.
Acts 10:34-43 • Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24 • 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 • Mark 16:1-8
Acts 4:32-35 • Psalm 133 • 1 John 1:1-2:2 • John 20:19-31
Acts 3:12-19 • Psalm 4 • 1 John 3:1-7 • Luke 24:36b-48
Acts 4:5-12 • Psalm 23 • 1 John 3:16-24 • John 10:11-18
Please visit The Lectionary Page. St. Andrew's generally follows Track Two.