St. Andrew's Calendar
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ACTIVITIES DURING THE WEEK AT ST. ANDREW'S
4 Paws Pet Pantry
Volunteer the second Wednesday each month at 2:00pm, Pantry day is the third Wednesday starting at 4:00pm in the office. The pantry is open from 4 – 7 pm and they work in two shifts. There is need for food, particularly cat food.
YOGA AT ST. ANDREWS
Absolute Beginner/Gentle Yoga class is at St. Andrew's at 6:30 p.m. on Thursdays in the Howden Room. This will be an hour to 1 hour and 15 minute class. While there is no fee to attend, a donation jar will be available to help offset the cost of materials purchased.
Mission and Ministry Help Needed
Starting Line is a Ministry of St Andrew's designed to help women with interviewing skills. There is more in this months word about the project. Part of this ministry is to be able to have business dress available for an interview. There is a need for hangers for the clothes. If you have extras around the house Starting Line will put them to use. Thank you.
THE NEEDLE ARTS MINISTRY If you would be willing to sew a receiving blanket, knit a cap for a newborn, or make a prayer shawl we could use your help !!! The Needle Arts Ministry meets the third Monday of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the Parish Hall. We would love to have you join us - but if you are unable to we would really appreciate your help in keeping a supply available of blankets, caps and prayer shawls for our outreaches. We have committed to six receiving blankets to each hospital each month, we try to take as many baby caps as possible and we like to have a supply of prayer shawls on hand for Fr. Dale and Deacon Bud to have when needed. Thanks to several very generous donations we have flannel available and cut for anyone who would be willing to sew a receiving blanket.If you are interested in sewing a blanket please contact Debbi Smith, 623-8791. For information on how to make any of our projects please contact either Debbi Smith, Elly Mulkey or Lynne Hooper. We also provide prayer blankets when requested. These are the fleece blankets with the cut strips that parishioners tie knots in and say a prayer for the person for whom it is intended. If you know of someone in need of such a blanket ,please contact Debbi Smith. We also now have a fund set up in the office to help purchase flannel and yarn for our blankets, shawls and caps. Just write Needle Arts in the memo line and drop the check in the offering plate or by the office.Thank you, St. Andrew's Needle Arts Ministry.
COOKING FOR UNITY
This community-building program continues into the fall as individuals from a wide variety of churches come together at St. Andrew's to prepare a weekly meal for hungry children. We will continue to seek out locations where children gather who may be in need of a hot meal. At present, this ministry is preparing and delivering one hot meal to children who gather at the Unity Center, as well as homeless families, on Wednesday nights. If you would like to help by donating food stuffs, purchasing last minute items, cooking or delivering food, please let Donna know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (575) 622-1353.
P. J. Greer
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church