Whatever your religious background and however you have come to be here with us, we welcome you. We hope that you will feel comforted and fulfilled, and that through worship and fellowship you will be strengthened to meet the challenges of your daily lives. We would love to welcome you into this community of faith. All are welcome. Come as you are.
Love God. Serve Every Person.
Live the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Weekend Worship Services
Download worship bulletins below:
Sunday, February 5, 2023, The 5th Sunday after the Epiphany, Holy Communion, Rite II, @ 10am, In-person and livestream – bulletin available Feb. 2
Saturday, February 25, 2023, Holy Communion with Taizé music @ 7pm, In-person & livestream – bulletin available Feb. 23
The wearing of face masks is now optional for the congregation. The altar party, including chalice bearers, will continue to wear masks while serving. We will continue to conduct contact tracing. A special pew section will be provided for those who wish to wear masks and practice social distancing. We strongly encourage unvaccinated people to wear masks during worship. Thank you for respecting the choices of other worshippers.
Click here for a replay of the last Saturday’s Taizé service , January 28, 2023
Click here for a replay of last Sunday’s worship service, January 29, 2023
Sundays – 10:00am
Holy Communion Rite II, with organ music.
Holy Communion Rite I, 2nd & 5th Sundays – with organ music
Prayers for healing are offered on 2nd and 4th Sundays.
Last Saturday of the month – 7:00pm
Holy communion with Taizé Chant
In-person & livestream.
Weekday Worship Services
All weekday services are available on Zoom. Contact the Parish Office for link.
Mondays – 3:00pm
Centering Prayer (1st & 3rd Mondays) –
Centering Prayer (2nd & 4th Mondays) – Zoom
Wednesdays – 10:45am
Contemplative Prayer – Zoom
Thursdays – 10:00am
Gospel Co-op Worship – Zoom
Mardis Gras Fundraiser with New Orleans music by Dave Len Scott 2/15 @ 5pm
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Welcome New Music Director Dave Len Scott
Dave Len Scott began serving as St. Andrew’s new part-time music director on Monday, January 16, 2023. Dave enjoys jazz and gospel music and brings opportunities for us to expand our musical repertoire on Sunday mornings, and possibly create a monthly alternative spiritual offering for the wider community.
Dave‘s personal church upbringing started in the United Church of Christ denomination in his hometown of Ann Arbor, Michigan. He earned a B.Mus. at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, and a M.Mus. at the University of Northern Colorado-Greeley.
Walking a Labyrinth
Walking a labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tradition that invites each person’s quiet individual experience. There is no prescribed religious rite or activity. For some people the walk is a metaphoric pilgrimage. For others it provides peace, healing, or spiritual insight. Read more here.
The Chosen – Season 2 Video Discussion Group: Tuesdays thru March 21
Viewing and Sharing Around
“The Chosen” – Season 2
Tuesdays thru March 21, 2023
“The Chosen” is a TV series that presents Jesus through the eyes of those that met him, including: a charismatic fisherman drowning in debt (Simon); a troubled woman wrestling with real demons (Mary Magdalene); a gifted publican ostracized by his family and his people (Matthew); and a religious leader struggling with his beliefs (Nicodemus).
Each Tuesday, you have the choice of gathering in-person in the Parish Hall @ 1:00 to 2:30 pm, or on Zoom from 6:00 to 7:30pm.
We’ll watch an episode of this excellent series together and then share about what we’ve seen.
This is a very different kind of Bible study!
The (hoped-to-be) seven season story of the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth is based on the four gospels PLUS the extensive historic research and creative imagination of American filmmaker Dallas Jenkins. It should prove to provoke some very interesting conversations! If you plan to participate, RSVP using this link: https://forms.gle/HhtCDMJBAXUiD7Ek6
Questions? Contact Priest Lynn Perkins at 505-264-8241 or [email protected]
2022 Year in Review
Learn about our Chile & Native Seeds Garden
The Rev. Canon Anthony Guillén, Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministries & Director of Ethnic Ministries for The Episcopal Church recently visited our campus and interviewed St. Andrew’s Rector, The Rev. Monica Whitaker about the Chile & Native Seeds Garden. Click image to watch video (2:54).
Acknowledging our Relationship with Indigenous People of the Land
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Yavapai, Hualapai, Havasupai, Apache, Hopi, Navajo, and Ancient Peoples as the original inhabitants of the land and their role as custodians of this land given to them by our one and only Creator God. We commit ourselves to actively work alongside indigenous people for reconciliation and justice as we live into our Baptismal Covenant and respect the dignity of every person.