St. Andrew's will join forces with Fleet Feet to host a 5K Fun Run / Walk on Saturday, August 1. If you are an avid runner, you're invited! If you like to take part in walks for a good cause, you're invited! If you enjoy walking events that include children and/or pets, you're invited!
This event is designed to encourage us all to engage in healthy exercise. But it's bigger purpose is to help us raise funds to purchase school supplies for children in need who attend Wilshire Elementary School.
For more information, check out the "5K" tab on this page or call 824-2465.
Cleaning Supplies to aid Needy Families
This month we are collecting cleaning supplies needed by families who live in a transitional housing unit operated by SAMMinistries.
Bring mops, brooms, dust panns, antibacterial wipes, etc. to the church any Sunday in May.
Sunday Worship Services
SUNDAY AT 10 A.M. Our morning worship service is traditional in style. We sing classic hymns accompanied by piano and organ. Holy Communion is offered on the first Sunday of every month.
SUNDAY AT 5:00 P.M. Our 5:00 worship service is a "come as you are" worship service with great music, a relevant message, and a welcoming atmosphere. We meet in the Fellowship Hall. Come check us out!
Our church now has the capability for you to donate or contribute online. You will simply click on the "donate" button, follow the link, and see how easy it can be. Consider scheduling a recurring contribution today. It’s very convenient. You will no longer need to write out checks and prepare envelopes every week. Even when travel, illness or other circumstances prevent you from attending services, your electronic contributions will continue to be received on an uninterrupted basis.
In the news...
Update - Nepal
To date, the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) has approved a grant of $90,000 for international partner GlobalMedic to bring sorely needed clean water to survivors. UMCOR has also granted $85,066 to Church Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA), which is working with United Mission to Nepal (UMN) to meet emergency needs of 1,000 earthquake affected families. The families will receive blankets, sleeping mats, cooking utensils, and hygiene kits, which contain soap, shampoo, towels, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and more. All five Global Ministries missionaries serving in Nepal have reported that they are safe. All are working to respond with their communities.
How You Can Help: •Pray for all who have been impacted by this emergency. •Do not self-deploy to the disaster area. •Stay informed. Visit www.umcor.org and www.umcmission.org for updates and developments regarding Global Ministries’ and UMCOR’s response to this disaster. •Give to UMCOR International Disaster Response, Advance #982450. Your gifts to UMCOR International Disaster Response make it possible for UMCOR to respond quickly to emergency situations.