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    The Shield “The Lord is my strength and my Shield” Psalm 28:7

    St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Pasadena MD Volume 48 No. 4, Spring, 2017

    The Calendar of the Church Year

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    News From:

    MD112 was a successful weekend. There are now 8 new Cursillistas, including our own Michelle Bryant.

    The 4th day workshop will be at St. Martin’s in the Field on Sunday May 7th beginning with lunch at 1:00.

    MD113 will be November 2 - 5. The rector for MD113 has not been announced, but the announcement is anticipated to be made at the 4th day Workshop.

    The Ultreya at St. Martin’s in the Field, Severna Park will be May 19 at 7 pm. These meetings are open to all. Want to learn more about Cursillo? Come on out!

    Team Application and Applications for new Cursillistas can be found at http://www.cursillo.ang-md.org/Resources.html.

    Save the Date: Episcopal Church Night at Camden Yards, Friday, August 4. Orioles vs. Tigers.

    Choir needed to audition for National Anthem.

    Contact Sharon Tillman, [email protected] Tickets on sale soon!

    Who Will Be in the Pulpit?

    May and June will see some changes in Sunday worship. Father Ron will be leaving us to begin a interim position at St. Thomas. This was planned long before we knew Father Carl was going to be Bishop Carl. We will miss Ron. Beginning May 21st we will be having Fr. David Stenner taking the helm of the Pulpit. He will be with us Through the 18th of June. June 4th will see the return of our Summer Service Schedule. We will have one service only on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m.

    Birthday Wishes

    Please keep these fellow parishioners in your thoughts

    and in your prayers throughout the month. Send them

    a birthday card or, even better; wish them a happy

    birthday when you see them.

    MAY

    Mike Kane 5-1

    Rev. John Kenny 5-8

    Missy Freeman 5-12

    Michele Day 5-17

    Shayne Wissmann 5-21

    Emma Rafferty 5-21

    Tyler Rollhauser 5-22

    Yvonne Cotham 5-26

    JUNE

    Terry McLean 6-3

    Jill Ashby 6-7

    David Jacobs 6-13

    John Sefcik 6-14

    Carolyn Hough 6-15

    Dorothy Lowman 6-15

    Lou Toalepai 6-22

    Norman Wahlhaupter 6-24

    Joan Teakle 6-26

    Frannie Mudd 6-29

    The Shield

    Is the monthly newsletter of:

    St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church 7859 Tick Neck Road

    Pasadena, MD 21122

    410-255-1070

    Website:

    http://www.standrewspasadena.com

    Email:

    [email protected]

    Joan Wibbe Organist-Chiormaster

    Bill Forkgen Rector’s Warden

    Richard Crothers People’s Warden

    Joan Teakle Treasurer

    Charles Rollhauser Registrar

    Karen Heilker Church Secretary

    Alex M. Cox Shield Editor

    If you have informative articles that you believe

    would interest our readers, please put them into The

    Shield’s mailbox in the Great Hall, or send them to

    me at:

    [email protected]

    mailto:[email protected]?subject=O's%20Gamemailto:[email protected]

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    Corby Zern to be Ordained a Deacon “Give glory to God! And thank you for all your prayers and support!,” shouted deacon-intern Corby Zeren last Sunday. And so the announcement was made to the people of St. Andrew’s, that she had made it over the last hurdle (the Standing Committee interview) and would indeed be ordained to the Diaconate in the Episcopal Church on Saturday, 10 June, at a service beginning at 1100 AM. “It has been a long, long road, but with God’s constant help and direction, I have finally made it to the place I have been longing to go for many years. And I do thank my Lord Jesus, and the many persons God has sent to uphold and strengthen me.” All the people of St. Andrew’s are invited to attend the ordination, and are asked to continue to pray for Corby as she enters her new ministry.

    WOSA NEWS

    WOSA is now accepting applications for vendors

    for the Harvest Festival, Oct. 21, 2017. Only one

    vendor per brand will be allowed, first come first

    served. Applications received before June 30 will

    receive $5 off the vendor fee. Please contact Laura

    Richardson,( 410-437-9587,

    [email protected]), for an application or more

    information.

    MUSIC NOTES Joan Wibbe Choir Master/Organist

    We are singing (and playing) for the Lord is our light! Our handbell ringers will finish out their year on Mothers Day, but are already practicing for the fall. June 11th marks the end of the season for the vocal choir, so there is still time to join us. Please do if you would like to share that light!

    Hello from your vestry,

    This past Tuesday evening your vestry met

    with Bishop Chilton Knudsen. We discussed our

    journey to date and the options before us. It was an

    uplifting and informative meeting!

    We accepted Bishop Knudsen’s kind offer to

    pay a visit to our congregation in the near future.

    We were excited to hear that her schedule allows a

    possible visit to us as soon as Sunday, May 7th in

    the evening.

    Before we confirm with the Bishop, we’d

    love to know if you and your family would join us

    at 5:00pm on Sunday, May 7 for a Burger Burn and

    words of encouragement from the Bishop.

    Please respond to us by either email or a

    brief note with your thoughts as soon as possible.

    In His Service,

    The Vestry of St Andrew's

    mailto:[email protected]

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    The Calendar of the Church Year

    The calendar (BCP, pp. 15-33) orders the liturgical year of the Episcopal Church by identifying two cycles of feasts and holy days-one dependent upon the movable date of Easter Day and the other dependent upon the fixed date of Christmas, Dec. 25. Easter Day is the first Sunday after the full moon that falls on or after Mar. 21. The sequence of all Sundays in the church year is based on the date of Easter. Tables and rules for finding the date of Easter Day, and other movable feasts and holy days are provided by the BCP, pp. 880-885. The date of Easter determines the beginning of the season of Lent on Ash Wednesday and the date of Pentecost on the fiftieth day of the Easter season. The Sundays of Advent are always the four Sundays before Christmas Day. The church year begins on the first Sunday of Advent. The calendar also identifies and provides directions concerning the precedence and observance of principal feasts, Sundays, holy days (including Feasts of our Lord, other major feasts, and fasts), Days of Special Devotion, and Days of Optional Observance. The calendar lists dates for celebration of major feasts and lesser feasts by month and date. Appropriate Sunday Letters and Golden Numbers are also provided. (see BCP, pp. 880-881). The calendar also lists the titles of the seasons, Sundays, and major holy days observed in the Episcopal Church throughout the church year, including Advent season, Christmas season, Epiphany season, Lenten season, Holy Week, Easter season, the season after Pentecost, holy days, and National Days.

    Advent

    The first season of the church year, beginning with the fourth Sunday before Christmas and continuing through the day before Christmas. The name is derived from a Latin word for "coming." The season is a time of preparation and expectation for the coming celebration of our Lord's nativity, and for the final coming of Christ "in power and glory."

    Christmas

    In the BCP, Christmas Day is one of the seven principal feasts. The Christmas season lasts twelve days, from Christmas Day until Jan. 5, the day before the Epiphany. The season includes Christmas Day, the First Sunday after Christmas Day, the Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and may include the Second Sunday after Christmas Day. In many parishes, the main liturgical celebrations of Christmas take place on Christmas Eve. The BOS includes a variety of resources for use during Christmas, including a form for a Station at a Christmas Crèche, a form for a Christmas Festival of Lessons and Music, and seasonal blessings for use during the Christmas season.

    Epiphany

    The manifestation of Christ to the peoples of the earth. The winter solstice was kept on Jan. 6 at some places during the first centuries of the Christian Era. In opposition to pagan festivals, Christians chose this day to celebrate the various manifestations, or "epiphanies," of Jesus' divinity. These showings of his divinity included his birth, the coming of the Magi, his baptism, and the Wedding at Cana where he miraculously changed water into wine. The day was called "The Feast of Lights." Celebration of the Son of God replaced celebration of the sun. Baptisms were done, and a season of preparation was instituted. It was later called Advent. The solstice was kept on Dec. 25 by the fourth century. Jesus' birth was celebrated on this day in both eastern and western churches.

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    The western church commemorated the coming of the Magi on Jan. 6. The eastern church continued to celebrate the Baptism of our Lord and the Wedding at Cana on Jan. 6. In the east the day was called "Theophany" (manifestation of God). The coming of the Magi is celebrated on the Feast of the Epiphany, Jan. 6, in the BCP. The Baptism of our Lord is celebrated on the First Sunday after the Epiphany.

    Lent Early Christians observed "a season of penitence and fasting" in preparation for the Paschal feast, or Pascha (BCP, pp. 264-265). The season now known as Lent (from an Old English word meaning "spring," the time of lengthening days) has a long history. Originally, in places where Pascha was celebrated on a Sunday, the Paschal feast followed a fast of up to two days. In the third century this fast was lengthened to six days. Eventually this fast became attached to, or overlapped, another fast of forty days, in imitation of Christ's fasting in the wilderness. The forty-day fast was especially important for converts to the faith who were preparing for baptism, and for those guilty of notorious sins who were being restored to the Christian assembly. In the western church the forty days of Lent extend from Ash Wednesday through Holy Saturday, omitting Sundays. The last three days of Lent are the sacred Triduum of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. Today Lent has reacquired its significance as the final preparation of adult candidates for baptism. Joining with them, all Christians are invited "to the observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting, and self-denial; and by reading and meditating on God's holy Word" (BCP, p. 265).

    Easter

    The feast of Christ's resurrection. According to Bede, the word derives from the Anglo-Saxon spring goddess Eostre. Christians in England applied the word to the principal festival of the church year, both day and season.

    Easter Day is the annual feast of the resurrection, the pascha or Christian Passover, and the eighth day of cosmic creation. Faith in Jesus' resurrection on the Sunday or third day following his crucifixion is at the heart of Christian belief. Easter sets the experience of springtime next to the ancient stories of deliverance and the proclamation of the risen Christ. In the west, Easter occurs on the first Sunday after the full moon on or after the vernal equinox. Easter always falls between Mar. 22 and Apr. 25 inclusive. Following Jewish custom, the feast begins at sunset on Easter Eve with the Great Vigil of Easter. The Eastern Orthodox Church celebrates Easter on the first Sunday after the Jewish pesach or Passover (which follows the spring full moon). Although the two dates sometimes coincide, the eastern date is often one or more weeks later. 2) Easter Season. See Great Fifty Days.

    Pentecost The season after Pentecost, according to the calendar of the church year (BCP, p. 32). It begins on the Monday following Pentecost, and continues through most of the summer and autumn. It may include as many as twenty-eight Sundays, depending on the date of Easter. This includes Trinity Sunday which is the First Sunday after Pentecost. The BCP provides proper collects and readings for the other Sundays of the season. These propers are numbered and designated for use on the Sundays which are closest to specific days in the monthly calendar, whether before or after. For example, Proper 3 is designated for use, if needed, on the Sunday closest to May 25. Proper 29 is designated for use on the Sunday closest to Nov. 23. Prior to the 1979 BCP, Sundays in this long period of the church year were identified and counted in terms of the number of Sundays after Trinity Sunday instead of the number of Sundays after Pentecost. This period is also understood by some as "ordinary time," a period of the church year not dedicated to a particular season or observance, as in the Roman Rite adapted after Vatican II. See Ordinary Time.

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    Ordinary Time This term is used in the Roman Catholic Church to indicate the parts of the liturgical year that are not included in the major seasons of the church calendar. Ordinary time includes the Monday after the Feast of the Baptism of our Lord through the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, and the Monday after Pentecost through the Saturday before the First Sunday of Advent. A vigil or other service anticipating the First Sunday of Advent on the Saturday before that Sunday would also be included in the season of Advent. Ordinary time can be understood in terms of the living out of Christian faith and the meaning of Christ's resurrection in ordinary life. The term "ordinary time" is not used in the Prayer Book, but the season after Pentecost can be considered ordinary time. It may be referred to as the "green season," because green is the usual liturgical color for this period of the church year. The BCP provides numbered propers with collects and lectionary readings for the Sundays of the Season after Pentecost. The Epiphany season includes the Epiphany, the First Sunday after the Epiphany: the Baptism of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the Second Sunday through the Last Sunday after the Epiphany (BCP, p. 31). In view of the Epiphany themes that are presented throughout the Epiphany season, it should not be considered ordinary time. However, many parishes use green as the liturgical color for the Second Sunday through the Sunday prior to the Last Sunday after the Epiphany, and sometimes the Last Sunday after the Epiphany. Epiphany season and the season after Pentecost vary in length depending on the date of Easter (see BCP, pp. 884-885).

    MUSIC NOTES Joan Wibbe Choir Master/Organist

    We are singing (and playing) for the Lord is our light! Our handbell ringers will finish out their year on Mothers Day, but are already practicing for the fall. June 11th marks the end of the season for the vocal choir, so there is still time to join us. Please do if you would like to share that light!

    Hello from your vestry,

    This past Tuesday evening your vestry met

    with Bishop Chilton Knudsen. We discussed our

    journey to date and the options before us. It was an

    uplifting and informative meeting!

    We accepted Bishop Knudsen’s kind offer to

    pay a visit to our congregation in the near future.

    We were excited to hear that her schedule allows a

    possible visit to us as soon as Sunday, May 7th in

    the evening.

    Before we confirm with the Bishop, we’d

    love to know if you and your family would join us

    at 5:00pm on Sunday, May 7 for a Burger Burn and

    words of encouragement from the Bishop.

    Please respond to us by either email or a

    brief note with your thoughts as soon as possible.

    In His Service,

    The Vestry of St Andrew's

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    ATHANASIUS

    BISHOP OF ALEXANDRIA, THEOLOGIAN, DOCTOR (2 MAY 373)

    Outside the pages of the New Testament itself, Athanasius is probably the man to whom we chiefly owe the preservation of the Christian faith. He was born around AD 298, and lived in Alexandria, Egypt, the chief center of learning of the Roman Empire. In 313 the Emperor Constantine issued the Edict of Milan, which changed Christianity from a persecuted to an officially favored religion. About six years later, a presbyter (elder, priest) Arius of Alexandria began to teach concerning the Word of God (John 1:1) that "God begat him, and before he was begotten, he did not exist." Athanasius was at that time a newly ordained deacon, secretary to Bishop Alexander of Alexandria, and a member of his household. His reply to Arius was that the begetting, or uttering, of the Word by the Father is an eternal relation between Them, and not a temporal event. Arius was condemned by the bishops of Egypt (with the exceptions of Secundus of Ptolemais and Theonas of Marmorica), and went to Nicomedia, from which he wrote letters to bishops throughout the world, stating his position. The Emperor Constantine undertook to resolve the dispute by calling a council of bishops from all over the Christian world. This council met in Nicea, just across the straits from what is now Istanbul, in the year 325, and consisted of 317 bishops. Athanasius accompanied his bishop to the council, and became recognized as a chief spokesman for the view that the Son was fully God, co-equal and co-eternal with the Father.

    JUSTIN MARTYR

    PHILOSOPHER, APOLOGIST, AND MARTYR (1 JUNE 167)

    Justin was born around 100 at Flavia Neapolis in Samaria of pagan Greek parents. He was educated in rhetoric, poetry, and history. He studied philosophy in Alexandria and Ephesus , joining himself first to Stoicism, then Pythagoreanism, then Platonism, looking for answers to his questions. While at Ephesus, he was impressed by the steadfastness of the Christian martyrs, and by the personality of an aged Christian man whom he met by chance while walking on the seashore. This man spoke to him about Jesus as the fulfillment of the promises made through the Jewish prophets. Justin was overwhelmed. "Straightway a flame was kindled in my soul," he writes, "and a love of the prophets and those who are friends of Christ possessed me." Justin became a Christian, but he continued to wear the cloak that was the characteristic uniform of the professional teacher of philosophy. His position was that pagan philosophy, especially Platonism, is not simply wrong, but is a partial grasp of the truth, and serves as "a schoolmaster to bring us to Christ." He engaged in debates and disputations with non-Christians of all varieties, pagans, Jews, and heretics. He opened a school of Christian philosophy and accepted students, first at Ephesus and then later at Rome. There he engaged the Cynic philosopher Crescens in debate, and soon after was arrested on the charge of practicing an unauthorized religion. (It is suggested that Crescens lost the debate and denounced Justin to the authorities out of spite.) He was tried before the Roman prefect Rusticus, refused to renounce Christianity, and was put to death by beheading along with six of his students, one of them a woman. A record of the trial, probably authentic, is preserved, known as The Acts of Justin the Martyr.

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    On Saturday April 8th we had a grand work day at St. Andrew’s. That was our spring church cleanup day.

    We had a dozen Northeast high school football players deliver and distribute 100 bags of mulch throughout our gardens.

    Zachary Demers completed his project for his Eagle badge. His project involved the

    construction of a safe play area for the children. He excavated an area behind the rectory, lined it with lumber and put down an environmentally friendly cushion for the play area.

    The scouts FROM Troop 870 then helped assemble and place a new playset in the project area.

    We also had other projects completed like polishing silver and brass altar items, dressing the

    church for Easter, painting the front of the church, weeding gardens and installing new fencing post at our entrance. The Vestry thanks all who participated. Many went well beyond the call of duty.

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    Our Children at Play

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    Zachary Demers

    Eagle Project

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    “What’s Happening at St. Andrew’s?” Eastertide and Pentecost

    *SUNDAY, 30 April: THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER Holy Eucharist, Rite I, 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II, Sermon and Choir, 10:00 a.m. Sunday School and Child Care, 10:00 a.m. *SUNDAY, 7 MAY: FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER Holy Eucharist, Rite I, 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II, Sermon and Choir, 10:00 a.m. Sunday School and Child Care, 10:00 a.m. *SUNDAY, 14 MAY: FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (MOTHERS DAY) Holy Eucharist, Rite I, 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II, Sermon and Choir, 10:00 a.m. Sunday School and Child Care, 10:00 a.m. *SUNDAY, 21 MAY: SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (ROGATION SUNDAY) Holy Eucharist, Rite I, 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II, Holy Unction, Sermon and Choir, 10:00 a.m. Sunday School and Child Care, 10:00 a.m. *SUNDAY, 28 MAY: SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER Holy Eucharist, Rite I, 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II, Sermon and Choir, 10:00 a.m. Sunday School and Child Care, 10:00 a.m. *SUNDAY, 4 JUNE: THE DAY OF PENTICOST Holy Eucharist Rite I, Sermon and Choir, 9:30 a.m. Godly Play and Child Care, 9:30 a.m. *SUNDAY, 11 JUNE: FIRST SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Holy Eucharist Rite I, Sermon and Choir, 9:30 a.m. Godly Play and Child Care, 9:30 a.m. *SUNDAY, 18 JUNE: SECOND SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Holy Eucharist Rite I, Sermon and Choir, 9:30 a.m. Godly Play and Child Care, 9:30 a.m. *SUNDAY, 25 JUNE: THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Holy Eucharist Rite I, Sermon and Choir, 9:30 a.m. Godly Play and Child Care, 9:30 a.m.

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    TAKE NOTICE!

    Fr. Ron’s last Sunday with us will be May 14

    Fr. David Stenner will be with us on the following Sundays April 23

    May 21& 28 June 4, 11 & 18

    NEW OFFICE HOURS, MON – THUR, 9:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M.

    For ALL Pastoral Emergencies Please Contact 410-336-6331

    Top Ten Reasons for Being An Episcopalian (by the late Robin Williams)

    10. No snake handling. 9. You can believe in dinosaurs. 8. Male and female, God created them; male and female, we ordain them. 7. You don’t have to check your brains at the door. 6. Pew aerobics. 5. Church year is color coded! 4. Free wine on Sundays 3. All the pageantry, none of the guilt. 2. You don’t have to know how to swim to get baptized. And the number one reason for being an Episcopalian: 1. No matter what you believe, there’s bound to be at least one other Episcopalian who agrees with you.

    Some “Facts” of Life Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them

    speak.

    He who laughs last, thinks slowest.

    Change is inevitable, except from a vending machine.

    Those who live by the sword get shot by those who don't.

    The 50-50-90 rule: Anytime you have a 50-50 chance of getting something right, there's a 90

    percent probability you'll get it wrong.

    It is said that if you line up all the cars in the world end to end, someone would be stupid enough

    to try to pass them.

    If the shoe fits, get another one just like it.

    The things that come to those who wait may be the things left by those who got there first.

    Flashlight: A case for holding dead batteries.

    The shin bone is a device for finding furniture.

    A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is a fine for doing well.

    When you go into court, you are putting yourself in the hands of 12 people who weren't smart

    enough to get out of jury duty. anon.

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    SERVER SCHEDULE FOR SPRING 2017

    SPECIAL EUCHARISTIC LECTOR INTERCESSORY ALTAR SECOND

    DATE OCCASION MINISTER FIRST PRAYERS GUILD READING

    GOSPEL BOOK READING *Volunteers

    May 7 Children's Service Sue Child Child Flossie Child

    May 14 David Charlie D Charlie D David Fred

    May 21 Healing Service Mark Marge B Marge B Mark Mark

    May 28 Terry Jim B Mark C Terry Fred

    June 4 Children's Service Sue Child Child Flossie Child

    June 11 David Kay C Terry M David Fred

    June 18 Healing Service Mark Flossie R David R Mark Mark

    June 25 Rich Marge B Marge B Mark Mark

    PLEASE NOTE: This is a DRAFT schedule and is subject to change based on the servers individual needs. Always check Sunday’s bulletin to see

    if the assignments have changed.

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    Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

    1 2 3 4 5 6 Office Hours: Mon – Thur.

    9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    7 8 9 10 11 12 13 8:00 am Holy Eucharist I 10:00 am Holy Eucharist II Sermon & Choir 10:00 a.m Sunday School and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Vestry Meeting (All Welcome) 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    14 15 16 17 18 19 20 8:00 am Holy Eucharist I 10:00 am Holy Eucharist and Holy Unction 10:00 a.m Sunday School and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    21 22 23 24 25 26 27 8:00 am Holy Eucharist I 10:00 am Holy Eucharist II 10:00 a.m Sunday School and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    28 29 30 31 8:00 am Holy Eucharist I 10:00 am Holy Eucharist and 10:00 a.m Sunday School and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    May 2017 at St. Andrew’s Note: This Calendar is for information purposes. The official calendar is maintained at the Parish Office. Call 410-255-1070, or Email [email protected] for a more complete listing. To add items to this calendar call or email your Shield editor

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    Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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    June 2017 at St. Andrew’s Note: This Calendar is for information purposes. The official calendar is maintained at the Parish Office. Call 410-255-1070, or Email [email protected] for a more complete listing. To add items to this calendar call or email your Shield editor

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9:30 am Holy Eucharist I Sermon & Choir 9:30 a.m Godly Play and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    11 12 13 14 15 16 17 9:30 am Holy Eucharist I Sermon & Choir 9:30 a.m Godly Play and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Vestry Meeting (All Welcome) 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    18 19 20 21 22 23 24 9:30 am Holy Eucharist I Sermon & Choir 9:30 a.m Godly Play and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

    8 am Men’s Study Group 10:30 am AA Meeting

    25 26 27 28 29 30 9:30 am Holy Eucharist I Sermon & Choir 9:30 a.m Godly Play and Child Care

    Office Hours: Mon – Thur. 9:00 am – 1 pm 6 pm Girl Scouts T 4991

    1:30 pm Prayer Warriors 7 pm Girl Scout Cadet 473

    7:00 pm Handbell Practice

    7:00 pm Choir Practice

    Office Closed 7 pm Boy Scout Troop 870

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