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There are numerous and varied opportunities for adults to engage in the life of our church. Everyone is invited and encouraged to participate.

Book Group
The Book Group meets the second Tuesday of each month in the Parish Library at 10 a.m. to discuss books and to expand our view on a variety of issues. For more information or to get involved, contact Lois Holley, 850-2073 or holleyrh36@verizon.net or Larry Nicolai, 826-3115 or runnist@cox.net.

Centering Prayer
Based on the biblical admonition to “be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46), Centering Prayer helps us to quiet our minds so we can move toward recognizing the immediate presence of God. The practice is easily learned and can be a valuable part of daily prayer life. All are welcome every Monday 5:30 to 6 p.m. and Thursday 7:30 to 8 a.m. in the Parish Library. Weekly attendance is not required. For more information or to get involved, contact David Lilley, 846-3551 or davidlilley52@gmail.com.

Circle 4
Circle 4 is a women’s group that meets the first Tuesday of each month, October through May, at 10 a.m. in the Parish Library, to embrace Christian fellowship and study as well at outreach. For more information or to get involved, contact Debi Nicolai, 826-3115 or cashmre@cox.net. For the latest news and info from Circle 4, click here.

Fellowship Luncheons
Fellowship Luncheons are usually held on the third Wednesday of each month, September through May, at noon in the Parish Hall (there are no luncheons during Lent). Cost is only $5 and reservations are requested. Just call 595-0371 to reserve your seat.

Fishermen
An organization for the men of the church which was formed with three main goals: fellowship, spiritual growth, and outreach to the community. The Fishermen meet for breakfast a talk on spiritual life by a member of the church or an invited guest. Service projects include providing layettes each Christmas time for needy newborns throught the Warm Fuzzy Collection. Contact Terry Wolak for more information or to get involved, wolaks2@cox.net.

Joanna Chapter of the Order of the Daughters of the King
The Order of the Daughters of the King is an international lay religious order of women who seek to deepen their spirituality through prayer, service and evangelism, thereby reaffirming our Baptismal Covenant. Monthly lessons, daily prayer, and generous giving in service are hallmarks of this order. Our members wear a special cross that reminds us that we bear Christ’s name and sign and that we cannot live a day without his presence. Membership encourages us to be committed to sharing the love of Christ to all people. Our chapter maintains a prayer list in which our voices are lifted for the intentions of others. Members seek to serve the parish in a variety of ways. The chapter meets the fourth Sunday of each month at 11:45 in the Parish Library. Women of St. Andrew’s who seek to draw closer to God may attend a preparatory program for induction into the chapter. For more information contact Terri Mares, terrimares@verizon.net.

Lay Readers
Lay readers fulfill a vital ministry to St. Andrew’s by reading lessons and prayers and by administering the chalice during worship services. Any confirmed member of St. Andrew’s who is at least 16 years old and willing to serve a three year term may request to become a lay reader. The rector approves requests and they are then licensed by the Bishop. For more information contact Bill Wilds, 595-0371, ext. 19 or saec.bill19@verizon.net.

Prayer Chain
The Prayer Chain offers prayers for healing in body, mind, or spirit. Prayers are offered daily for any urgent prayer needs and weekly for long-term prayer needs. Prayer Chain members do not meet together as a group, but are in contact via email as prayer needs are identified. The prayer list is updated approximately every other month. Any parishioner with a willingness to pray for others may become a part of this ministry. To learn more or get involved, contact Gloria Brooks, 595-0467 or gloriasbrooks@hotmail.com.

Thursday Morning Bible Study
The Thursday Morning Bible Study meets from 10 to 11:15 a.m. every Thursday, September through May, in the Parish Library. Participants increase their knowledge of the bible through guided reading and discussion in a relaxed, supportive setting. There is no homework and weekly attendance is not required. All are welcome. To learn more or get involved, contact Merrill Hemmert, 833-6121 or merrillhemmert@verizon.net; Mary Poole, 930-0458 or mwpwlp@ymail.com; or Margie Holt, 595-3676 or jholt44@verizon.net.

Ushers
Ushers serve at each Sunday service and at special seasonal services throughout the year. Ushers hand out bulletins, collect the offering and assist with Communion. Any member of St. Andrew’s is invited to serve as an usher. To learn more or get involved, contact Dick Barnwell, 595-7948 or barnwell1@cox.net.

Women of the Word
Women of the Word (WOW) meet on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the Parish Library for a book or bible study led by the clergy. Each study lasts from five to eight weeks. All women are invited to participate. Workbook purchase is required. To learn more or get involved, contact Peggy Woodall, 930-3234 or pwoodall1@verizon.net.

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