Ministries meet needs of local school children

School’s out for summer, but the needs of school children in Delaware County are heavy on the minds and hearts of those here at St. Andrew’s. While our Food Ministry is busy feeding nearly 90 Olentangy Local elementary school students over the summer, the Order of the Daughters of the Holy Cross...

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St. Andrew’s contributes to church plant efforts

On Pentecost Sunday, St. Andrew’s joined with churches across the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes to raise funds to support church planting efforts in the diocese. It’s our pleasure to share with you the following letter from our bishop, pictured above with Deacon Becky Spanos and Fr. Ron...

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Services livestreamed on Twitter

As another way to reach out to our community with the Good News of God in Christ, we are now livestreaming our 11:15 a.m. service (and sometimes our 9 a.m. service) on our Twitter account—twitter.com/standrewsnet. This is a wonderful opportunity to share the music, message, and rich tradition of...

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Lenten Study Program-Week 5

The fourth session in our five-week Lenten Study Program on the Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Holy Virtues focused on the sin of wrath, and its contrary virtue of hope. Click below to download Fr. Ron Baird’s study outline and the small group discussion questions. Week 5 Outline Week 5...

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Lenten Study Program-Week 4

The fourth session in our five-week Lenten Study Program on the Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Holy Virtues focused on the sin of wrath, and its contrary virtue of hope. Click below to download Fr. Ron Baird’s study outline and the small group discussion questions. Week 4 Outline Week 4...

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Lenten Study Program-Week 3

The third session in our five-week Lenten Study Program on the Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Holy Virtues focused on the sin of wrath, and its contrary virtue of hope. Click below to download Fr. Ron Baird’s study outline and the small group discussion questions. Week 3 Outline Week 3...

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Reaching those in prison

Kairos Prison Ministry International, Inc. (Kairos) is a lay-led, interdenominational Christian ministry in which men and women volunteers bring Christ’s love and forgiveness to prisoners and their families. During the initial Kairos weekend, Kairos volunteers serve as God’s instrument through...

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Lenten Study Program-Week 2

The second session in our five-week Lenten Study Program on the Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Holy Virtues focused on the sins of sloth and greed, and their contrary virtues of diligence and generosity. Click below to download Fr. Ron Baird’s study outline and the small group discussion...

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Lenten Study Program-Week 1

Our annual parish-wide Lenten Study Program got underway on Tuesday, March 14. This year adults are exploring the seven deadly sins and seven holy virtues. In Week 1, we identified the seven deadly sins, and looked at how they can disrupt spiritual growth and lead us away from holiness. Likewise,...

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Resources for Lent

The following is a compilation of web resources for observing the season of Lent. If you have an idea to contribute, please email us. Lent and Easter Resources: A list of web resources from the readers of AnglicansOnline.org. Fasting for Lent: What is fasting, and why should I fast for Lent? 2019...

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The Call to a Holy Lent

By Fr. Ron Baird Ash Wednesday on March 6 begins the holy journey to the Cross that we call Lent. Lent is a time to put away the cares of the world and to follow our Lord and Savior to Jerusalem, to Calvary, and to the Tomb. It’s a time to prepare our hearts, minds, bodies and souls to accept the...

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Fr. Ron to lead Holy Land pilgrimage in 2019

Fr. Ron Baird is planning to lead a pilgrimage to the Holy Land this coming year. The 11-day trip will depart Columbus for New York on Monday, May 27, where we’ll take an overnight flight to Tel Aviv, Israel. We’ll return on Thursday, June 6. The cost of the trip is $4,098 per person, which...

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