What's Happening and How to Get Involved
Salt is now Quarterly
Salt has been re-vamped and the Autumn issue for this year is now available.
Con Spirito Concert
Our April concert entitled "Lunchtime Lieder" will be presented by Alla Yarosh (mezzo-soprano) and Andre Van, Ji Zhang (Tenor) and Jonah Patuto, Camilo Lopez (baritone) and Toki Omoda and Anna Tafani (soprano) and Nava Ryan. It will feature songs by Beethoven, Schubert, Clara Schumann, Brahms, Richard Strauss, Hugo Wolf, Zemlinsky and Mahler.
Wednesday Evening Service
1st Wednesday of Every Month
Saint Andrew’s is pleased to announce a new monthly inclusive worship service. Commencing on Wednesday 3rd March at 5:30pm for 6pm we will gather in community, we particularly welcome any members of the LGBTIQ+ community who are seeking a safe space to worship. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on P. 3221 2400 E.
Stuck for Mother's Day Gifts?
The Fair Trade Association has produced a Mother's Day shopping guide for 2021!
Click here to view.
Social Justice Table
Returns 2nd May
The May Social Justice Table is supporting Veteran’s Care Association
Many of you will remember Chaplain Gary Stone, who spoke to us about the Veteran’s Care
Association and the work they do with Veterans and their families.
DEACON Gary Stone and his team from Veterans’ Care Association work around a lounge room table,
in a Kelvin Grove house that doubles as an office and a drop-in centre.
Deacon Stone is chaplain to the veteran and ex-services community, and since VCA was set up, there’s been a rapidly growing demand for their services, which include holistic health education and individual assistance.
Gary and his son Michael, are both Veterans, and lead a group of veteran clinicians and peer support carers, engaging ill and injured veterans in peer support, encouragement, holistic health education and life coaching.
Part of their programme is the “Timor Awakening” rehabilitation Project which is designed as a significant contribution to the health and well being of veterans, facilitating veterans of two nations to inspire and support each-other, building bonds and enhancing the broader relationship between neighbours.
The work has expanded to include caring for families of veterans in crisis.
For more information visit https://veteranscare.com.au/
The Social Justice Table is held in the hall after Morning Worship, so visit us on May 2nd to purchase a variety of goods to enjoy for morning tea or to take home.
As with any church volunteers are at the heart of our service.
If you would like to volunteer or require any further information please contact the office: 3221 2400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We'd like to hear from people who are interested in serving at Saint Andrew's in any of the following areas:
Liturgist / Readers
Greeters and Ushers
Community Meal Servers
+Plus One Plan - NEEDED
Toiletries: Toilet paper, pocket tissues, shaving gel/cream, lip balm, moisturiser, single toothbrushes, toothpaste and large nail clippers.
Women's Clothing: Warm clothing in sizes L & XL, hoodies and jackets in all sizes.
Men's Clothing: Flannelette shirts, jumpers, jerseys, hoodies, puffer vests, fleece tops and bottoms.
Other: Beanies, socks, blankets and rugs.
Help the environment and support the community meal
Bring approved containers to church and leave them in the red bin in the kitchen area OR deposit your containers at a recycle depot and quote the Saint Andrew’s Scheme No C10161825 and the cash refund goes directly to our account.
Flowers are a beautiful way of expressing feelings and
remembering loved ones as well as enhancing the
If you would like to donate to the flower program or if you would like to be part of our team of volunteers who arrange the flowers please contact the office: 3221 2400 or email: email@example.com