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Reverend Carol J. Jablonski

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Today begins the Second Week of Lent. The church is decorated in purple, reflecting the solemn beauty of this season. Our music is more muted as we turn inward and ponder the mystery of the life we are called to lead, and want to lead, as followers of Jesus. "If any want to become my followers," we hear in this week's Gospel, "let them deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me." Come and join us as we focus our hearts and minds on what it means to keep faith with God. St. Andrew'... Read More

 St. Andrew's has two active children's choirs that rehearse on Wednesday evenings following our parish potluck dinner (dinner starts at 6:00, be there by 6:30 for rehearsal). This week, our children's choir will be singing an anthem at the 10:30 service. If you are interested in finding out more about our children's music program, call the parish office at 301-864-8880 or email us at office@saeccp.org.   

It's Time to Stop, Pray, Work, Play and Love! This Lent, St. Andrew's will be participating in the Society of Saint John the Evangelist's Lenten program. Sign up for daily videos and questions to ponder. Come to St. Andrew's on Sundays and join in the Adult Forum as we review and discuss our week's journey. Workbooks are... Read More

 Our Lenten book group will meet on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 in the Rectors' Lounge. This year, we are reading Gerald May's Addiction and Grace: Love and Spirituality in the Healing of Addictions. Gerald May was a psychiatrist and Christian who helped to found the Shalem Institute in Washington, DC. In this book, May invites us to look at addiction as originating in attachments. Although we may not be chemically addicted, most of us have attachments that separate us from God and... Read More

Give yourself the gift of time by spending a few hours in quiet reflection in the company of fellow seekers.  This year's Lenten Quiet Day is March 7 from 9:00-1:00 in the Rectors' Lounge. Mother Carol will lead us with two short meditations on "The Balm of God's Mercy," followed by periods of silence and concluding with Holy Eucharist. Light refreshments will be served on your... Read More

St. Andrew's offers a wide range of Christian Formation classes and activities for all ages.

Since the installation of the original pipe organ in 1930, St. Andrew's has had a choir led by an organist-choirmaster.

Our other ministries include Collegia and Environment Committee.