St. Andrew’s eNews

February 27, 2024

Now, discipline always seems painful rather than pleasant at the time, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.

Therefore, lift your drooping hands and strengthen your weak knees and make straight paths for your feet, so that what is lame may not be put out of joint but rather be healed. Pursue peace with everyone and the holiness without which no one will see the Lord.                    ~Hebrews 12:11-14

What’s Happening

Tuesday, 2/27 at 2 pm - Centering Prayer in your own space

Tuesday, 2/27 at 3 pm -  Bible Study with the Rector

Wednesday, 2/28 at 11 am - Holy Eucharist

Thursday, 2/29 at 5 pm - Evening Prayer

Thursday, 2/29 at 5:30 pm - Lenten Soup Supper

Sunday, 3/3 at 9 am - Sunday School and Nursery

Sunday, 3/3 at 8 am and 10 am - Service of Holy Eucharist  - Nursery provided

Tuesday, 3/5 at 9 am - Morning Prayer

Tuesday, 3/5 at 2 pm - Centering Prayer in your own space

Tuesday, 2/27 at 3 pm -  Bible Study with the Rector

Fun Facts: Who would you vote for?

Adomnan, a 7th cent. monk at Iona, promoted his Law, AKA Cain Adomnain, AKA the Law of Innocents, which took root throughout Ireland. The law exempted women, children, and clerics from going to battle. It’s widely credited with making medieval warfare more humane. Or at least less monstrous. This was the first agreement of its kind, and some have called it an ancient Geneva Accords.


Joseph Vaz, a 17th cent. Catholic priest, was the first non-European missionary to Sri Lanka. He went door to door, begging for his living, getting to know the local Catholics and their languages, and performing the sacraments in secret. 

Winners are posted by the water cooler. Take a cool drink, see how the bracket is shaping up,  then take a look at the website and read more about some of the saints.

Centering Prayer

Tuesday at 2:00

Choose a sacred word. Sit comfortably and settle in. Return ever-so-gently to the sacred word. Remain in silence.

Tuesday Rector’s Bible Study

All are invited to the church library for a discussion of the Sunday readings. This week the focus will be Exodus 20. Join the discussion about the Ten Commandments.

Friendship Dinners

Our friends at First Methodist Church in Port Angeles are offering a free community dinner every Friday night. We’ve been invited to provide 3 or 4 of these dinners  We’re looking for volunteers to help with all or part of the evening: meal prep, serving, and/or clean up. Contact Anna 360-457-4862 or if you would like to participate.

Ways to Worship with Us

Wherever you are in your journey of faith, you are welcome at the Lord's Table. For those who cannot attend in person, the service is offered via livestream on our Facebook page or anytime on our website.

  • St. Andrew’s Sunday Worship - 8 am and 10 am. Sunday School (all ages) at 9 am. Nursery care available.

  • In Forks at St. Swithin's -  Each Sunday at 2:30 pm - We meet at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church for Holy Eucharist or Prayer.

  • Mid-week Worship Service each Wednesday in person at 11 am.

    If you need assistance in accessing our worship services, please contact our office 360-457-4862.

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