Archives for October 2017

Treat the princess in your life to High Tea

The Celtic Faire Tea Room will offer three settings on Saturday, October 20, at 11:00, 12:30, and 2:00 PM. Treat that special person in your life, be she grandmother or granddaughter, to tea with all the trimmings in a memorable setting, where our waitstaff will do everything in their power to ensure that you have a wonderful experience. Celtic Fair Tea

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What it means to be a good steward

What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word STEWARDSHIP? Things like: “Oh it is fall again.”, or “All they talk about is money, all the time they want more money.” But have you ever thought about stewardship in terms of all of life, in general?

Being a good steward is being trustworthy and mindful of the best interests of others, thinking about family life and the world around you. Preserving the environment is stewardship. Having a budget /financial plan in your household is stewardship. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is stewardship. Have you thought about stewardship in terms of your interpersonal relationships? Working against bullying is stewardship. Protecting youngsters against dangers in life is stewardship. Remember the adage, “Do unto others the way you want them to do unto you.” This is all being a good steward, a good steward of God’s creation and all that entails.

Our theme this year is: “You are the light of the world” from Matt 5:14a In consideration that our church mission statement is “to know Christ and to make Christ known”, we would like you to think about how “You are the light of the world” . Some questions to meditate on:

1. What does being a part of St. Andrew’s congregation mean to you?
2. How does St. Andrew’s help you grow spiritually?
3. How does St. Andrew’s help you serve others?
4. How does St. Andrew’s shape the rest of your week?
5. What does “being the light of the world” mean to you?

Calling all kids to the St. Andrew’s Organ Adventure

On Saturday, October 14, from 10:00 AM until Noon, children grades 1 to 6 and their parents are invited to a morning of discovering about the organ. Led by Naomi Shiga and Jonathan Wohlers, participants will learn about the history of organ, its construction. The class will begin at 10:00 with the introduction accompanied by donuts and milk. Participants will also have opportunity to sing, to play, and even to listen to a little concert (listening to a range of styles from famous organ pieces to Disney music!). And there will be prizes! At the end of the morning, the class will close with an “Organ Quiz” and three winners will receive an ice cream shop certificate! Please invite any kids you know to this event. It should be a lot of fun! (FYI, adults with the “spirit of children” are also welcome to this adventure with our organ!)