Sunday Services 
Spring Worship Schedule 2023
8:30 am in-person said service and 10:30 am in-person with music.
9:30 am Virtual Worship, Ante Communion Service  on Zoom
Summer Worship Schedule 2023 – begins July 
9:30 am Virtual Worship, Ante Communion Service  on Zoom
10:30 am in-person with music.
(Meeting ID- 766598 8948)
To call in using your landline or mobile phone,
(646) 558-8656 (Meeting ID: 766 598 8948)
10:30 am In-person with music – Masks optional

Christian Formation
Sunday School for 2022-2023 is now complete.
Enjoy the summer and remember Children are welcomed members of Sunday worship.

Sunday Youth Group
Grades 6 – 12
Please see the church calendar

Mid-week Worship Opportunities
on Zoom
Wednesdays 8 am Morning Prayer
Thursdays 8:30 pm Compline

Streaming Virtual Holy Eucharist – Washington National Cathedral, 11:15 am
Join and gather at the National Cathedral from home. The service begins at 11:15 am and can be found at this link

Other helpful information
The Church Office is open during the following hours:
Monday: Office Closed
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 9:00am-1:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am-12:00noon 

Leave a message anytime at 440-322-2126.

An online Book of Common Prayer can be found at this link. Morning Prayer (page 75) or Evening Prayer (page 115) as well as Compline (page 127) and Daily Devotions (page 136).

(Updated September, 2022)

Please click here to read the minutes from the May Vestry Meeting.

Click here for the April 2023 Statement of Revenue and Expense by Budget, Statement of Financial Position, and JIF report submitted at the May Vestry meeting.

May 21 – September 17, 2023
As Rev. June embarks on her Sabbatical/Renewal, we here at St. Andrew’s will also be spending time in renewal. Through a generous grant, we have the resources that will help us with Rev. June’s time away and also includes activities for us. Click to learn more about the Parish Renewal
During June’s absence, Sunday services will be conducted most often by Rev. Brian Wilbert. 

Mark your calendars for Monday, August 7 – Thursday, August 10
Welcome to Changemakers Lab, an interactive Vacation Bible School curriculum where children learn that everyone can make a difference in the world! The five Bible stories in this curriculum explore examples of people who experienced and brought about change in the world around them. These people provide a model for asking hard questions, working together to solve problems, reaching across differences, caring for all people, and imagining a new world. To register, click here for the form.  If possible, please print, complete and return to St. Andrew’s (digital or hard copy). Or, simply send an email with children names, birthdate, grade completed and contact information. You will still need to fill out a registration form and waiver with your signature when you drop off the first day. (See form for contact information.)

The “Freedge” is a community refrigerator designed for sharing food. It’s a place where people can leave surplus food items for others to take and enjoy, reducing food waste and promoting community connections. We are actively supporting this ministry by asking parishioners to bring items with them on Sunday’s and place them in the refrigerator in the small kitchen on the marked shelf. Volunteers then take the donations to the Freedge which is located at the Elyria Public Library South Branch, 340 15th St, Elyria, OH 44035. Please watch the e-news for the weekly request. Learn more about Southside Pride, the organization that made the Freedge possible.

Our program currently offers “To-Go” meals served outside our door on Holly Lane. We expect to continue serving “To-Go” meals for the foreseeable future. Please check Facebook, our website and calendar for updates as we faithfully move forward. We will serve the first Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, the second Monday and the fourth Monday and Wednesday of the month from 6 – 6:30 pm or until all guests have been served. 

(Updated April, 2023)