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Ash Wednesday, February 14
12pm - 1pm - Service at the PB Boardwalk
Ashes to Go (giving ashes to passersby)
4:30pm - 5:30pm - All-Ages Service
5:30 - 7pm - Dinner and Intro to Spiritual Autobiographies
Check out this year's annual report, which includes updates about all the important ministry areas of St. Andrew's, biographies of our new vestry (board) members, and a lot of useful information about how to get involved.
Mary Lynn grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, so she appreciates great barbecue and fireflies. The rolling plains and big skies of the Midwest cultivated in her a love of learning, art, nature and spirituality. She is married to David Tremaine, and they have two sons: George and Frederick.
We are a welcoming, multicultural, and inclusive community that has room for all and that embraces questions about faith and life. We affirm and celebrate all people regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation, economic status, or belief. When people describe St. Andrew's they use words like: 'welcome,' 'relaxed,' 'accepting.' We believe that a church is a community that embraces the uniqueness of each individual. Our core values are:
The mission of the Absalom Jones Center is to provide tools and experiences that allow faith communities – and the larger community of individuals – to engage in dismantling racism through education, prayer, dialogue, pilgrimage,
and spiritual formation.
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