12 Mar 2022 0 Comment

Cori’s Corner—Easter Volunteers

Dear Friends, It’s been two years since that day when we were shuttered our churches in response to the COVID pandemic. We didn’t know that it would last this long. We didn’t realize how much we would lose. Now, we hope that this...
8 Feb 2022 0 Comment

February Tidings Newsletter

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24 Jan 2022 0 Comment

Faces of St. Andrew’s-Meet James Balmer & Mary Nelson

James grew up in the Scranton area of Pennsylvania, while Mary grew up in Minnesota. Can you believe that she misses the snow?! They both studied at the Westminster Choir College of Ryder University New Jersey, under the tutelage of...
9 Jan 2022 0 Comment

January Tidings Newsletter

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10 Dec 2021 0 Comment

Face of St. Andrew – Saint Andrew’s Story

Andrew was Saint Peter’s brother and was called with him. “As was walking by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who is now called Peter, and his brother Andrew, casting a net into the sea; they were fishermen. He said to...
7 Dec 2021 0 Comment

December Tidings Newsletter

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14 Nov 2021 0 Comment

Cori’s Corner-Stewardship—Love, Gratitude, and Caring for Others

Dear Friends, November is a time when we talk about stewardship and gratitude. In all honesty, these are two sides of the same coin. To be a good steward is to care for a thing, and that means care in several senses of the word. When...
5 Nov 2021 0 Comment

November Tidings Newsletter

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5 Nov 2021 0 Comment

Faces of St. Andrew’s-Meet Rob Lucarelli

The man behind the innovative marketing campaign at St. Andrew’s is Ohio transplant Rob Lucarelli. A native of Cleveland, Rob earned his Bachelor of Arts from Baldwin-Wallace University. He pursued his career in marketing and public...
1 Nov 2021 0 Comment

Cori’s Corner-Finding The Missing Piece of the Puzzle

Dear Friends, The story goes that a new priest arrived at a highly active parish, full of joyful and truly interesting people. The church hummed with happy souls. The priest was happy in his new cure but began to feel something was...