Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church
Sunday Mass 10 AM and 6 PM
1031 S. Carrollton
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
St Andrew's Bulletin Board
Fourth Sunday in Lent
Bishop James Brown will say 10am mass with Anna Briscoe playing organ. Father Seamus Doyle will say 6pm Mass.
We hope everyone has a blessed and holy Lenten Season.
This Lent, we will have mass at 6pm on Maundy Thursday and noon on Good Friday.
Childcare Now Provided!
Our professional staff, headed by Ms. Lolita Rochon and assisted by Stella Majorie, is located in the red school cottage building from 9:45am to 11am. Please ask ushers for directions if needed.
Bell Choir Concert!
Our own Bell Choir, The Perkins Ringers, will play a concert at 6:30pm in front of the church.
In keeping with the Lenten Fires, this concert will be outside. Come enough soothing, beautiful music with us.
The book for April is Myth America edited by Kevin M. Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer. We will meet on Tuesday, April 11,
at 2:00 p.m. in the Chalstrom House.
We are continuing our Bible Study with Bishop Brown.
This week we will meet Thursday at 11am.
Please come having read the first fifteen chapters of the Book of Mark.
We are continuing our Lenten Fire tradition. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up
"One of the two who heard John the Baptist speak was ANDREW, Simon Peter's brother. He first found his brother and said to him, 'We have found the Messiah' [which is translated Anointed]. He brought him to Jesus."
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
"Living our Baptismal Promises empowered by the Holy Spirit we are a community of faith that boldly professes that Jesus rose from the dead and in his victory we find new life. Sunday after Sunday we gather to celebrate Holy Eucharist and being enriched by the Scriptures, Communion, and Community we are strengthened to go forth and put our faith into action. Bearing the name of ANDREW, our patron we constantly invite others to the joys that we have found and welcome the gifts that others bring to our church to help us grow in diversity, justice and love."
"We are the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement"
-Most Reverend Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church