Twelve-Step Meetings

Please use the links below for information about Twelve-Step groups that meet at St. Andrew UCC:

Alcoholics Anonymous  (AA Helpline: 941-951-6810)

Al-Anon

 


 

Upcoming Events and Meetings (Tentative)

Tue 1/1 – Church office closed (New Year’s Day)
Wed 1/2 (7:00 PM) – Chancel Choir Rehearsal
Thu 1/3 (9:00 AM) – Board of Trustees
Thu 1/3 (12:00 PM) – Yoga With Julie
Thu 1/3 (3:00 PM) – Board of Deacons
Sun 1/6 (10:30 AM) – Worship Service (Epiphany)
Mon 1/7 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Tue 1/8 (6:30 PM) – Diversity Rehearsal
Wed 1/9 (7:00 PM) – Chancel Choir Rehearsal
Thu 1/10 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Thu 1/10 (1:00 PM) – Board of Finance
Sat 1/12 (11:00 PM) – Memorial Service for Ted Leed
Sun 1/13 (10:30 AM) – Worship Service
Mon 1/14 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Mon 1/14 (6:00 PM) – SURE Board Meeting at St. Andrew UCC

Tue 1/15 (6:30 PM) – Diversity Rehearsal
Tue 1/15 (7:00 PM) – Church Council
Wed 1/16 (10:00 AM) – Board of Pastor-Parish Relations
Wed 1/16 (7:00 PM) – Chancel Choir Rehearsal
Thu 1/17 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Sun 1/20 (10:30 AM) – Worship Service

Mon 1/21 – Church office closed (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)
Mon 1/21 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Tue 1/22 (5:30 PM) – Study & Discussion Group
Tue 1/22 (6:30 PM) – Diversity Rehearsal
Wed 1/23 (7:00 PM) – Chancel Choir Rehearsal
Thu 1/24 (10:00 AM) – Study and Discussion Group
Thu 1/24 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Sun 1/27 (10:30 AM) – Worship Service
Mon 1/28 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Tue 1/29 (5:30 PM) – Study & Discussion Group
Tue 1/29 (6:30 PM) – Diversity Rehearsal
Wed 1/30 (7:00 PM) – Chancel Choir Rehearsal
Thu 1/31 (10:00 AM) – Study & Discussion Group
Thu 1/31 (12:00 PM) – Yoga with Julie
Thu 1/31 (3:00 PM) – Board of Deacons

 


 
Study and Discussion Group

Join us on Tuesdays at 5:30 PM or Thursdays at 10:00 AM

The group will begin this new series on Tuesday, January 22, and Thursday, January 24.

 

Unbelievable: Why Neither Ancient Creeds Nor the Reformation Can Produce a Living Faith Today

Bible scholar and Episcopal bishop John Shelby Spong contends that there is mounting pressure among Christians for a radically new kind of Christianity–a faith deeply connected to the human experience instead of outdated dogma. To keep Christianity vital, he urges modern Christians to update their faith in light of these advances in our knowledge, and to challenge the rigid and problematic Church teachings that emerged with the Reformation. There is a disconnect, he argues, between the language of traditional worship and the language of the twenty-first century. Bridging this divide requires us to rethink and reformulate our basic understanding of God.