SPECIAL CELEBRATIONS

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Blessing of the Animals

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church has their annual Blessing of the Animals on or near October 4, the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi. St. Francis was born in Assisi, Italy during the 12th Century. During his life, he was particularly fond of animals. We celebrate his love of animals with the Blessing of the Animals.

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Holy Baptism

Holy Baptism marks a formal entrance to the congregation and wider Church; candidates of all ages for the sacrament make a series of vows, including an affirmation of the Baptismal Covenant, and are baptized in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Click the image to download a Holy Baptism Information form.

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Confirmation

Confirmation refers to when someone makes a mature commitment to the faith, and receives an increased gifting of the Holy Spirit through the bishop's prayer, laying on of hands, and anointing. St. Andrew's offers Confirmation classes close to the next visitation by the Bishop.

Click the image to download a Confirmation Information form.

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Weddings

People interested in holding a wedding at Saint Andrew's should be connected to the life and ministry of the parish. For more information about weddings at Saint Andrew's, please contact the Rector or the church office.

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Funerals

People interested in holding a funeral for their loved one at Saint Andrew's should be connected to the life and ministry of the Parish. For more information about funerals and our columbarium, please contact the Rector or the church office. If you'd like to watch a certain recorded funeral service, please contact the church office.