Pastoral Care2020-08-05T18:35:55+00:00

Being One Body In Christ

We will be an inviting, growing and healthy church family in which all people feel that they are welcomed, belong, and are connected. We will work towards living the values to which we aspire.

Pastoral Care

We promise in our Baptismal Covenant that we will seek and serve Christ in all people, loving our neighbor as ourselves.  One way we do this is by caring for one another.  In the Church we call this care, pastoral care.  Our team of Lay Pastoral Assistants provide pastoral care for the members of Saint Andrew’s through personal visits, phone calls, emails, and notes or cards. Their work supplements the work of the Food Fairies who deliver food to those have recently returned home from the hospital, and the Lay Eucharistic Visitors ministry.

“I think of pastoral care as accompanying one another through times of suffering and grief, and also accompanying one another in times of joy. “ – The Rev. Daryl T. Hay

Church members who  need pastoral care assistance for post-surgery/illness or other needs, may contact the church , 979-822-5176.

Fall 2020 Rector’s Book Club

The Fall featured books are:   September 23rd- When Christians Were Jews: The First Generation by Paula Fredrickson   October 21-How To Be an Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi   November 18- Following Jesus:  Finding Our Way in an [...]

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A New Pentecost

There’s a scene in the Gospel according Matthew where when Jesus and the disciples came into the district Caesarea Philippi he asked them a question, “Who do people say that I am?” The disciples go [...]

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Message from the Rector Regarding COVID-19 and Sunday Services

We are all very aware that large and important institutions in Bryan/College Station such asTexas A&M University are postponing classes and/or moving them online in response to the COVID-19, “corona virus.”   By doing so the [...]

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