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All ministries and activités at St. Andrew’s are possible because of the generosity of and faithfulness of many members and friends of the parish.  There are many ways you may give to support the work of St. Andrew’s.  For your convenience, you may give online using your credit card, or you may text saeccp to 73256.  All donations and gifts to St. Andrew’s are fully tax-deductible.  Receipts for your gifts are available upon request. 

If you would like to give online using your credit card, please click on the red “Online Giving” button below. This button will take you to a separate page where you may enter the amount and designate the fund to which you would like to give.  A description of each fund is located below the button.

Memorials – Memorial gifts are given in memory of a loved one or friend; gifts to this fund will be used as directed by the family of the deceased.

2018 Pledge – If you made a pledge to the parish in 2018 and would like to make a donation toward fulfilling that pledge, please choose this fund.

2019 Pledge – If you made a pledge to the parish in 2019 and would like to make a donation toward fulfilling that pledge, please choose this fund.

Plate – checks – Gifts to this fund will be used to support the overall programming, ministries, and activities of the congregation. 

Rector Discretionary – Gifts to this fund are used by our Rector (Pastor) to meet the emergency needs of individuals and families in the community.

Associate Discretion – Gifts to this fund are used by our Associate Rector (Associate Pastor) to meet the emergency needs of individuals and families in the community.

 

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This morning, I flew to Minneapolis for continuing education at Luther Seminary. I was in the air while the good people of St. Andrew’s were in worship. Please know that although I was unable to be physically with you, I used the Book of Common Prayer while on the plane to pray Morning Prayer so that my prayers might be joined with yours. Interesting note...the passenger seated next to said, “I am a Methodist and couldn’t go to church this morning either. May I join you?” And she did. May God bless you with peace this night! -Fr. Tim ... See MoreSee Less

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