In Memory of those who are always in our hearts.......
St. Andrew's Prayers of the People
Please keep these people in your thoughts and prayers:
Barbara Lipsette (battling Covid-19)
Phyllis Daviski (battling Covid-19)
Edward Govoni (deceased)
The altar flowers were given
in loving memory of
All Our Loved Ones
The sanctuary candle was lit in loving memory of
All our Loved Ones
Did You Know?
You’ve surely noticed that we have included our Prayers of the People in our CROSS. It is the place where we can ask our parish family to say a prayer for friends and family members who are going through a difficult time, whatever that might be. You can easily have names submitted by contacting our church office by phone (508)992-9274 or email at
However, did you know that our original Prayer Chain is still active? Healing and strength can come through prayer. We all know it. We’ve all seen it happen. But there are times when we don’t want those requests for prayer in print. Please remember that any time you would like a personal prayer for yourself or a loved one, you can give Betty Helme a call and she will move your wishes for prayer down the chain. Betty’s number is 508-763-9544.
ONE LAST THING...........
Last Saturday when our Food Pantry was open, an elderly man wearing a skeleton mask came in. It was very cold and icy out and a conversation was made about the weather conditions. This man frequents the food pantry and is familiar to our volunteers.
He mentioned that he had something for the food pantry.
He stated that he searched high and low, all of his pockets, couch cushions and chairs at home and wanted to give a donation. He pulled out a bag with 2 rolls of nickels and 22 rolls of pennies totaling $15.00.
This made me think of one of my favorite quotes.
“I learned to give not because I have much, but because I know exactly how it feels to have nothing.” Anonymous