|St. Andrew's in the Pines
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Sunday, March 16, 2014
- "Into your hands I commend my spirit..."
Friday, March 07, 2014
So said Jesus, on the cross. In doing so he was quoting Psalm 31, one of the Daily Office readings for Friday, March 7, 2014. Click here to learn more, and about the importance of KNOWING YOUR PSALMS.
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Saint Andrew's in the Pines Welcomes You!
316 North Peachtree Parkway
Peachtree City, GA
770 487 8415
8:00 a.m. – Traditional, Holy Eucharist, Rite I
10:00 a.m. – Family, Holy Eucharist Rite II, Children’s Chapel & Nursery
Wednesday, 12:00 noon (Rite I, Traditional)
Wednesday, 6:00 p.m., Rite II,
(followed by Parish Dinner at 6:30 p.m.)
St. Andrew's in the Pines - a part of Peachtree City for some 40 years now - welcomes and invites you to come and join us in our worship, as we write the next chapter of our journey in faith and mission together
Our liturgy - the Sunday service formula that we follow each week - goes back to Merry Olde England and the year 1549. (In fact, some parts of our service go back to Moses, over 3,500 years ago...)
As part of that Bible tradition, we strive to preserve the best of the past, but we also realize that life means change. Accordingly, we also try to work - within traditional principles developed over 2,000 years - to move forward into a future that can at times seem painfully uncertain. On that note as well, during a single Sunday service we hear more Bible-reading than many church-goers hear in a month. Through it all we work to find that "peace of God which passes all understanding" (one of the many phrases in our Book of Common Prayer
that comes directly out of the Bible).
To learn more about "what makes us Episcopalians," just click on that icon. Or if you'd like to check out the Bible readings that we'll be hearing on the next upcoming Sunday service - usually with some "color commentary" added - click on that icon.
Or you could check the highlights from The Voice, the paper newsletter that comes out the first Sunday of the month. Or finally - as it says in another place in the Bible - you could just go ahead and:
"Come and see..."
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