Church News (Page 2)

Church News (Page 2)

EXERCISE Spring 2019 registration

SPRING EXERCISE SESSION  —  Starts Monday, 3/18 through 5/23


Consider joining an exercise class or two each week at St. Andrew’s. Fitness contributes to everyone’s well-being – especially for older adults. Regular exercise can help control your blood pressure, body weight, and cholesterol levels. It reduces your risk of hardened arteries, heart attack, and stroke. It also strengthens your muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones to help fight osteoporosis and lowers your risk of falling. Keeping your body strong and limber can help you maintain your independence as you age. It allows you to continue the kinds of activities you’ve enjoyed your entire life.  And just as important, there’s a sense of fun and good friendships. And if that’s not enough, all proceeds go to benefit the ministries of St. Andrew’s.  I invite you to take your first class for FREE to see what it’s all about. Contract Barbara Hansen at 609-706-3552 or for more information.

Class Schedule:
Mondays, 7 p.m. – Tai Chi/Qi Gong
Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. – Pilates         Tuesday, 6 p.m.: Dance/Kick/Punch – Cardio
Thursday, 6 p.m. – Yoga               Thursdays, 7 p.m. – Tai Chi/Qi Gong

Classes Cost $10 Per Class



The next Keenagers meeting is Thursday, March 7th at noon in Wesley Hall. Our main dish is corned beef and cabbage in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day! Bring a side dish and pay $5 or $10 without a side dish. Eclectic musical entertainment by Wendell Barrett will follow our luncheon!

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday service will be held at St. Andrew’s at 7pm on Wednesday, March 6th. Join us as we prepare for the Lenten season.

Cathedral Kitchen

The next date to volunteer is March 6th at 3pm. Please contact Lois Stawicki at 856-768-3011 for more information. March Donations: Cathedral Kitchen has requested donations of hand and feet warmers as well as underwear and socks for men and women. Donations can be placed in the “Cathedral Kitchen Shopping Cart” in the lobby!

Casserole Fridays Update

Once again, we are ready to provide more casseroles to families at the Neighborhood Center. On Fridays, the Neighborhood Center in Camden distributes frozen casseroles families that are suffering from food insecurity. Here’s how you can help: 1. Pick up an aluminum pan or two in the lobby today! 2. Cook a favorite dish 3. Write the recipe name, ingredients and cooking instructions on the paper lid 4. Freeze it 5. Bring the frozen casserole to church on Sunday or…

Message from Commission on a Way Forward – Council of Bishops

In February 2019, at a Special Session of the General Conference, United Methodist delegates from around the world will decide how to move forward as a denomination around the issue of human sexuality. Below is an explanation of one of the plans, the “One-Church Plan” (recommended by Council of Bishops), that will be presented.  This plan would allow for contextualization in different parts of the world (adapting some non-essential practices to different mission fields to maximize our witness and success…
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