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Missions at St. Andrews is more than just a “Mission Team”. Missions at St. Andrews is shared among all ages, all committees, and all members. The Theology of Christian Mission as defined by Jeremy Basset in A Mission Journey: A Handbook for Volunteers says:

Our God is a missionary God; the Bible is a missionary document; the agent of God’s mission is the Holy Spirit; the partner with this Spirit is the called-out community, the Church of Jesus Christ; and the work of this community of Christ-followers is to facilitate the coming of the kingdom of God in ways consistent with who Jesus is and what Jesus did.

Often those who serve in mission say, “Our work is to share the love of Christ in ways that make a Christian difference.” Current day participants in mission seem to echo the relational enthusiasm and commitment of the early disciples to share Jesus with a world in need. Here are just a few examples where those of St. Andrew’s participate in mission:

  • Change To Make A Change
    • February – Transitions SS Class Caregiver Caddy Project
    • March – UMCOR
    • April – Guatemala Mission Team
    • May – Methodist Childrens Home
    • June – Grace Camp
    • July – Adopt-A-School (Southeast Middle & Woodlawn Middle)
    • August – Cuba Mission Team
    • September – CASA
    • October – World Communion Sunday
    • November – Adopt-A-Family Christmas Project
    • December – United Methodist Student Sunday
  • Partners in Education w/ SE Middle and Woodlawn Middle Schools
  • Hope Ministries
  • Open Air Ministries
  • Kairos Ministry at Angola and Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women
  • State
  • OWL Center
  • United Methodist Committee On Relief (UMCOR)
  • Methodist Childrens Home
  • Country
  • World
  • Cambodia
  • Student’s International (SI) Guatemala
  • Compassion International
  • Heifer International
  • Guatemala Mission Trip

    The United Methodist Men, United Methodist Women, Sunday School Classes, Youth, Children’s Ministry and individual members all participate in “missions”. How can you get involved? For more information, contact Karen Agnew or call the church office.
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