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A Service Opportunity

Please consider choosing a time the week of January 8-15 to help us host the guests of the Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network . Drivers, dinner, overnight or weekend hosts and set up/take down hosting slots are available. Please call Robin Harper 910-256-6483 or Jan McGowan 910-371-3916 or sign up on line at www.SignUpGenius.com/go/70A0B4BAFA82BA57-family5.

Brazil Mission 2017

Mark your calendars! BRAZIL MISSION TRIP AUGUST 2017 – The Mission Committee is currently planning a trip down the Amazon with our friends at the Petropolis Church in Manaus, Brazil. The dates will likely be 8/5/17- 8/12/17. We support this ministry year round, and partner with the missionaries already at work in the remote villages more »

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Helping Refugee Families

Are you willing to help host a refugee family? We need you! There is much to be done in hosting a family. It is a 6 month process. Some tasks are done just in the beginning (e.g. setting up an apartment, welcoming the family at the airport) and other tasks are more long-term (e.g. helping more »

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Ushers Needed

We are looking for folks who would like to serve during our worship services. Ushers are the welcoming face of our church when members and visitors arrive. Some of the Usher duties include handing out bulletins, helping folks find the nursery for their infants or finding a seat when the worship space is crowded, taking more »

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Security Team Forming

We are forming a security team to develop and implement security protocols in our church. A background in a security-related area is not required, but would be an asset to this program. If you are interested, please contact Catheryn Thomas (; 762-9693 x229) or L.C. Dechent (367-0974).

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Helping Refugee Families

Are you willing to help host a refugee family? Recently David Augustus posted about his experience on a recent short-term mission trip to Clarkston GA. (If you missed it, here’s a link to his devotion.) There the team made ready two apartments for arriving refugee families. Although not nearly as many as Clarkston, Wilmington also more »

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Sisson House Committee

As many of you consider how you can contribute to the growth of Saint Andrews-Covenant over the next year, I urge you to consider becoming a member of the Sisson House Committee. The committee is dedicated to finding the best use for this wonderful resource and to reach out to our community through local mission more »

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Ushering Ministry

USHERS NEEDED: We are looking for folks who would like to serve during our worship services. Ushers are the welcoming face of our church when members and visitors arrive. Some of the Usher duties include handing out bulletins, helping folks find the nursery for their infants or finding a seat when the worship space is more »