FX | Philemon

Come Together

Wednesdays in September

6:00 - 7:30 pm

in Moncrief Hall

Paul’s letter to Philemon is one of the shortest books in the Bible—just one chapter—but is one of its most moving stories of the reconciling power of the gospel. Three men, from three different walks of life: Paul, the zealous missionary, Philemon, the well-to-do man of the city, and Onesimus, the runaway slave, find that they stand on level ground at the foot of the cross. 

Come enjoy dinner, live music by the house band, and a talk, thinking through how the story of Philemon can heal our own lives. 

Great Books | Monday, July 17

6:30 PM | Koslow Library

Dinner & Discussion

“You have been given questions to which you cannot be given answers. You will have to live them out - perhaps a little at a time.’ And how long is that going to take?’ I don’t know. As long as you live, perhaps.’ That could be a long time.’ I will tell you a further mystery,’ he said. ‘It may take longer.”   - Wendell Berry, Jayber Crow

Our current (2016/17) Great Books series began with the quintessential question about human life as addressed by Ancient Greek philosophers (in particular, Plato): What is “virtue”; or, how does one attain truly human excellence: by nature, by instruction, by habit; or by some other means, beyond human resourcefulness? 

We continue in exploring this question in our final Great Books dinner/discussion for this season with the reading of Jayber Crow” (by Wendell Berry), available now for $10 per copy, through Alann Sampson

Serious fun!



Beginning April 26

6:00 - 7:30 PM

New Testament letters and stories often launch into prayers--in thanksgiving, praise, and for churches to be strengthened and encouraged in the Lord, modeling for us hearts and minds open to and directed toward him. This series will explore in-depth particular New Testament prayers, asking of each: How does this prayer embody the thought of its author, and help us to read the rest of the New Testament? What does this prayer teach us about God and his work in history through Christ? How can we make this prayer our own? Dinner, and music by the house band, from 6-6:45, followed by a talk from 6:45-7:15, and Q&A, discussion, and prayer from 7:15-7:30 A nursery will be available.

Belonging to St. Andrew's

April 29 9-2:30

Sept 16 9-2:30

Hosted by our Priest-in-Charge, Canon Ron McCrary, Belonging to St. Andrew’s is an opportunity to hear about the mission of St. Andrew’s and how you can join us in the work of local and global discipleship. We will answer your questions about St. Andrew’s, our ministries to adults and families, and what it means to be Anglican. Attendees will be served a complimentary lunch and will participate with others who are new to St. Andrew’s. Whether you are simply seeking to learn more about St. Andrew’s or you are ready to get more involved, this is a great opportunity to find how you can best embrace your calling as a disciple of Jesus here at St. Andrew's. This class satisfies the requirements for confirmation at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. 

For more information about the next class contact Molly Bryant at 

mbryant@st-andrew.com or 817.727.5200

Great Books Club

The Great Books Club was established in the fall of 2007 and has been a favorite of many since it began. The Great Books Club meets once a month. A dinner is provided followed by a one-hour discussion on a current book. The discussion is moderated by one of three leaders (Dean McKeachie, Bob Grable and Alann Sampson). A new class starts every September. For information about current topic, day, time and location, please contact Dean McKeachie, 817.965.4899. More information on current book discussion