Parish Center Update: Due to current restrictions, the parish office and preschool remain CLOSED and ALL events and activities at the parish center are CANCELLED until further notice. Parish staff continue to work primarily from home with limited and rotating hours in the office, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-12:30pm. Staff are most easily accessible via email, but may also be reached at 410-974-4366.
Daily Mass Live-Stream & Open to the Public (limit 80)
Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer with Holy Communion
Friday at 9:00 a.m.
Wednesdays 9:30-11:00 a.m.
Benediction at 10:45 a.m.
Wednesdays from 9:45-11:00 a.m.
Saturday Confessions cancelled until further notice
Weekend Masses BY RESERVATION ONLY (limit 95)
Signup for Masses is emailed via Flocknote at noon on the Sunday prior to the upcoming Mass.
CLICK HERE to sign up for Flocknote.
For assistance with Mass reservation requests, please contact email@example.com or call 410-974-4366.
Ministers of Hospitality Needed
We are in need of Ministers of Hospitality to serve at weekend Masses. At this time, we are only able to accept volunteers who have previously completed training as an Usher, Eucharistic Minister or Welcome Desk Minister, and those who are considered vulnerable will not be allowed to serve in this capacity. Anyone interested should contact the parish office at 410-974-4366.
Saturday, June 20, 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 21, 8:30* & 10:30 a.m.
*Limited space remaining
BY RESERVATION ONLY
LIMITED TO 95 SIGN-UPS
Walk-Ins for Weekend Masses are not permitted at this time due to advanced seating preparations required to ensure the safety and proper social distancing of those in attendance. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Saturday, June 27, 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 28, 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
BY RESERVATION ONLY
LIMITED TO 95 SIGN-UPS
Reservation Request link and details will be sent out via Flocknote on Sunday, June 21 at noon. Those who attended weekend Mass on June 20-21 are asked to wait until midweek (Tuesday morning) to sign up again, so that those who have not yet had the opportunity to attend weekend Mass may do so.
National eGiving Day-June 20, 2020
The past few months have been challenging for all of us. Despite temporary closures of parishes like ours, we have never waned in our faith as Catholics or in our commitment to our shared mission and ministry. This year, I wanted to let you know that Saturday, June 20, 2020 is not only the first day of summer, it’s also National eGiving Day (electronic giving) and an opportunity for you to help St. Andrew by the Bay.
We can take joy in this celebration, as the response to eGiving in our church, especially over the last few months, has been wonderful and is a continued blessing to our parish! Please consider signing up for our On-line Giving program and help power our ministry during the summer so we can continue to meet the physical and spiritual needs of those in our parish family and community impacted by the coronavirus and possible job losses. By embracing on-line giving, you will simplify your giving and help provide our parish with consistent support. This is especially important in the summer months, when many families may be out of town some weekends--while others may still be uncomfortable attending Mass in person.
CLICK HERE to join in this challenge by signing up for Online Giving. May God bless you and your loved ones during the summer and throughout the year.
Fr Jeff Farewell Drive-By June 28
The Knights of Columbus are coordinating a Farewell Drive-By on Sunday, June 28, to give all parishioners the opportunity to wave farewell and offer well-wishes to Fr. Jeff from their car as they drive in a slow procession through the Church parking lot. Details and signup were sent out via Flocknote. Contact the office for more information 410-974-4366.
We are now able to schedule Mass intentions by phone only (the parish office remains closed to the public) for Masses dated July 1 and after. To schedule, call the office Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:30am-12:30pm. Donations for Mass intentions may be mailed to the office or dropped in the offertory with "Mass Intention" in the memo. We are unable to distribute Mass cards to parishioners at this time; however, parish staff will mail Mass cards directly from the office to the recipient upon request. Prayer requests submitted to Fr. Jeff now through June 27 will be offered during the Prayer of the Faithful at the following day's Mass.
Second Collection: Catholic Communications Campaign
This weekend, our second collection supports the Catholic Communications Campaign (CCC). Through websites, social networks, television, radio, and print, the CCC helps the Church spread the Gospel message through the media locally and nationally.Half of all donations to the CCC collected in your diocese stay in your diocese to support your local communications needs, such as radio and television programming and diocesan publications. CLICK IMAGE FOR DETAILS.
Caring for Creation
Did you know you may have a green power option available? Not everyone can put up solar panels or connect to a windmill, but more and more electric utilities are offering green power options, where you can sign up to get some, most or all of your electricity from renewable energy sources. While some utilities may charge a small premium, you likely will find savings in your bill over time. Contact your local electric utility today — it will be worth it.
Joyfully classical high school in the Catholic tradition! Chesterton Academy of Annapolis, an independent high school offering a college preparatory curriculum centered on the Incarnation of Jesus Christ, is accepting applications for 9th-12th grades for Fall of 2020. The classical curriculum develops complete thinkers who learn to draw on faith and reason for the purpose of building a culture of life. For more information and to view the Academy's virtual open house with 17 other Chesterton Academies nationally, visit ChestertonAcademyOfAnnapolis.org.