St. Andrew Catholic Church
a roman catholic church of the salina diocese
Director: Jenny Brooks
Contact the church office for more information.
•Sun., 1/7, •Sun., 1/7
To educate and inform the parish about opportunities to stand up for life and how to help those who have chosen life over abortion.
This commission treasures the gift of life and God-given dignity of every human person - born, pre born, and long born.
Made in the image and likeness of God, life is defended from conception to natural death.
Annual events include:
Respect Life Sunday,
Life Chain peaceful protest
March for Life in Washington, D.C.,
Rally for Life in Topeka
Praying the Pro-Life Rosary.
Family Life - Pro-Life - School Board
Director: Sarah Geiger
•May also contact the Church office.
listening and advocating for the needs of families across the life cycle, from singles to seniors.
To provide resources, programs, and activities that educate and strengthen families and allow them to build fellowship with their larger parish family.
Family and Marriage,
Respect Life, and
Parish Picnic in July
Lenten Soup Suppers
Families Prepare for Advent"
Membership is open to individuals interested in family life issues and social activities.
•Held annually on the third Sunday afternoon in July.
•An opportunity for all the parish to gather for a meal, fellowship, and some fun.
•Various parish organizations and groups provide the food and fun with outdoor and indoor games
St. Andrew Parish organizations help to keep our parish a very active
and involved place to learn and worship.
Contact the church office for information on any of these.
President: Chad Tompkins
St. Andrew's Elementary School web site.
•Promotes the fact that the School builds upon the influence of the home.
•Presumes that parents want and expect their children to think, act, and live in a way that reflects the values and attitudes of the Catholic Church.
•Believes that St. Andrew School exists to assist parents in helping their children discover the dignity, uniqueness, and worth of themselves and other human beings created by God; explore their Christian and Catholic heritage; deepen their relationship with God and the Church, and develop their spiritual, intellectual and physical capabilities to fulfill their particular role in life.
•Consists of nine elected members. Each year new members are selected by parish ballot to serve a three year term. Any parishioner may put their name on the ballot.