The Stations of the Cross are significant when they empower both a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer and a change for the better through meditation on Christ suffering and death. To highlight the 400yrs of St Andrew’s parish which is by the sea it was decided to look at our relationship with the sea since St Andrew was a simple fisherman. The outdoor stations on Good Friday became “pit stops” along the coastline for reflection to both meditation on Christ passion and imbibe a spirit of reparation for the damage we cause as alerted by Pope Francis in Laudate Si .
7:00 pm Andrean Family Fiesta – Parish F...
Andrean Family Fiesta – Parish F...
Dec 2 @ 7:00 pm
The Andrean Family Fiesta is here to celebrate our Parish Feast on 2nd December at the St. Andrew’s School Quadrangle from 7.00 pm onwards. The programme consists of performances, games and dinner. Entry passes are priced[...]
all-day Christmas Ball – Registration Open
Christmas Ball – Registration Open
Dec 13 all-day
Evergreen Senior Citizens “Christmas Ball” will be held on 13th December. Registration against ID Card for Members from 12th November between 8.30 am to 12 noon on weekdays. Senior Citizens’ guests are also invited. Book early to[...]