Archive | October, 2012

Annual Meeting Set For December 1, 2012

Our annual meeting is set for Saturday, December 1, 2012 at St. Michael’s and All Angels. The Church is located at 8011 Douglas in Dallas. The meeting will begin at 8:30AM with breakfast available before. This year we elect a new Vice President and Treasurer, both to serve a two year term . Nominations for one […]


St. Andrews Day Celebration Set For November 30th

The St. Andrew’s Farmers Branch chapter will be celebrating their namesake Saint on Friday, November 30th. There will be a 6:30PM Mass with Bagpipes with a Dinner afterwards (donations accepted). Guests will be invited to bring their favorite Single Malt Scotch Whiskey for a taste off. Some guidance and Scotch Education will be provided. In […]


St. Andrews Farmers Branch Chapter Installed

The Dallas Assembly of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew has a new Chapter – St. Andrew’s Farmers Branch. Don Candy (Diocesan Coordinator), Steve Orthwein (Secretary) and Robby Gerber (Outgoing President) installed the new chapter on Sunday, October 7th at the principal Service. St, Andrew’s has 11 members which includes two priests: Jim Cox, Brian Hale, Miles […]


2012 Fort Worth Brotherhood of St. Andrew Retreat Deemed A Big Success

The 2012 Brotherhood of St. Andrew Retreat in Granbury Texas was a huge success. The purpose of the weekend was to bring clergy and laymen together for the worship of Jesus Christ and advancement of men’s ministries. The retreat leader, The Rt. Rev. Mark Lawrence, Bishop of The Diocese of South Carolina, taught from the […]

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No Man Left Behind – Foundations Men’s Retreat

The Center for Formation and Mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi and The Brotherhood of St. Andrew at Chapel of the Cross in Madison are presenting The Man in the Mirror Experience: “No Man Left Behind – Foundations” Men’s Retreat on October 26-27, 2012. A flyer on the Retreat is available here. You may find out more […]

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