Brotherhood of St. Andrew-St. John's Chapter

 

Who We Are:

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is an international organization, founded in Chicago in 1883 and originally chartered by the U.S. Congress (one of only two such organizations). It is affiliated with the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.  A men’s ministry, the sole mission of the Brotherhood is bring men and youth to Christ.  In accomplishing that mission, the organization is dedicated to the three disciplines of prayer, scriptural study, and community service.  All Christian men are welcome to join our organization, and members of St John’s are especially encouraged to participate.        

When We Meet:

The St. John’s Chapter meets at 8:00 AM in the church library on the first and third Saturdays of every month.  Each meeting begins with opening prayer and a Bible study, which is followed by a brief business meeting. Meetings conclude with closing prayers.  Currently, the Brotherhood raises money with Carson's Community Days.  Coupon books are sold a few weeks in advance.  The Chapter donates each and every dollar raised from its projects in the support of men and youth. 

Chapter Officers:        Director  –   William Powell           Chaplain-   Rodney Fair

Secretary –   Jeff Dooling         Treasurer – Steve Whitfield