The Episcopal Church’s Good Friday Offering provides an annual opportunity to support churches, medical programs and schools in the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East. First gathered in 1922, the initial Good Friday Offering was an intentional response to support Anglican ministries in the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East that were impacted by the devastation of World War I, the Spanish flu pandemic and unrest affecting Armenian Christians, among others throughout that region. In his 2021 Good Friday Offering letter, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry writes: “For those who are able to give, the Good Friday Offering is a reminder for our Anglican brothers and sisters in the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East that the Episcopal Church stands in solidarity with them in Jesus’ name.” Gifts can be made this year online or via text in addition to mail. Click the button below to make your offering and for more Good Friday Offering information and materials.
Parishioners can also send checks to St. Andrews Church with Good Friday noted on the memo line.