To learn more about our Peanut Butter & Jelly Gang
and how
you can participate
CLICK HERE
Peanut Butter & Jelly Gang

When? The third Friday of each month from October through May.

Where? St. Andrew's Parish Hall brick building.

Who? Anyone in 6th grade and older

How? If you are an outside of St. Andrew's group [four or more people] you need to
contact Jill Breimann [#631-278-5363] in advance.  All others may just come down and
volunteer.

What do I bring? Please bring either a jar of peanut butter or jelly per person with
you when you come. All bread is generously donated by Stroehmann's bakery.

Impact? The sandwiches are then taken to "Hospitality Too" soup kitchen at St. Anne
RCC in Brentwood where it is distributed to various homeless shelters across Suffolk,
Nassau and NYC.


Do small things with great love. ~ Mother Theresa

Video of our Peanut Butter  & Jelly Gang in action
St. Andrew's in Mission

* Peanut Butter & Jelly Gang     
*Smithtown Emergency Food Pantry      
*Philippines Mission
Smithtown Emergency Food Pantry

The Smithtown Emergency food Pantry is an ecumenical effort of the seven churches in
Smithtown working together: Byzantine Church of the Resurrection, First Presbyterian
Church of Smithtown, Smithtown United Methodist Church, St. Andrew's Lutheran
Church, St. James Episcopal Church, St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church,
St. James Lutheran Church.

The Pantry is located at 90 Edgewater Avenue and is open M-F from 9am-12 noon.

Each church volunteers once every 7 months on a rotating basis and have the
responsibility of organizing 2-3 volunteers each day, Monday through Friday. St.
Andrew's will serve two months each year.






Items always in need: juice, canned fruit, fruit cups, baked beans, peanut butter,
jelly, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toilet paper.
LITTLE BAGUIO MISSION
Missions Organizer- Mary  & Elizabeth Fjellstad
#631-265-0657   cfjellstad@ieee.org

St. Andrew's has a "Youth to Youth" connection with Little Baguio in
the Philippines. We work closely with American missionary Joe Dugan
and Philippine missionary Rose De la Cruz. Our youth group writes
and receives letters from pen pals in Little Baguio. Along with these
letters the youth with the help and support of the congregation send
Wash Up kits to help support the medical clinic in the mountains of
Little Baguio. This ongoing mission project is an effort to serve the
forgotten elders in the community.







How can I help?
Gather Wash Up kit supplies and drop them at the church office.
Supply List: wash cloth, shampoo, conditioner, soap, tooth paste and
brush, and comb

Other supplies needed: vitamins, Ensure nutritional drink, band aids,
vitamins, baby blankets & lap blankets.