Dominican Republic Ministry

  • Discovering Christ and ourselves in others
  • Sharing experiences in deep relationship formation
  • Building spiritual connections through mission work
  • Celebrating god’s kingdom in cross-cultural fellowship

For Many years, St. Adrews has supported mission ministry in the Dominican Republic. Since 2013, six teams of St. Andrews youth or adults have:

  • Built homes and playgrounds…and beautiful relationships
  • Renovated pre-schools, school and churches
  • Constructed an audio-visual, multi-media room
  • Conducted community music programs
  • Initiated a movie ministry and distributed hygiene kits

Plans are being made for a summer 2018 multigenerational team to travel to San Francisco de Macoras to paint and repair Jesus Navareno Church.  Youth under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent. The cost for the week-long mission will not exceed $1500 per person. Group and individual fundraising opportunities are available.

Please contact us for further information.

April 2017 Adult Missioners

June 2017 Youth Missioners

A community gathering in November 2017 near the building site of their future church

Dean Fricke Food Pantry

“The Dean Fricke Memorial Episcopal Food Pantry, a registered 501 c (3) organization, is an Episcopal food pantry based out of Trinity Cathedral.  We have volunteers from seven Episcopal churches,  All Saints, Church of the Resurrection, St. Andrew’s, St. Augustine’s, St. Martha’s, St. Martin of Tours and Trinity Cathedral.  The pantry is led by a board of directors with representatives from each of these churches which helps us stay in touch with the needs of our community.  All non-perishable food and monetary donations are tax deductible.”

Habitat for Humanity

St. Andrew’s is a member of the faith house building for Habitat for Humanity.  “Founded in 1984, Habitat for Humanity of Omaha is a grassroots organization that builds and renovates houses, forges community partnerships and breaks down barriers. We eliminate vacant lots and abandoned homes in the blighted areas of North and South Omaha while improving the overall appearance of our community. Families in our Homeownership Program are required to complete up to 350 hours of sweat equity before purchasing their homes through 20 or 30-year affordable mortgages.”  For more information go to https://habitatomaha.org/.