Episcopal Campus Ministry
Students and Faculty are welcome to St. Andrew’s at any time.
Sunday evenings are planned with the student/faculty community in mind.
The schedule (except during UB breaks, exams, and vacation periods) is as follows:
Evening Prayer 5:30 pm (in the chapel)
Mass 6:00 pm
Supper 7:15 pm (downstairs; time approximate)
Compline (night prayer) 8:00 pm
The suppers are free of charge and open to all. Attendance at any of the services is not required!
Everyone is free to attend as much or as little of the evening events as they wish.
Here are the planned menus:
2/25 Swedish meatballs w/noodles, vegetarian meatballs; carrots
3/4 Pasta with Tuscan Sauce (meat opt.), green salad; garlic bread
3/11 Corned Beef; cabbage; potatoes; carrots; Vegetarian "beef"
3/18 Spring recess; no supper or Compline
3/25 Lasagne, meat & meatless. green salad, garlic bread
4/1 Easter – no evening services or supper. We invite you to the Easter Vigil, Saturday 3/31, 8 pm, with good food afterward.
4/8 Baked ham; vegetarian "ham," sweet potatoes; green beans
4/15 Beef Stroganoff; vegetarian version, also broccoli
4/22 Pernil (Puerto Rican roast pork), yellow rice w/ pigeon peas; Valencia salad
4/29 Oven fried chicken; vegetarian “chicken,” biscuits; gravy; baked beans; cole slaw
5/13 Taco bar; many options, build your own
There are always homemade desserts, but these are not planned much in advance. Vegan and other special dietary needs can be accommodated with at least a week’s notice.
Office Hours, UB North Campus, Campus Ministry Office (Student Union 227)
Tuesdays, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Mother Ellen Brauza, (716) 868-2532; email@example.com
Do you like to sing? We have a Chant Schola that sings for the 6:00 pm Sunday mass. New singers are always welcome. Contact Patrick Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
"Chant is a living connection with our forebears in the faith…a sign of communion with the universal Church, a bond of unity across cultures, a means for diverse communities to participate together in song, and a summons to contemplative participation in the Liturgy."
- USCCB Sing to the Lord (2007).