Articles by Alan Andraeas

 
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Fr. Alan Andraeas discusses some construction details with local carpenter Terry Kinney.  Terry’s helper, Michael Brown, is working inside the chapel.

Holy Trinity Chapel–Vision to Reality

By Alan Andraeas on Aug. 05, 2014, at 9:06 a.m.
When Fr. Alan Andraeas retired as a Navy chaplain nine years ago, he and his wife, Sue, moved to Dennysville. Their new home quickly become the base of operations for a monastic retreat ministry, Saint Brendan’s, which also includes the spiritual practice of ‘prayer offices’ throughout the day. A portion …
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Pembroke Market

By Alan Andraeas on June 09, 2014, at 10:39 a.m.
Vendors and organizers of the Pembroke Market are ready to begin their summer market schedule. This year’s market will be conducted in the parking lot of the Pembroke Town Office located at the Triangle MDOT at the intersection of Route 1 and Old County Road. Like last year’s market held …
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Rebecca (Becca) Greene of Lubec receives the Sacrament of Confirmation at the hands of Bishop Richard Lipka during the Sunday Eucharist at Holy Trinity Chapel. (Photo by Alan Andraeas)

Confirmation Sunday at Holy Trinity Chapel

By Alan Andraeas on Nov. 04, 2013, at 1:09 p.m.
The Sunday of All Saints was marked by a special event at Holy Trinity Chapel in Dennsyville. On November 3rd, the Right Rev. Richard W. Lipka, Suffragan Bishop for the Missionary Diocese of All Saints (Anglican Church in North America), made an episcopal visit to Holy Trinity Chapel. In addition …
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Mary Greene of Lubec and Helen Kilby of Edmunds, worshippers at Holy Trinity Chapel, assemble relief packages that will be sent to persecuted Christians living in the African nation of Sudan (Photo by Alan Andraeas).

Dennysville Chapel Sends Relief to Sudanese Christians

By Alan Andraeas on Aug. 19, 2013, at 2:34 p.m.
Prior to Sunday worship on August 18, members of Holy Trinity Chapel in Dennysville assembled relief packages that will be distributed to persecuted Christian communities in the African nation of Sudan. The relief packages contained shoes, clothing, blankets, bed linens, soap, school supplies, and other essential items. It took several …
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Bishop Lipka gathers with worshippers at Holy Trinity Chapel during his visit to Dennysville.  Pictured from left to right are Jim Heyer, Jane Doré, Judy Heyer, Fr. Alan Andraeas, Bp. Richard Lipka, Fr. John Mark Lipka, Sue Andraeas, Becca Green, Lorraine Casey, Mary Green, and Susan Ober.

Episcopal Visit

By Alan Andraeas on Sept. 25, 2012, at 8:17 a.m.
Holy Trinity Chapel at Saint Brendan’s received an episcopal visit on Sunday, September 23, from the Right Reverend Richard Lipka. Bishop Lipka preached a powerful sermon on Christian discipleship, sacrifice, and servanthood based on the Gospel text from Mark 9 and he was the chief celebrant for the Eucharist. Bishop …
 
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