Join Us!

We welcome all persons to our church family and pray that your visit will be a pleasant one.  Our hope is for you to feel welcomed and feel that there is “something different here,” an experience that we hope will draw you back.

When you arrive, you can expect to be warmly welcomed by our greeters and ushers.

At the 8AM service, you will find a traditional service that follows Rite I, incorporates organ music, and focuses on prayer and Scripture readings, leading to holy communion.  After this service, we adjourn to the Parish Hall to enjoy coffee and refreshments as well as a time of fellowship with old and new friends.

The 10AM service is our “blended” service and follows the same sequence, except we combine music by a praise band with traditional hymns accompanied by an organ or piano, all sung by a choir.

Children are welcome at both services and can remain throughout the service or enjoy our Godly play program at the 10AM service.  We also have a vibrant youth group for older kids and teenagers.

If you are seeking God’s peace and love, we welcome you to St. Andrew’s and hope you join us Sunday morning.

Events

Great Easter Vigil and Baptism

04 Apr 2015 | 05:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  Great Easter Vigil and Baptism 5:00 pm Easter Vigil and Baptism The Easter Vigil, a remnant of prayerful watches through the night hours common in the early Church, can present a challenge in the fast-paced world of today. Yet, Holy Week is not complete without the Easter Vigil, as it is
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Good Friday

Good Friday Services!

03 Apr 2015 | 12:00 pm - 08:00 pm
  12 Noon: Good Friday Service: The most important events in Christianity are the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Good Friday is a day of mourning in church, meditating on Jesus’ suffering and death on the cross, and what this means for our faith.   7:00 pm: Tennebrae and
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Maundy Thursday

02 Apr 2015 | 06:00 pm - 09:00 pm
The name Maundy Thursday derives from a linguistic corruption of the Gospel word in Latin, “Mandatum novum.” I give you a “new commandment.” To show this love Christ got down on His knees before the meal and washed the Apostle’s feet one by one. It also marks the beginning of the commemoration
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