St. Andrew's releases online services every Wednesday and Sunday.

St. Andrew’s is a welcoming, loving, and joyful community of faith, living in the power of the Holy Spirit and serving all people as we grow in the knowledge and love of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Mission

The mission of St. Andrew’s is to develop ministries that proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord by sharing and teaching the Gospel with joyful worship and fellowship. We welcome and reach out to the community through service, providing spiritual, educational and physical support to families and individuals. We celebrate and respect the dignity and uniqueness of all people, loving one another as Christ loved us.

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Children’s Sermon

Posted on October 02, 2014, Pastor: Ronnie Short
The Children’s Sermon from Sunday, September 7th, 2014 delivered by Ronnie Short.  
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Are we a Cruise Ship or a Battleship?

Posted on September 25, 2014, Pastor: Father Wayne Sanders
The Sermon of Father Wayne Sanders on August 24th, 2014.  
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Words.

Posted on September 25, 2014, Pastor: Mac Nibbs
Pastor Mac Nibbs sermon from August 17th, 2014.
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The Meaning of Advent

Posted on January 12, 2014, Pastor: Mac Nibbs
We are well aware of the miracle that is Jesus’ birth. However, Pastor Mac Nibbs teaches us the meaning of Advent and how we can apply that to our holiday spirit.  ———————————————— To view a
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Christian Worries

Posted on November 17, 2013, Pastor: Ronnie Short
As humans, we often worry about everything. We stay up at night concerned about how we are going to pay all of our bills this month, when will we complete the big project due at work, what weekend will we devote to cleaning out the garage. As Christians, we worry about all these things and
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November 10, 2013

Posted on November 10, 2013, Pastor: Rev. Stephen Wendeldt
On November 10th, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church welcomed Rev. Stephen Wendelt.  Wendelt taught us about how our rules are not always God’s rules. God wants us to live under his rules, under his domain, under his way, under his command, under his grace, under his prophecy, under his
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