August 28 | St. Andrew's campus is closed and will reopen for in-person worship services (9:45 and 11:15 a.m.) on September 20. Worship services are available online at 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.
Lunch with the Pastors
Pastors Gary and Jayne would like to invite you to a “Virtual Lunch with the Pastors.” They will gather with a group of eight at 12:30 p.m. through Zoom for lunch. Prepare your favorite dish, and Gary & Jayne will make theirs, and the small group will have an opportunity to get to know each other over the course of an hour.
August 30 is Youth Sunday at St. Andrew's! Students in our Youth Ministry program will be serving and leading portions of our worship services that morning, and we can't wait for them to participate! That evening is our Youth Ministry Fall Kick-Off.
8, 10, 14,16,19
Make a difference in our community by sharing your sacred stories— your experiences around issues that affect the quality of life for our families, friends, and neighbors. Your stories are vital as they help direct the 2021 efforts of Justice Ministry..
Global Leadership Summit
We believe that EVERYONE is a leader because we all have influence—in our families, in our neighborhoods, in our workplaces, upon every relationship and interaction that we have in our community. That’s why we host the summit, to help equip and inspire all of us to be awesome influencers for the kingdom of God.
THIS SUNDAY'S MESSAGE
The parable of the sheep and goats tends to make us all nervous because it is about the judgment of God on the nations of this earth. In this parable, both those who are charitable and those who are not are equally confused by God’s judgment on them. Jesus teaches that to feed the hungry is to feed Him. To not feed the hungry is to deny food to Jesus. If you are a parent, you may have noticed your joy when someone is kind to your children. You may also have felt the rage that comes when another person hurts your kids. This is a great parable that teaches us about the heart of God and His command to meet the needs of this world in the name of Jesus Christ.
Join us for our online at 9:45 a.m. (contemporary) or 11:15 a.m. (traditional).
Our prayer requests are sent directly to our pastors and prayer team members. How can we pray for you today?
We want to offer as much assistance as possible to those in need during these challenging times. Learn more about our COVID-19 Relief programs on our updates page.
8:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. | Sanctuary
Our traditional services feature organ and piano music, robed clergy, acolytes, traditional hymns, chancel and handbell choirs, and orchestra.