May 6 | St. Andrew's campus is closed. All onsite events and meetings are cancelled until further notice. Worship services will take place online at 9:45 and 11:15 a.m. through June 15.
Our everyday life routines have been disrupted and people are discovering that they don't have the control over things they feel they should. We want to take a moment to remind you that we're in this together and that God is in control. We just have to have faith and trust in His grace and love. In an effort to provide some sense of normalcy and routine, we've created an online church schedule. We hope that it helps to bring you and your loved ones some peace, encouragement, and a sense of togetherness while we are physically apart.
We'll post a prompt for you to share something memorable from your weekend on your favorite social channel.
We'll post a short devotion and song by one of our worship leaders. We'll also have online SPARK for kids, as well as Youth Check-Up for our 6th-12th grade students.
We'll spotlight a way that you can help those in need in our community.
Share your prayer requests with us and take a few minutes to pray during our #stopthescroll prayer time.
Join us through livestream of our NINE45 and 11:15 a.m. services. Also check out our Kids Ministry Facebook group for Sunday morning worship and activities for the kids.
THIS SUNDAY'S MESSAGE
In Romans, Paul uses Abraham to illustrate a righteousness that works. The faith of Abraham took him on a journey to an unknown destination. The Bible says this faith was “counted as righteousness.” The second letter of Peter begins by wanting for his readers “more and more grace and peace through the knowledge of God and Jesus our Lord.” This describes a righteousness that works and is the desire of many Christians.
But this epistle is not about a passive faith that is self-satisfied but one that aggressively pursues righteousness, a righteousness that works. 2 Peter 1:5-7 lists several characteristics of a disciple of Jesus, such as “moral excellence,” “self-control,” and “affection for others.” Please read the scripture, there is more. Verse 8 tells us “if all these (characteristics) are yours and they are growing in you, they’ll keep you from becoming inactive and unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Christians with a righteousness that works, as opposed to works of righteousness, want to be active and fruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit has come to help us.
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.
We are all on this journey together and we want you to feel comfortable and open to experience God's grace.
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.