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Each week St. Andrew's offers three services with Eucharist (Holy Communion) - two on Sunday morning and one on Wednesday. Special services and worship are scheduled throughout the church year.
 

St. Andrew's to re-gather for worship beginning Nov. 29 - but you can continue to join us online!
After much prayer and discussion, the vestry has come to consensus about a date to regather in person: Sunday, November 29, the first Sunday of Advent. That is the start of the Church New Year, a very appropriate time for us to start up live worship again. Click here for much more important information about re-gatheringWorship Online with us: You can continue to worship with us onine now and after Nov. 29. Link to join the service is emailed weekly. Join our email list here. You can also worship with us on our Facebook page. In addition to recordings of our weekly worship, daily prayer videos are also posted on Facebook.
 

Sunday Services

On Sunday morning, a greeter will welcome you and can help with questions and directions to the Nursery.  You will get a service program from the usher as you enter the church, and you're invited to sit wherever is most comfortable for you.

Nursery care is available each Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon for infants and children through age 3.

  • 8 a.m. – Traditional worship with Communion. Combines traditional language with simplicity and quiet dignity. In the church.
  • 10:30 a.m. Worship with Communion  – A service for all ages, adults and children. Choir, accompanied by the organ and piano, leads a variety of music from traditional to contemplative to modern. In the church.

Children’s Chapel, for children age 3 through 5th grade, is offered during the 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday. Following the Gospel reading, children leave for Chapel and return in time for Communion.

Click here for what's happening this Sunday at St. Andrew's!

Wednesday: 11:00 a.m. Healing Service and Eucharist. In the church.

24 hours a day: The St. Nicholas Chapel is open for prayer and meditation 24 hours a day.
 

Stained Glass windows & Stations of the Cross

St. Andrew's stained glass windows tell a continuous story of the life of Christ, beginning with the Annunciation and ending with Pentecost. See and learn more about our windows here. The Stations of the Cross depicts the final hours, or Passion, of Jesus. See our beautiful Stations of the Cross here.

Funeral Customary

St. Andrew’s Funeral Customary is a document that contains helpful information not only about planning funerals but also about living wills, organ donations, powers of attorney, and other end-of-life considerations. It is a very helpful reference for yourself or for loved ones. Click here to download your copy of the Funeral Customary. Please contact the church office if you would like a printed copy.

Service Dogs Welcome at St. Andrew’s

Animals are one of God’s great gifts to us.  The loyalty and affection of our pets and service animals can be for us a reminder of the way God loves us – completely and abundantly.  What a blessing that some animals are able to serve as helpers and companions to humans who need a little extra help!  Service dogs are always welcome at St. Andrew’s.

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