January 22, 2020

SUNDAY WORSHIPSunday in-person Worship is suspended due to Coronavirus. We are engaging with our congregation via e-newletters and video. Please visit our Bulletin Page below for more information!

 

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In-Person Worship is suspended during Coronvirus Distancing. Please joing our email list of weekly newsletters and video communications or visit the Bulletin page via the link News & Events or left sidebar menu.

 

Worship at St. Andrews is active and communal.  We invite everyone’s participation, young or old, newcomers and long-time members. We participate through singing, through responsive readings, through spoken and written prayer requests, through contemplative silence, and through eager, active listening to the proclamation of God’s word. 

 

Worship at St. Andrews can be experienced as a dialogue with God. When you join us for worship, you will see how this works in the liturgy:  God calls us to worship and we joyfully respond.  God greets us and we greet one another with the Peace of Christ.  We praise God’s holiness, majesty and mercy and we recognize and confess our sinfulness.  We receive God’s assurance of love, forgiveness, and we prepare to hear his word in scripture and sermon; we listen to the proclamation of God’s word, and respond by dedicating our gifts, time and talents to God’s work in this world.  God blesses us and sends us out into a new week. 

 

 

Music is an important part of worship at St. Andrew's, with special gifts from the Choir, directed by Erin McKibben, and the dynamic and talented pianist Dr. Christopher Davis.  Child care is provided; younger children are welcome to stay with their parents through the first half of the service, after that they are invited to age-appropriate Sunday School classes. 

 

We warmly invite you to worship with us this Sunday!