Welcome! We are glad you are here!

Church has changed due to Covid-19. Scroll down for opportunities
to connect at St. Andrew’s and view our worship services online.

Online Worship Services

During the weeks that we are unable to gather for worship together, we will be posting a worship experience online each Sunday morning.
Sunday School class opportunities are listed below.

We are fortunate to live in a time that we have options to connect even when we can’t be physically present. You are not alone! Come, let us worship.

9:45 a.m. Grace Upon Grace Sunday School taught by Sandra Holland
9:45 a.m. Zoom into the Bible Sunday School taught by Trent Shealy

For information on how to join a Sunday School class online,
email Deacon Holland by clicking the button below.

Get Connected

Since we are unable to meet in person right now, it’s really wonderful to have the technology available through Zoom to be able to gather online. Here are some of the ways you can get connected at St. Andrew’s.

SUNDAYS
Youth Group Meeting (7th – 12th grade)

MONDAYS
6:00 p.m. Yoga

TUESDAYS
7:15 p.m. Pajama Time with Church Friends (toddlers – 6th grade)

WEDNESDAYS
12:15 p.m. Prayer Group
6:00 p.m. Bible Study led by Pastor Trump
8:00 p.m. Quarantine Bible Time (7th – 12th grade)

THURSDAYS
4:00 p.m. Social Crafting

For information on how to join a Zoom meeting online,
email Deacon Holland by clicking the button below.

Stewardship - Offering First Fruits

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms” (I Peter 4:10)

Stewardship and the way we return to God what God has first given us
has changed through the ages.
Click below to see videos from our church that explore why and how people support God’s ministry through St. Andrew’s in this 21st century.

Karibu - Welcome to the Water

In 2014, the people of St. Andrew’s embarked on a mission campaign to fund a clean water project for the village of Makusi in southwestern Tanzania.
You successfully raised $50,000.

The villagers began the hard work of gathering materials and building the infrastructure. The project is now complete and clean water is accessible to the village of Makusi. Click the video below to view the process.