Worship Services

Worship is the heart
of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church.   

Our Worshipping community joins together at 10:30 on Sunday morning to worship, sing, pray and be in the presence of God. Ours is a traditional style of worship valuing hymns, liturgy and strong preaching. We embrace contemporary music that enriches our faith, without the beating of drums. Members of our Chancel Choir share their strong vocal talents with us every Sunday with lively or reflective anthems.

Lay leaders share in the leadership each Sunday.

Children are valued in worship, with a Children’s Sermon, opportunities to greet and usher and if they like read scripture. We believe creating a safe place for children to share their talents and develop new ones like public speaking and singing is a gift we give our young people.

We celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of the month.

This is a coming together as the body of Christ by sharing our Lord’s Table. Four times a year we come forward and share in Intinction, dipping the bread into the cup.   We invite our young people 4th grade and up to remain and partake; our younger children may then leave to attend Sunday school.

Special Worship Services

Advent

On the four Sundays leading up to Christmas, this is the celebration of the birth of our Lord.

Caroling 

Lifting our voices in song we share holiday cheer with those in nursing homes or homebound. An intergenerational group celebrates Christ’s birth. We have a great time singing and sharing Christ’s love.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 5:30 p.m.

This is a Lessons and Carrols style of worship sharing the story of the incarnation and the birth of baby Jesus. Traditionally we will gather in our courtyard for the Candlelight singing of Silent Night concluding our worship and anticipating sharing this blessed night with our family and friends.

St. Andrew Day

The third Sunday in November is when we celebrate the life and work of Andrew the Apostle of Christ and his ministry. We bear his name and honor his sharing the gospel with the larger world especially Greece and Scotland. We celebrate the Kirking of the Clans uniting us all as brothers and sisters in Christ.