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Whether you are a visitor, a member, or a friend faraway, we invite you to make Saint Andrew your church home. We are a dynamic and growing congregation with activities for youths, adults, singles, and families. Saint Andrew’s mission doesn’t end at our church door. We are actively involved in our community, participating in the special needs of those around us and sharing the Good News of Christ. We hope that you will join us and look forward to seeing you at our 8:30 a.m. or 11:00 a.m. Sunday service!

News for April, 2014

Rooted in Love, Grounded in Grace, Growing for God

“Each year as we walk the forty day journey with Jesus to the cross, we seek to go deeper in our faith by adding a spiritual discipline. We ask that you do so through the reading and meditating upon specific scripture. Here are the scriptures that hopefully will help you go deeper in your faith. Lent ends with the resurrection of Jesus on Easter.

As we have walked with Jesus, may we understand the deep commitment that He had for God, for His commitment toward us and our spiritual health, and for the eternal reward that awaits all of us as we serve the Almighty One. Let us embrace the sacrifice that is necessary to go deeper in our faith so that others may know that here at St. Andrew, we are rooted in love, grounded in grace, and thus growing for God.” -In Christ’s Love, Pastor Mark
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News for March 2014

 

Rooted in Love, Grounded in Grace, Growing for God

“Lent will begin with the Ash Wednesday service of March 5.  Each year we ask that you take this forty day journey with Jesus to the cross so that you can go deeper in your faith.  We ask that you do so through the reading and meditating upon specific scripture.  We are asking the same this year.  Here are the scriptures that hopefully will help you go deeper in your faith.” -In Christ’s Love, Pastor Mark
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News for February, 2014

Rooted in Love, Grounded in Grace, Growing for God

“We have entered the month that we usually associate with love. We often use the word love in so many ways that do not necessarily express love. For instance, we say that we love our car or our video games or our football team. We lose the power of the word and the depth of its intention when we say we love some things that we merely enjoy… This month, let us embrace the decision to love so that others may know that here at St. Andrew, we are rooted in love, grounded in grace, and thus growing for God.” -In Christ’s Love, Pastor Mark
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