April’s Newsletter

Dear Friends,
Easter is over. Now what? In the Gospel of John, the disciples had the same ques-tion—now that Jesus has risen from the dead, what does that mean to me, to us? Since they did not know what to do, they went back to the one thing that they knew for sure—they went fishing. (John 21:1-3).

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March’s Newsletter

Dear Friends,
At the end of this month, we have the cross awaiting us. At the end of this month, we have the uncertain day of Holy Saturday, in which we experience the depth of despair that the Lord of Life has had His life snuffed out. And then on Easter Sunday, Jesus comes back to life. Jesus is resurrected. He has risen, just as He said.

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Legacy Hall and Memorial Garden

“All things bright and beautiful” so a beloved hymn begins. Folks walking into Legacy Hall, our new banquet room, for the first time spoke those same words. It is indeed bright, beautiful and spacious. Even with a crowd of over 200 on its dedication day and a large crowd again during the Father’s Day coffee hour, there was plenty of room for families and friends to gather and fellowship. No longer do people have to finish quickly so they can give their seats to those waiting to sit.
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Youth Newsletter

The Youth Group meets every Sunday at 6:00 p.m, please call the church office at 301-223-8887 for more information.

Click here to download, read and print the Spring 2016 Newsletter»

Missionary News December 2015

Please take a moment to read a the most recent news from December of 2015 from Peru missionary Jed Koball»

Recent Missionary News

Please take a moment to read a the most recent news from August of 2015 from Peru missionary Jed Koball»

Youth Group Newsletter

The Youth Group meets every Sunday at 6:00 p.m, please call the church office at 301-223-8887 for more information.

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News September 2015

Dear Friends,

As we enter the glory days of autumn, I would share a thought on waiting. So often, we modern hu-mans struggle to wait, and yet, we are asked to do so much of it. I would like to share a reading that gives a deep perspective on what it means to wait.

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Email from Peru missionary Jed Koball

Please take a moment to read a copy of the email we recently received from Peru missionary Jed Koball»

VBS in the News!

Thanks to all the volunteers who helped with VBS this year! It was a success. Please a take moment to read about St. Andrew’s VBS in this recent article that was published in the Herald Mail»

Youth Group Spring 2015 Newsletter

The St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Youth Group meets weekly on Sunday’s at 6 pm. We’d love for you to join us. Take a minute to read our Spring newsletter.

Please download, read and print the Spring 2015 Newsletter here»

We Have a New Website

launch-noticeSt. Andrew Presbyterian Church is pleased to announce the launch of our new website, standrewpresbyterian.org. The new site will help keep our congregation updated about important changes and news from St Andrew Presbyterian Church. We hope that you find the new website to be a useful and convenient resource.

If you have questions about St Andrew’s, we invite you to visit our contact us page.

Welcome


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!