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January Newsletter

As we enter a new year, we, as a society, always do a year in review. We look at signif­icant events such as milestones or sad events such as loved ones who have left us and moved onto eternity. We review where we have been and where we are going. We look at how we re­sponded to the events found in our lives.

These last nine months have been unlike any period in our lifetimes. As one of my  friends put it, “We are living in history, and we know it.” How so true! Often we realize  that this is significant history after the fact. Here we have had the opportunity to experience a  unique situation as we are living it.

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December Newsletter

Dear Friends,

As we approach Advent, which begins on November 29, we are truly looking forward this year. We are looking forward to an end to this pandemic. We are looking forward to the return to normalcy. We are looking forward to a vaccine. We are looking to stay safe and secure. We are looking to find a place of calm and peace. We are looking to have this weight removed from our heart and our mind.

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November Newsletter

Dear Friends,
As we complete seven months of dealing with the COVID-19 concerns and issues, I would like to point out that the call of Christian purpose has never been clearer. In the middle of all of this, the Apostle Paul’s call has still been the best response to this whole crisis—In Everything Give Thanks, for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus (1 Thessalonians 5:18). [Read more…]

October Newsletter

Dear Friends,

As we complete six months dealing with the COVID-19 concerns and issues, I would like to point out that the purpose of the Church has never been clearer. We are to reach out in love and care for each other to help each other through this crisis that is before us.

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September’s Newsletter

Dear Friends,

The Covid Crisis has tested us as individuals, as a nation, and as a church. We have re-alized in the midst of all of this to pray for those on the front lines of the crisis—the doctors, the nurses, the aides. Then, as the crisis continued, we realized that there are others in our lives who are needed for our lives to be normal—grocery clerks, the truck drivers, those who are in the manufacturing business, those who make masks, those who make hand sanitizer and toilet paper and sanitizing wipes, and those who collect our trash to name a few. As we pro-ceeded through the crisis, we began to realize that those who keep us safe are also vital—the police, the military, the fire fighters, the EMTs. In addition, we need to pray for those in gov-ernment who seek to lead us through this crisis. [Read more…]

Adult Sunday School Can Now be Attended in Person

Adult Sunday School can now be attended in person on Sunday mornings at 10 am in the Friendship Hall as well as still being on Zoom. For the latest Zoom information visit our Sunday School page here.

Announcing Online Videos!

We are pleased that we are now able to share video of services and special messages on the St. Andrew Presbyterian Church website. We will be posting more video soon and developing the church YouTube Channel.

May’s Newsletter

Dear Friends,
I read this on Easter Sunday. I would like to share it with you here. It is titled, “How the Virus Stole Easter”, by Kristi Bothur.

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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!