In challenging times, we’re here with worship that’s right for you.
The coronavirus crisis is challenging churches to respond in new ways to our call to worship. At St. Andrew’s, we’re worshiping online only because of the increasing incidence of COVID-19 in our metro area. We want to do our part to protect our community while still offering God our sacrifice of thanksgiving (Psalm 50:14). Sunday worship is livestreamed and daily prayer is available on Facebook Live at 8 a.m., 1 p.m., and 8 p.m.
Advent Good Book Club: Hope and Healing in the Distance
“Second Isaiah” – chapters 40-55, the second major section of the book of the prophet Isaiah – was written for those whose lives had been uprooted and who were marking time in exile. In Second Isaiah, God speaks words of comfort, assuring the people that Yahweh has indeed gone with them into exile and that this wilderness time will not last forever.
For us – people in pandemic exile waiting for our Savior to come at Christmas and at the end of the age – Second Isaiah assures us of God’s presence and promise of hope. From Nov. 29 through Dec. 31, we’ll read chapters 40-55 of Isaiah, looking for light dancing on the Advent horizon.