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Welcome to St. Andrew's!

St. Andrew’s is a traditional church with a modern message. We don’t see each other as insiders or outsiders; we’re all here for the same reason, to grow closer to God. No matter where you are in your faith journey, you are welcome here.

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 in-person and online. Sunday worship is livestreamed and daily prayer is available on Facebook Live at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Good Book Club: The Gospel from Jewish Tradition

Join us for the next six weeks as we read the Good News of Jesus Christ through the lens of the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew is one of the three synoptic Gospels, along with Mark and Luke, which tell the story of Jesus in a similar way, beginning from a common source document. Matthew is thought to have been written around 80 CE, after the destruction of the Jewish Temple by the Romans in the year 70 CE. Matthew’s take on the Good News is deeply rooted in the Hebrew Scriptures (our Old Testament), including frequent commentary about how a saying or action in Jesus’ story fulfils certain expectations from Jewish tradition about the coming of the Messiah. So, many scholars presume Matthew was written for a Jewish audience, intended to help them hear this Good News as the fulfillment of their hope. To sign up for the Good Book Club, email Fr. John Spicer.

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Upcoming Events

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  • 16October
    5:00 pm

    It's time for Oktoberfest! Join us for an evening at HJ's Youth…