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.
Aligning Words and Deeds: The Good Book Club in Lent
Our Good Book Club will turn to the Old Testament for Lent, taking up works from three of the “minor prophets” (“minor” only because the books are short). From Feb. 17 through April 3, we’ll read Amos, Hosea, and Micah – prophets concerned that, for God’s people, their words and deeds should be aligned. Each day, you’ll receive a text or email summarizing about 10 verses, along with a link to the reading. You may be surprised at the similarity of themes these prophets raise and issues plaguing us still – economic injustice, legal injustice, and the temptation to turn to false gods to solve our problems. To sign up, just email Fr. John.