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, beginning the third week of March, the need to protect public health led us to suspend in-person worship. But we are still God’s people, and we still praise God through the week and on Sunday mornings.

Sunday at 8 a.m. – Online Morning Prayer
For those who find spiritual comfort and strength in the rich Elizabethan language of centuries-old worship, our early-morning service of prayer, Scripture, a sermon, and time-honored hymns is the perfect way to start your Sabbath. Find it here.

Sunday at 10:15 a.m. – Online Choral Morning Prayer
Start your week with the glory of hymns, canticles, Scripture, sung psalms, a sermon, and prayers for ourselves and our world. Find it here. Before this service, we offer online Children’s Chapel via Zoom, too.

Daily at 8 a.m., 1 p.m., and 8 p.m. – Online Prayer in the Morning, Noon, and Night
Join us on Facebook Live for our “8-1-8” prayers each day – 8 a.m., 1 p.m., and 8 p.m. In just five minutes, you can stop, breathe, and find God’s refreshment to support you through your day or carry you on to bed. It’s a beautiful way to remember that God is our constant helper and strength.

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Reopening for In-Person
on July 12

St. Andrew’s will reopen for in-person worship beginning Sunday, July 12. This is joyful news, but living it out will take great caution and a focus on the needs of others.

Please email or call Mary Sanders in the church office (mary@standrewkc.org; 816-523-1602, ext. 110) to reserve seating for each week.

Much of the Sunday experience will feel familiar, and we’ll follow our usual Sunday schedule. We’ll also continue offering worship and coffee hour online. However, many aspects of our worship and fellowship life will be different starting July 12.