News & Events


St. Andrew’s will host an evening prayer service from the Book of Common Prayer each Friday from 6-6:30 p.m. in the Prayer Room. Join us for a great opportunity to refocus at the end of the week, and to prepare our hearts for the weekend.  All are welcome. Contact Kara Tobey for more information.



In lieu of our annual three-day Vacation Bible School, St. Andrew’s will host three churchwide, family events.One evening each month during the summer, everyone is invited to join us for a time of fun, fellowship and community.

August 11—Movie Night; 6 p.m. on St. Andrew’s campus

Join us for pizza and Peter Pan. We’ll eat and watch the movie in the Mary & Martha Room; kids are invited to bring pillows and blankets to lay on during the movie. The commons will be set up for adults wishing to eat and fellowship. Pizza, fruit and dessert will be provided, but you are more than welcome to bring your own. So that we know how much food to order, please register for this event.



Are you new to St. Andrew’s? If so, we’d like to invite you to Pastor Robert and Kimberly’s home on Sunday, August 6, from 7-8:30 p.m. for a casual time of dessert and fellowship. To RSVP or for more information, contact Kathy Stephenson.


God is at work in the lives of people all around us, and he invites the church to participate in what he is doing. Alpha provides a safe, welcoming place for followers of Christ to invite friends and family to explore the Christian faith and experience community. The course begins on August 21 and will continue on Monday nights through October 30, from 6-8 p.m. Each evening will include a meal, a brief lesson and lots of opportunity to discuss. Prayerfully consider who you might either tell about Alpha or invite to come with you. Please register online or in the Narthex on Sunday mornings.



God can do great things with a few small steps of obedience.  Everyone is encouraged to participate in our churchwide prayer walk from 9-11 a.m. on July 22. After a brief meeting at St. Andrew’s, we will go out in small groups to explore our neighborhood, blessing and interceding as the Lord leads. By being prayerfully present in our neighborhood, we trust that God will increase our love for the people living and working around us and open new doors to share his love.



Whether it’s babysitting, house sitting, lawn care or even cleaning, our teenagers would love to serve you for a donation toward their mission trip. Fill out a “Need a Teen” card and put it in the box in the Narthex or fill out the form online.



At different times throughout the year, our congregation is given an opportunity to support St. Andrew’s missionaries through the purchase mission gift cards. The 2017 Mission Gift Card Art Celebration is a chance for individuals to submit their creative works to be the front cover of the cards for the rest of 2017 and the beginning of 2018. The chosen works will be featured on the cards and the artist will be credited. Submissions must be made by Sunday, September 3. Submission Forms and information and contest guidelines are available here or at the Missions Desk.