What to Expect
Below you’ll find information about how our services normally look. We have, obviously, had to change some of our processes and protocols to adjust to the ongoing global pandemic. For information about how our services are different, click here.
WHERE TO PARK/COME IN
We are located in the pine trees at 8300 Kanis Road. Watch for the St. Andrew’s sign. There’s plenty of parking for guests on the west (left) side of the sanctuary. Enter through the doors under the portico.
Get directions to our campus here.
WHAT TO WEAR
When you come to St. Andrew’s, dress as comfortably and casually, or as formally, as you like. Everyone is welcome to worship with us!
As you enter the Narthex, you’ll be warmly welcomed by one of our greeters. They can tell you more about our services, give you directions to the different Kingdom Life classes and tell you what is available for your children throughout the morning.
The Welcome Desk is located in the center of the Narthex. Blank name tags are available at the Welcome Desk and everyone (visitor and member alike) is encouraged to make and wear one. This helps us get to know each other. We also have a gift for you to welcome you to our community.
Feel free to grab a cup of coffee, tea or water and a few Shipley’s donut holes before you head into the sanctuary or to a class.
The 8:45 a.m. worship service is more traditional. The liturgy is followed in a printed program with a mixture of ancient and modern hymns. It is approximately 70 minutes in length.
The 11 a.m. worship service is more contemporary. The liturgy is followed on two projection screens with hymns set to modern accompaniment and the newest songs of praise. It is approximately 90 minutes in length.
Beginnings is our ministry to the youngest in our congregation. Age-appropriate classes are available throughout the morning for infants through preschoolers. Learn more about Beginnings here.
ENCOUNTER kids is our ministry for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. Kids in this age group worship with their families in the service. After the reading of the Gospel, they follow the cross out of the sanctuary for a creative time of worship designed specifically for them. They return to celebrate Holy Communion with their families. Learn more about ENCOUNTER kids here.