Archives for December 2014

Fritts organ dedication celebrates music and master craftsmanship

Celtic Dancers Slider 2014

Youth Servers at the Celtic Faire Banquet 2014

Not one day, but twelve days of joy!

The Twelve Days of Christmas is much more than just the title of a song. It is a reminder that we continue to celebrate the birth of our Savior until the Feast of Epiphany on January 6, which commemorates the arrival of the Magi,  the wise men bringing gifts  from the great kingdoms of the East to the infant Jesus.

These twelve days mark a time to open our hands and our hearts to the gifts that God and our neighbors are offering us and also to acknowledge that accepting these gifts often requires us to accept change, to grow, to move in new directions in our service to God and to our neighbors.


St. Andrew’s is open to all for worship and fellowship every Wednesday at 12:00 noon, and every Sunday at 8:00 and 10:00 AM!

Please join us!



St. Andrew's to host homeless and at-risk families

St. Andrew's gathers this weekend to remember and to celebrate