Palm Sunday

This Weekend in Worship

Easter Series: Palm Sunday

“Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem stirs emotions that should not be denied. It is a moment filled with possibility. The thought of what might be exhilarated all who followed Jesus. Might this be the king who would deliver them from the Romans? Who would return all the children of God who had been scattered abroad? This was the moment on which the wheel of history would turn. Either God’s kingdom would be established on earth, or the people’s hope would be forever shattered.” – R. Alan Culpepper

9:30 AM | Dr. Scott Engle | Traditional
10:50 AM | Rev. Robert Hasley | Traditional
10:50 AM | Bishop Scott J. Jones | Contemporary

Next Series | Easter Series

In ancient culture, conquering rulers rode into town on a high horse, a war steed of the best line, to make sure the commoners knew who was in charge. Jesus instead chose a donkey, a meek animal. He wasn't above the people, but on eye level, a symbol of foolishness to those in charge, but an image of salvation for a higher kingdom.

Holy Week and Easter Worship
Service Times

Easter Week

Maundy Thursday  |  March 29 | 7:00 p.m., Sanctuary
Remembering the Last Supper with bread and cup
(childcare available)

Good Friday  |  March 30 | 7:00 p.m., Traditional with
Orchestra and Choir, Sanctuary | 
Remembering the sacrifice
on the 
cross with a service of darkness
(Childcare available)

Easter Weekend | March 31 & April 1

March 31  |   5:30 p.m. | Traditional with Brass and Choir, Sanctuary (childcare provided in the Parlor for children ages 4 and older and room 10 in the nursery for children under age 4)

April 1  |  7:00 a.m. | Sunrise led by Students, Meditation Garden

8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. | Traditional with Brass and Choir, Sanctuary  (childcare provided in the nursery for all ages at each hour; classroom info listed at the kiosks)

8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. | Contemporary, Smith Worship Center (childcare provided in the nursery for all ages at each hour; classroom info listed at the kiosks)

Who We Are

Like our namesake the apostle Andrew, we love to invite and connect others to Jesus, and to take risks in faith that grow God's kingdom. 

We are a church that welcomes the skeptic, works to strengthen the family, and is committed to being externally focused and evangelistic. We desire to impact the world in community through service and witness.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

March 31, 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Come join the fun! Bounce houses, petting zoo, pony rides and more.

Prayer Vigil

Prayer Vigil

Beginning March 29th following Maundy Thursday service, 24 hours a day until Easter Sunrise service

Join us any time between the Maundy Thursday service March 29th and Easter Sunrise April 1, for a round-the-clock prayer vigil in Festival Hall.

Welcome Team Luncheon

Welcome Team Luncheon

March 25, Noon, Piro Hall

Serve team members and those interested in ushering, greeting, and other opportunities - join us for lunch as we discuss the future of this ministry.


Being in community with other Christians is critical to your spiritual growth. Whether you are interested in children, students, adults or families, new or a long-time member, you can find a place to connect. Take the next step in your faith journey by getting more involved.

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In Jesus, God became one of us, and through the Holy Spirit is active in the world, changing hearts and lives. The ripple effect of each person making his and her unique contribution is resulting in a revolution of Christ’s love being felt in tangible, life-changing ways.

Whether you can volunteer each week or only a few hours every once in a while, consider making the kind of impact that only you can make. Your life and this world will never be the same!