Dirty Jobs

This Weekend in Worship

Seeds: Dirty Jobs

Our understanding of fruit has become detached from the garden. Like Cain in Genesis 4, we’re removed from the soil. We act like the purpose of fruit is consumption. As disciples of Jesus, we’re called to cultivate “fruits of the Spirit” - but the purpose of God’s fruit in us isn’t just to eat, but also to till new soil with the good news of Jesus Christ. In fact, it is the measure of untilled land which marks the inauguration of God’s kingdom. How dirty are your hands?

8/25/2018 | 5:30 PM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Traditional
9:30 AM | Dr. Scott Engle, Rev. Arthur Jones | Traditional
9:30 AM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Contemporary
11:00 AM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Contemporary

Current Series | Seeds

While growth is good, it isn’t an end to itself, but the result of a life spent in the dirt, seeding and sowing. The biblical story begins in the dirt of Eden’s garden and ends in the garden city of God’s kingdom. God has designed us to live and work in the garden, tending and tilling. We’re made of dirt and for dirt. This combination of keeping and creating is a right way of understanding Creation and our work within it. Just as the purpose of fruit Is both joyous feasting and regenerative planting, our purpose is to both enjoy God’s gifts and nurture the presence of Jesus in the world.

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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Church One Groundbreaking

Church One Groundbreaking

August 26, outside Smith Worship Center

Don’t miss this opportunity to be the founding members for the next 30 years of St. Andrew. Come to the ChurchOne Groundbreaking.

Travel Ministry: Information Meeting, River Cruise on the Rhine

Travel Ministry: Information Meeting, River Cruise on the Rhine

August 8, 6:30 p.m., Piro Hall 

All are welcome to learn more about this trip to see the beautiful and historic castles and Unesco World Heritage sites in 4 countries on a river cruise on the Rhine.

All Church Fair

All Church Fair

August 26, 10:30 a.m. and Noon, Church Campus

 After the 9:30 and 11:00 hours, enjoy food stations, information booths, and games throughout the main 1st floor level of the church campus.

Connect

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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ChurchOne Phase 2

We took the next step in the future of St. Andrew! By approving construction and renovation of Phase 2 of our Master Plan, we will see massive improvement in key areas of our church.

Spark Tank 2018 | Operation Kindness

Operation Kindness serves the homeless animal population in DFW. In this Spark Tank project, it was their staff's turn to be served.

Serve

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!