WORSHIP


Robert Hasley

At St. Andrew, we believe that our faith in Christ is real, practical and life changing. Each weekend features two styles of worship services, traditional and contemporary. All services contain both engaging music and a message encouraging the transformative life that exists in Christ.

We hope that you come and worship with us as we connect with the God that made us and as we connect with one another. You do not have to be perfect to come here. None of us are – but we do expect God to work with you once you are here. As you begin to call this church home, join us in our mission of becoming passionate servants of Jesus Christ.


Traditional

This traditional worship experience is designed for people of all ages and in all stages of their faith journeys. Powerful music from the Chancel Choir, music ensembles and inspirational, engaging sermons combine to give glory to God and witness to our hope in Jesus Christ.


Contemporary (The Well)

The Well is a contemporary worship experience at St. Andrew. Featuring a live band with an alternative sound and an expansive video wall, The Well reaches all generations looking to worship and engage with God in a new way.

Service Times

SATURDAY
5:30 p.m., Smith Worship Center
Traditional

SUNDAY
9:30 & 10:50 a.m., Sanctuary
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9:30 & 10:50 a.m., Smith Worship Center
Contemporary - Watch Live


Current Worship Series

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The ideals of America were founded on a bold idea: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.”  These words sparked a revolution that overthrew the greatest military might of the 18th century, and inspired the French to their revolution of “liberty, equality, and fraternity.” These ideals are not accidental – they are God-given. The only way that unalienable rights exist is by claiming that there is something that can endow unalienable rights. The problem is that the American dream (and the dream of a secular freedom) is not necessarily synonymous with the dream of God (otherwise known as heaven, or the kingdom of God.) In this series we look at the core values of our country and we see how God is using America for good and also how God might be leading us to something more than the American dream; more than merely pursuing happiness.


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