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.


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.


Featuring a live band with an alternative sound and an expansive video wall, our contemporary service reaches all generations looking to worship and engage with God in a new way.

Service Times

5:30 p.m., Smith Worship Center

9:30 & 10:50 a.m., Sanctuary
Traditional - Watch Live

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

Current Worship Series

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The world is full of people with vision. Everyone from CEOs and personal trainers to tech leaders and bloggers promote visions and the concept of naming vision.

There is value in the concept. Vision is powerful. The root of the word “see” literally means to follow with the eyes. We follow after what we envision. Our life decisions fulfill the images of the future we see in our mind, and a poor vision of the future can have destructive consequences.

As followers of Jesus, though, our vision is different than what the world offers. Individual and corporate visions are easily misguided and too fragile to thrive unless connected to God’s grand vision for the world.

The Bible tells the story of God’s singular vision for humankind, which has lasted from Abraham to David to Jesus and will continue through to the end of all things as described in Revelation. It is a promise of the restoration of God’s creation and our place in it.

Our question as a church, as institutional and family leaders, and as individuals is, whose vision do you see? This is the only vision worth seeing, and in the end it alone will be fulfilled.