The Jesus Way
Through February 28 / March 1
God has extended all of us an invitation to salvation. The invitation was made personally through Jesus, and its message is found consistently throughout scripture as a testimony of what God has done for us and who we are called to be because of it. As Christians, we are called to invite others on this journey as well, but in order for us to do that, we have to know why the invitation is necessary and what it means. We often misunderstand salvation, thinking of it as a one-time event rather than a process that began before we were born and continuing into eternity. That is the gift that everyone needs, and we have to figure out how not only to tell the story, but how to make St. Andrew into a place where people, when they walk in from the outside, are able to find Jesus here.
“It’s all about Grace”
Rev. JoNell Lindh
Sin can seem overwhelming, but it washes away in the amazing light of God’s grace. Oftentimes, the truth of God’s grace becomes clear to us only in the clear light of grace that we’ve been given by someone in our lives. Have you ever been the recipient of surprising grace from someone?
5:30 p.m., Smith Worship Center
The Saturday evening service features traditional Christ-centered, biblically-based sermons, along with a relaxed atmosphere and casual dress. You will experience a variety of worship music from various ensembles, soloists, and instrumentalists. Saturday night is truly alive at St. Andrew!
“Where Grace Abounds”
Rev. Robert Hasley
The Jesus Way is the way of “unmerited favor” called grace. It is tempting and all too common for us to look at other people and see folks who really need God’s grace, not realizing that we are all sinners and in dire need of God’s unmerited favor.
8:00 a.m., Festival Hall
Jump start your day with the Early Service. Relevant, Bible-centered worship blends traditional and contemporary elements. Communion is served every Sunday. Let your spirit be renewed in this intimate and spiritual gathering.
11:00 a.m., Sanctuary
This progressive-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.
“Changed by Grace”
Rev. Arthur Jones
Basic principle: Everyone can be changed by God. You do not know a single person that is beyond God’s reach. Even the worst of us humans and the worst part of our lives can be changed by grace.
9:09 & 10:39 a.m., Smith Worship Center
The Well is a contemporary worship experience at St. Andrew. We are a family-friendly, alternative sounding, visually engaging community seeking to live like Jesus. The Well is a community of people worshiping the same God, but in a new way. Click here for more information.
“Sin is Real But So is Grace”
Dr. Scott Engle
The darkness in the human heart afflicts us all. Yes, something is wrong with us that we cannot repair. But grace is also real. And in the end, grace wins. Love wins. God wins. The incarnation is the supreme act of God’s grace, enabling all who trust in Jesus before all else to be restored to a right and good relationship with the Creator and Sustainer of all things.
9:30 a.m., Sanctuary
This is a Christ-centered worship experience built on a foundation of engaging biblical teaching. The Chancel Choir and other ensembles lead the powerful worship music.