Our podcasts are designed for the varying life stages, joys, and challenges we face in everyday life. We hope your more closely connect with God and our community, and extend your worship throughout the week.

The Great Divorce Podcast

Join Rev. Arthur Jones, and Forrest Pool, COO with St. Andrew in Plano, Texas as they unlock the mysteries of one of C.S. Lewis's most interesting and significant works, The Great Divorce.

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View additional study materials here @ www.standrewumc.org/thegreatdivorce

Lift: A Parenting Podcast

In Lift, we ask questions about family and faith. Our discussions, led by Associate Pastor Kim Meyers, guide each of us to finding our rhythm and creating space for God in our home.

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Submit Your Lift Podcast Questions

Have a question or topic you'd like our team to discuss on Lift? Fill out the below form and your question may be answered on a future podcast!

The Vestry

Listen to our weekly behind-the-scenes podcast with Taylor Davis and Josh Miller, Directors of Traditional and Contemporary Music and Worship Arts, to learn the purpose behind the planning and implementation of musical content. Episodes drop each Thursday prior to the upcoming weekend’s worship services.

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Our sermon audio and video is uploaded each week for you to reflect on messages throughout the week.

Audio: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/audio-sermons/id992896407

Video: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/video-sermons/id992897041

For software other than iTunes, You may cut and paste the following links into your favorite podcast software.

Audio: https://www.standrewumc.org/podcast/audio

Video: https://www.standrewumc.org/podcast/video

Dr. Scott Engle

In addition serving as Teaching Pastor at St. Andrew on weekends, Dr. Scott Engle leads weekday Bible study classes. In these weekday classes, Scott has begun a study on Revelation. "Whenever I teach Revelation, my hope is that people will come to see that it was meant to encourage and comfort persecuted believers, not to terrify them or us," Scott says.

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