Three services are offered every
During the summer, we eliminate the 11 a.m. Sunday service.
Also please know that children are welcome at all services at St. Andrew's
This traditional service is preceded by quiet organ music and a period of silence. After an opening hymn, our organist departs to prepare for the other services of the morning. We alternate weekly between Rite I (the more traditional language) and Rite II (the more contemporary language) versions of the Holy Eucharist.
This service is particularly appropriate for children, and we hope that those of you with children will find this to be a very special family time. The service and most of the music are contained in a separate notebook, and parents are encouraged to help their children follow the service and to participate in singing the lively hymns and service music. The music is led by the Spirit Choir, accompanied by guitarists, keyboard and percussion.
This service regularly features a Children's Sermon. Children are invited to come up to the front of the church and be seated near the altar. These sermons are always very interactive, and both children and adults love them. On the first Sunday of the month, there may be an adult sermon. On that Sunday the children go out for a special children's activity. Because of the number of children who participate in this service, there may be more of a "joyful noise" at this service than at others. We celebrate the sounds of all of God's children! Come join us and "Catch the Spirit!"
This celebration of the Holy Eucharist features our magnificent pipe organ with antiphonal division. The Chancel Choir performs a wide range of music from classic to contemporary and Gospel. The service is usually Rite II.
For those who wish to use it, nursery care for children under the age of 3 is available
during the Sunday 9:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services during the school year,
as well as during coffee hours and Christian education.
St. Andrew's also offers a celebration of the Holy Eucharist and healing service on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.