Easter Sunday

  • Posted on: 28 February 2014
  • By: Pastor

This year, don't lose sight of what really matters about the holidays. Let all the distractions fade into the background and focus on Christ this Easter. God sent his Son to be the Savior of all people. Jesus died to win forgiveness for us, and on Easter he rose from the dead to make us right again with God. We invite you as our guest for uplifting worship, a message of hope, and hearts focused on Christ.

Easter Sunrise Worship - 6:30 AM
Easter Breakfast - 7:00 AM
Easter Day Worship - 9:00 AM

Easter Sunday is April 16th this year. Don't miss it!


Easter Egg Hunt

  • Posted on: 13 March 2017
  • By: Pastor

This “Eggs-citing” event is open to all area families and features free activities geared for children who are age 10 and younger.
Families attend together to enjoy the events.

Egg Hunts will be conducted outside (rain, snow or shine). There are egg hunts for age groups of 0-3, 4-6 and 7-10. Children are welcome to bring Easter baskets to collect their eggs, or they may use one of the plastic bags that are provided.

Activities at the event will also include hearing the Easter story, Easter crafts, snacks / refreshments, and more. We invite you to come.


Midweek Lent Services

  • Posted on: 7 February 2017
  • By: Pastor

This year for our Lenten meditations we are going to be focusing on turn to Jesus as we take some special tome for meditation and prayer together this season. There will be a short devotion and prayers as we seek to contemplate sin, death, and appreciate all the more the victory of Jesus’ empty cross and tomb.

Ash Wednesday this year is Wednesday, March 1st. We pray that you can join us during these Wednesdays throughout Lent, either at 4:30 or at 7:00. There will be a supper served in between the services. Invite friends and family, too!

History of St. Andrew's

  • Posted on: 28 October 2013
  • By: Pastor

The congregation of St. Andrew's Lutheran Church was organized by eleven members on June 22, 1947.  During the first years in which they gave glory to God, services were conducted in the basement of a home, in rented halls, and in the present church basement.  These humble facilities served as places of worship during the initial ten years of the congregation.

What We Believe

  • Posted on: 20 October 2013
  • By: Pastor

John 3:16 has been called the gospel in a nutshell—and for good reason. In that one verse we're told all that we need to know for our salvation. God loves us. He sent his Son to die for us. Believe it. So why do we need any further statements of belief?