St. Andrew’s provides various worship opportunities, allowing parishioners and guests to worship as they feel called. We blend a traditional liturgical approach with a comfortable and welcoming environment. While all of our worship services are interactive, individuals are invited to participate to the extent to which they are comfortable.
Holy Eucharist Rite I
8:30 AM - Traditional and contemplative
9:30 AM - Programs for all ages
9:15 AM to Noon
Nursery care is available for children, from infancy through 3 years old. Located to the right of the church's main entrance at the far end of the Oak Table Room, the nursery is staffed by experienced caregivers who have been trained in Safeguarding God's Children and the Montessori infant/toddler environment. Along with age appropriate classroom materials, we provide Seasons of the Spirit Bible stories and activities for toddlers.
Holy Eucharist Rite II
10:30 AM - Joyous and musical
Children are invited forward for a “child-friendly” sermon on most Sundays.
Rhythms of Grace
2 PM - An ecumenical worship experience designed for families who wish to worship together in a relaxed atmosphere of acceptance. For children and young adults who have difficulty in a traditional worship setting, this service is accepting of all behavioral and developmental differences. We follow the traditional order of service – gathering, hearing God’s word, response to the story, sharing the Eucharist, and going forth in peace. There is no need to call in advance, but if you have a particular need or any questions, please contact Lisa Puccio, Coordinator for Special Needs Worship, or Rev. Jimmy Grace.
Communion To Go
If you are unable to get to church because of health or mobility issues and would like to share Eucharist with your parish family, we offer Lay Eucharistic Visitors who are trained and ready to visit and bring our Holy Banquet to you. Contact The Rev. Carissa Baldwin-McGinnis to schedule a visit.
Advent & Christmas
Each year, we celebrate Christmas with special services for families on Christmas Eve. Later, our candlelight Eucharist is both spiritually moving and musically uplifting. Our Christmas day, Eucharist is joyful and relaxed as we celebrate Christ's birth.
Lent & Holy Week
St. Andrew’s also observes Lent and Holy Week with somber and celebratory worship. Beginning with two services on Ash Wednesday, the parish gathers weekly during Lent for centering mid-week programs. Holy Week is marked by services on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday (Stations of the Cross and Liturgy). Our Easter Sunday services, including a sunrise vigil, are beautiful and joyous as we celebrate Christ’s resurrection.