“All Are Welcome In This Place”

Weekend Worship

We are so glad that you are thinking about joining us for worship!
Please Note:  (Oct. 2020) At. this time we are offering both in-person worship on Saturday evening, Sunday morning, and Wednesdays,  along with online worship on Sunday morning and Wednesday.  Morning Prayer is held on our Facebook page on Mondays thru Thursdays at 9:00am.  To slow the spread of the Coronavirus, our Safety Ministry Team has a detailed list of protocols that are honored for the safety of all who worship with us.  Please click here for our schedule of online worship services and bible studies.

crucifix 2006

St. Andrew’s offers three opportunities for worship each weekend:
•The 5:30p.m. service on Saturday is a Rite II Eucharist;
•At 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, the service is a Rite I service. This service is quiet and contemplative. Following this service is a brief time of fellowship in the Gathering Space.
•The 10:00am service on Sunday is a Rite II Eucharist, with a choir and traditional hymns sung throughout the service. A time of fellowship follows this service.
•Solemn High Mass with Incense and Anglican Chant is normally held when there is a the 5th Sunday of the month at the 8am & 10:00am services.

Don’t worry if you’ve never been to an Episcopal worship service.  Printed worship bulletins include the entire service and the words and music for any hymns. This makes it easy for anyone to follow along with our worship.  Also, don’t worry about what to wear.  God looks at the interior of our heart, not the exterior of our clothing!
Receiving Communion at St. Andrew’sMance, Jack & Bev Houser 2006
Holy Communion is offered weekly at each of our weekend worship services and all baptized Christians are welcome, and encouraged, to receive communion.  Communion at St. Andrew’s is given out at the rail surrounding the altar. Communicants may kneel or stand at the rail, and may receive the wine either by drinking from the chalice or by dipping the wafer into the wine (intinction). If you desire to take only the bread (host), cross you arms across your chest after receiving it and you will not be offered the chalice of wine. If you do not wish to receive any communion, but wish to receive only a blessing from the priest, again, cross your arms over your chest before the host is given.

Please click here to read a message from our Diocesan Bishop RE: the Coronavirus and Holy Communion. 
Nursery Care for Children

Nursery care is lovingly and professionally offered from 9:15 a.m.—11:15 a.m.  Our loving staff has been trained in child safety and take seriously your child’s security.
Food & Fellowship
After our weekly 8am & 10am Sunday services, and after the 5:30pm service on the first Saturday of the month, you are invited to join us for refreshments and fellowship.  We gather after the service for light refreshments and to chat together, and we hold a potluck meal after the 10am service quarterly when we invite everyone to bring a dish to share! St. Andrew’s is known for our gift of hospitality, so we hope you come and enjoy getting to know us.
Our next potluck meal will be determined at a future date.