“All Are Welcome In This Place”

Weekly Worship Times

We are a community of faith:

We are honored to have you join us for worship.  We  continue to offer  in-person and online worship services. 
   Our prayer is that you’ll feel welcome here, and  hope that after you have visited our website and/or worshipped in-person or online with us, you will consider making St. Andrew’s your spiritual home.   
See the details below.

Saturday –  Our weekly Saturday 5:30pm Rite II worship service is held in-person  only.   
Sunday – We offer two (2) Sunday worship services, one at 8:00am (in-person only), and one at 10:00am (in-person and online.)
Sunday       8:00am  Rite 1 – no music

                        10:00 am Rite II with music
Online Worship Services are via   YouTube          

Please click here for links to our Current and previous Bulletins

Missed the service at 10am?  Head over to our website an hour after the service ends to watch it online.
Book of Common Prayer Online
Technology challenged?  If you are having any difficulty getting on Facebook or YouTube for these services, please email Michelle,  our office administrator,  or call the church @ 219-462-4946, and we’ll be happy to help you work through any challenges.
 Wednesday morning, 9:00 am at church
Book of Common Prayer  –The Book of Common Prayer is the primary symbol of our unity.  We who are many and diverse, come together in Christ through our worship, our common prayer. The prayer book, most recently revised in 1979, contains our liturgies, our prayers, our theological documents, and much, much more.
Act of Spiritual Communion  In addition to communion in the form of consecrated  bread and wine, our tradition recognizes communion with Christ in the prayerful desire to encounter him.
Litany Amidst the Covid-19 Outbreak – pray this Litany for those affected
Daily Prayer – offerings from Forward Movement, includes the Daily Office of Morning and Evening Prayer, along with Forward Day By Day daily meditation.
Prayer and Worship in Our Homes  – In an age of COVID-19, our inability to draw near to one another should not affect our ability to draw near to God. This free, multi-part course is designed for Christians to use this time of separation from one another as a time of drawing near to God.