Financial Peace University

  • Posted on: 23 May 2015
  • By: Pastor

• Approximately 70% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, regardless of their income. This means that “broke” has become the new normal in our nation.
• At the end of the month, many individuals simply have nothing left because of debt and expenses. If this is you, I’ve got good news. You are not alone.
• You may be sitting there wishing you could get more financial margin in your life. If you’d like to take control of your money, then listen carefully.

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!

Preschool Open House

  • Posted on: 7 February 2017
  • By: Pastor

Are you looking for a great preschool program for your child? Come check out Little Lambs Preschool during our Open House on Saturday, Feburary 25th, from 10 a.m – 12 p.m. Come meet our staff, tour our facility, and make some new friends! All are welcome! See you there!

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?