Who Are We?
Posted February 7th, 2010 at 11:48 pm

If you are curious and have come to see. . .
If you are weary and have come to rest . . .
If you are grateful and have come to give thanks . . .
If you are hurting and have come for solace . . .
If you are listening and have come to pray. . .
If you are seeking and have come for answers. . .

YOU ARE WELCOME HERE!


At St. Andrew’s, we worship in the tradition of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA), a protestant denomination founded by Martin Luther, a mortal man who valued independence of thought and tried to teach that concept to others. Luther cherished the idea that God’s grace is a free gift for one and all, that God’s Spirit is on the move in the world, and that through that Spirit, we are to commit ourselves to work for peace and justice.

 

Nursery services are available during worship, however all ages are welcome to participate in worship, especially children. The Pastor also offers a message that is especially geared for younger children.

 

Our Sunday School is intentionally flexible and open, and the program is arranged so that each week stands alone. Any children who are at church are most welcome in Sunday School.


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