Compassion is at the heart of the Christian gospel – God’s compassion for us, which was most powerfully expressed in the gift of his son, Jesus.
Compassion is the natural heart expression for the church seeking to live out the grace of Christ. At St. Andrew’s, we are astonished at the ways in which we find God calling and equipping us to live out the healing mercy and tender goodness of our Lord.
Supports for Personal Growth
Concerns are upheld in prayer by a group of intercessors each Tuesday at 10:30 am. Please make your needs known by filling out the blue slip in the pew pocket or by calling the church office. Prayer partners are available after our services. Weekday one on one prayer times with the pastor or elders are available by request.
The bible is complicated! Scripture Union Bible guides offer resources designed to suit various ages and needs. Contact the church office for more information.
Life is hard! Individual, marital, and family counseling is important and available for people at all ages and stages of life. A person-oriented, Christ-centered, pastoral counseling approach is offered to persons within the church and beyond.
Marriage ain’t easy! Premarital counseling is provided for couples marrying through St. Andrew’s to help them begin marriage on a firm foundation.
People die! Grieving is never easy, nor does it have to be done alone. If you require support and assistance, help is only a phone call away.
Historically, the church provided resting-places for the dead in or around local buildings of worship as a continuing witness of our confident hope in the risen life that is found in Jesus Christ.
The Memorial Garden Columbarium of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church reclaims this ancient practice with its the spirit of dignity and reverence for loved ones at rest within the communion of saints. The Memorial Garden Columbarium is located within our Prayer Garden in the northeast corner of our property.
May their souls and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God in Christ Jesus, rest in peace.
If you are in need of a visit, or know someone who is, contact the church office. firstname.lastname@example.org