Worship is the central act in the life of faith. At St. Andrew’s we gather each week to celebrate God’s life in us, to offer thanksgiving for God’s many gifts, and to encounter the divine through sacrament and song. In worshipping together, we unite ourselves with others to share in God’s joyful presence, to hear and reflect upon God’s word, and to break the bread of Holy Communion.
Our principal worship gathering occurs on Sunday morning. Our 8:30am service is a quiet and contemplative service of Holy Eucharist, and our 10:00am service is a joyous liturgy that includes music led by our Minister of Music and our choir. Liturgy is the “work of the people,” so we encourage everyone to get involved, as singers, bell-ringers, instrumentalists, acolytes, readers, ushers, Altar Guild members, greeters, or even as the behind-the-scenes folks who make it all happen.