Worship at St. Andrews

Greetings to all of you in Jesus’ name!
We give thanks to God that He watches over His word and makes sure it continues to bring about His plan and purpose for our lives. God does still have the whole world in His hands. While we do and will continue to experience trials in this world, we rejoice that Jesus has overcome the world (John 16:33).
As we take in your feedback and adjust to changing regulations, we are planning to return to a more normal form of worship beginning this Sunday.
On Sunday, June 28th, and continuing to our next announcement, we will have:
  • 8:15 Traditional Worship
  • 9:30-10:30 Communion for high-risk households in the courtyard
  • 10:45 Contemporary Worship
  • Both services will be Livestreamed for those unable to attend.
What can you expect?
  • As with the last few weeks, our gathering size will be limited to about 70 participants, necessitating you sign up online for a worship serviceSign up HERE.
  • We ask that if you are a group of one or two people and have been spending time with another one or two from church, thus functioning as a household, that you sign up on one reservation. This will enable us to allow more people to gather together as we reserve slots in the pews (households), not numbers of people.
  • Masks will be worn by all participants (though speakers and lead singers will not wear masks while they speak or sing).
  • Temperatures will be checked on all who enter at the hand-sanitizing station set up outside.
  • The child care room will be closed at this time and worship bags will not be available.
  • Worship services will last for about an hour, finishing with communion.
  • The facility will be cleaned between services
Please remember that as we gather we can not guarantee your safety during a pandemic. You have to evaluate your own risk, pray, and decide accordingly. We will continue to offer online worship and household communion for those more concerned, and increase our opportunities for gathering for those less so. May we love and respect each other and continue to pray for God’s mission to continue forward during this season of our lives.
God’s peace to all of you!
Pastor Dan

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