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Christmas Eve Worship

(Click "READ MORE"  to find clickable links to all Christmas worship experiences) "For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord" - Luke 2:11 Everyone's Christmas is looking a little different this year.  Regardless of where you are on Christmas Eve we want folks to be away from crowds in the comfort and safety of your homes.   While we can't wait to be together in person next year, we want to provide you with a few ways to connect this year.    First, here is a link to our Family Service, a simple but intimate worship experience with Christmas readings,  music from our children and youth, and a special message for our children.  Take a few minutes to view this service for the young and young at heart.   https://youtu.be/QuE7VqW487s Next  is a  link to our Traditional Christmas Eve Worship from our sanctuary, including favorite Christmas carols, reading of the Christmas story, sermon, prayers, special music from our be

Christmas Pageants Past

Click here for pageant video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxpcR8CS9oc&feature=youtu.be Thanks to the recording of St. Andrew's member, Bob Terrio, the editing of our Director of Christian Education, Nicole Kruvczuk, and the help of staff, teachers, and families of Christmas past, here is our Christmas Pageant for 2020, memorable moments caught on camera at Christmas time at St. Andrew's over the last 20 years!  If you are new to St. Andrew's,  enjoy the fun and wonder of this treasured tradition. If you have been around for awhile, this is a chance to see children, grandchildren, friends, or maybe you!  Take time to enjoy this wonderful retelling of the birth of our Lord!

3rd Sun. In Advent Worship

Click for weekend worship https://youtu.be/lYhmoEXDMKA      "Joy to the world, the Lord is come!  Let earth receive her king; let every heart prepare him room and heaven and nature sing" This weekend, as we celebrate the Third Sunday in Advent, we are called, even in very challenging times, to see Christ in our midst and embrace his presence and promises with joy.   We are so grateful that you are joining us for this Advent journey as we prepare to welcome Christ in history (as a babe in a manger), in mystery (as he reveals himself in the Word and in our everyday lives). and in majesty (as he comes to make all things new).   

St. A's Worship: 2nd Sun. in Advent

Click for weekend worship: https://youtu.be/MmOOfOSD0jw    "In the wilderness prepare the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a highway for our God.  Every valley shall be lifted up and every mountain and hill be made low; the uneven ground shall become level, and the rough places a plain.  Then the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all peoples shall see it together, for the mouth of the Lord has spoken." - Isaiah 40:3-5 This weekend, as we celebrate the Second Sunday in Advent, Isaiah and John the Baptist, by the means of our assigned Bible texts, call us to see differently and prepare for God's transforming power in the wilderness places of our lives.  We are so grateful that you are joining us for this Advent journey as we prepare to welcome Christ in history (as a babe in a manger), in mystery (as he reveals himself in the Word and in our everyday lives). and in majesty (as he comes to make all things new).    Virus-free. www.avast