Sixth Sunday in Pentecost
July 12, 2020
-- IMPORTANT NOTICE --
Dear Members, Friends and Visitors to Lutheran Church of the St. Andrew,
We take seriously our role in setting an example of care for our neighbors in this time of public health concern. We have made changes to our worship schedule and meetings. Please see our changes below.
Know that if you have any needs, prayer requests, or are able to help, you can reach us by:
Phone: 615.794.1624 (Church) or 615.538.8135 (Pr. Museus Dabay)
OUR WORSHIP SERVICES
DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING PREVENTATIVE CHANGES IN OUR WORSHIP UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Please join us for worship anytime after 8:30AM in your homes by clicking the link
Children's Sunday School at 10AM
You can join at 10AM on Sundays by clicking this link. If you are logging in via phone or app, use the meeting ID 853 4770 3491.
Sunday School Bible Study - Sundays at 11:15AM
All are welcome to get together and study the readings for worship by clicking this link. If you are logging in via phone or app, use the meeting ID 900-156-731.
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Thank you for sharing your time, talents, and treasure through St. Andrew Church!
“The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all.”
We hear these words every Sunday at St. Andrew. Various elements of our worship service originated from the Bible ages ago – our greeting comes from 2 Corinthians 13:13. As the annotation for this verse in The New Oxford Annotated Bible says: “the grace of Christ expresses and leads one toward the love of God, and the love of God when actualized through the Spirit, produces communion with God and with one another.” To be graced by Christ with the love of God through the Spirit so that we live in communion with God and with one another is the purpose of Christian worship. “Be with you all” means we are called to welcome everyone in the name of Jesus, absolutely everyone.
You can learn more about us from our website, and we hope you will explore it. We also hope you will worship with us and give us the privilege of learning more about you.