Resources

We’ve collected some resources we think you might find helpful in your spiritual journey. Please note that most of these resources are on sites that we do not manage. We are not responsible for content on other sites, and they will have their own individual privacy policies. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Daily Devotions to Read

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The Upper Room and These Days

St. Andrew provides printed copies of these devotionals. Pick up a copy in the church Atrium.
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D365

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Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL

Daily Devotions to Listen To

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Max Lucado

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The Daily Audio Bible

Bible Readings

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Bible Reading Plans

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Books of the Bible – Brief Overviews

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Scriptures for comfort during grieving

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Lectio Divina (Prayerful Reading)

Lectio Divina is an ancient method for praying with the Bible, being open to hearing in the words of Scripture a personally enlivening and transforming word from God. Begin by choosing a brief passage of Scripture, and a place where you can be quiet and undisturbed in your prayer time. After you have taken a few minutes to quiet your mind, turn your attention to the passage you have selected.

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Prayer & Meditation

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Contemplative prayer

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Centering prayer

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Guided meditation

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Walking the Labyrinth

St. Andrew has a beautiful labyrinth at the southwestern corner of its campus, which is available for individual or group use.
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The Examen

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Praying in Color

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Daily Prayer App

Faith Formation at Home

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Praying before meals

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Praying in your car

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The Examen for Children

Sunday Worship

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Christmas Worship Services

Blue Christmas Worship
Wednesday, 12/15, at 6:30 p.m.

For many people, Christmas is a particularly difficult time as they remember the loss of loved ones and the other losses of life. While some rejoice at the delights of the Christmas season, others feel their pain more deeply. Gather with us in the Sanctuary to acknowledge all these losses, to grieve those who are no longer with us, to remind ourselves of the faith that sustains us through all of life, and to worship God who came to be with us and promises that even when we walk through the dark places, we have nothing to fear.

Two Christmas Eve Services

4 p.m. Family Service
Music, scripture, and a special children's message will focus on the young (and the young at heart) at St. Andrew's early Christmas Eve service. The service will last approximately 40 minutes. Childcare will be available.

7 p.m. Communion Service
We will welcome the coming of the Christ Child with music, scripture, a homily, and Communion. The service will end in candlelight. There will be no childcare available for this service