Mission

“When did I see you hungry or naked or lonely or in prison?”
“Whenever you did it to the least of these, you did it unto me.”
Matthew 25:40

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Engaging the World

Our Mission

Jesus Christ demonstrates by word and deed that we are to show compassion to all. We follow the call of Christ and the example of the early church to care for those both in our community of faith and in the world around us.

Our St. Andrew in Mission (SAIM) and Service Committees promote and coordinate the mission outreach of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, both locally and world-wide. These missions include financial support of many varied mission causes and hands-on service projects.

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There are many ways to serve. Look over the options below to see what your gift to God’s people might be.  

Food & Shelter

These are the various ways that we provide food and shelter for our neighbors in need. Explore the opportunities for you to help or support these works.

Body & Spirit

Whether it’s praying with the sick or providing practical care for those going through difficult life circumstances, here are the ways we support one another in body and spirit.

Especially for Children

We believe that children are very special, and these are some of the ways we help meet the needs of the children in our community and around the world.

“The congregation of St. Andrew welcomed my family and me fully and completely, and now we’re incredibly proud to be returning the favor. They have taken me a long way in my understanding of how to be one with Christ.”

Sunday Worship

Join us at 10:00 a.m.

Phone & Email

(757) 238-3550
ten.serpwerdnats@ofni

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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