Worship with St Andrew’s.
Worship is an integral part of our relationship with God. Please, come as you are, and join us at any of our regular services.
Sunday Eucharist at 8:00AM
A quieter service without music
(Followed by Coffee Hour upstairs in the Canterbury Room, including our Wired Word Discussion Group)
Sunday Eucharist at 10:00am (w/music)
with Sunday School during the first half of the service every Sunday except the first Sunday of the month. Nursery care is also available on the ground floor but all children are welcomed to the entire service if they prefer to stay with you in worship.
(Followed by Coffee Hour upstairs in the Canterbury room)
Wednesday Healing Eucharist at 5:30pm in the Chapel (ground floor)
Including Anointing with Healing Oil (October - May)
Susquehanna Convocation Services
The churches in our convocation take turns hosting the Easter Vigil each year.
In the summer we have had a Sunday Eucharist at Knoebel’s Amusement Park -- a new tradition we hope to continue!
About our worship style:
St Andrew’s Church offers a traditional service including Holy Eucharist every week. We use the 1979 Book of Common Prayer and Enriching Our Worship liturgies.
The liturgical style of our church is open and relaxed yet liturgical. The services are led by our Rector and Lay Readers read lessons from Old and New Testament. Prayers are also included for the congregation, the community, the country and the world. We use many resources and translations for the lessons, psalms, and prayers of the people,
An important part of our worship service is the Passing of Peace. At this time in our service we joyfully greet all who are worshiping with us. It is a time for us to reach out and energetically share a warm welcome, a kind word and a heartfelt smile with each other!
Service continues with The Eucharist, a time when all who are hungry for God are welcomed to God’s table to be fed. The congregation comes forward to receive the bread and the wine from the rail. The Rector sends us forth with a blessing and we head upstairs to the parish hall for coffee and refreshments.