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Worship for December 24, 2013

We invite you to worship with us and feel the warm welcome of the people at St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church. 4 pm: Location: Sanctuary Traditional Candlelight Communion with SA-C Chorale and Flute 12-24-13-4pm Candlelight Communion with SA-C Chorale and Flute Worship Bulletin 5 pm: Location: Brown Hall Contemporary Christmas Pageant and Candlelight Service 12-24-13-5pm Contemporary more »

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Saints Alive for December 23

This week’s issue of Saints Alive is now available! Download it here!!! We are working to make all Saints Alive content available on the website in our Saints Alive feed, as well as provide you online access to the printed version you receive on Sunday mornings. No matter how you access Saints Alive, we hope you more »

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Worship for December 24, 2012

We invite you to worship with us and feel the warm welcome of the people at St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church. 4 pm: Location: Sanctuary 12-24-12- Candlelight Communion Worship Bulletin 5 pm: Location: Brown Hall “Let There Be Light” by the Reverend Steven E. Hein 12-24-12- Family Worship Service Bulletin 7:30 pm: Location: Sanctuary 12-24-12- Candlelight more »

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Worship for December 23, 2012

We invite you to worship with us and feel the warm welcome of the people at St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church. Traditional Services: Time: 8:30 & 11:00 AM Location: Sanctuary “They Were Singing Mary’s Song” by The Reverend Steven E. Hein 12-23-12- Traditional Worship Bulletin Contemporary Service: Time: 10:50 AM Location: Brown Hall “They Were Singing more »

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Christmas Joy Offering

The Christmas Joy Offering will be received on Sunday, December 23rd and Christmas Eve. This special offering not only helps support future leaders of the church, they also provide for those seeking rest after lives in service to God and the church. After retiring the Rev. Richard Terry and his wife, Virginia, took up residence more »

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Advent is Nigh…

Wreaths and garlands add to the beauty of the worship spaces during the Advent season. The congregation has the opportunity to purchase decorations in memory or in honor of a special person. Those interested may use the white envelopes in the pew racks prepared for this use or contact Barbara Burdett in the Church Office more »

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The Chrismon Tree

This tradition originated in the Lutheran Church of the Ascension in Danville, VA in 1957, and its use is now widespread. The evergreen tree reminds us of the never-ending life that is ours through our Savior’s birth, death and resurrection. And notice that the ornaments on the tree are all white and gold, and in more »

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Children’s Christmas Eve Pageant

“Traditionally here at St. Andrews-Covenant, the 5 pm Contemporary Service on Christmas Eve is focused on families with young children. Bags containing items helping to tell the Christmas story will be distributed to each family during the service. In addition, a simple Christmas pageant will presented. If your child would like to participate in this simple more »