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OPEN FLOWER DATES

February 7, May 8, May 29, June 26 are some of the available dates. Would you like to leave flowers in honor or in memory of someone special? Check the Flower Chart at the 15th Street entrance or call Pat Owen in the church office (762-9693).

All-Saints-Day

Remembrance Services

This Sunday, November 1st, All Saints Day, we pause to remember our fellow members who now live eternally with God. May the hope of the resurrection along with the prayers of the church bring comfort to those who mourn. Hear our prayers for those beloved members who ran with perseverance the race that was set more »

All-Saints-Day

Remembrance Services

This Sunday, November 1st, All Saints Day, we pause to remember our fellow members who now live eternally with God. May the hope of the resurrection along with the prayers of the church bring comfort to those who mourn. Hear our prayers for those beloved members who ran with perseverance the race that was set more »

Charter Member Recognition

During Traditional Worship services Sunday, October 25th, we honor the former members of St. Andrews and Church of the Covenant who united on June 1, 1944 to form St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church. Church of the Covenant: James R. Benson, Claire Hughes, Isabelle Jewell, Wilbur D. Jones, Jr., Gladys McIver, and Mildred McIver St. Andrews: Richard more »

Charter Member Recognition

During Traditional Worship services Sunday, October 25th, we honor the former members of St. Andrews and Church of the Covenant who united on June 1, 1944 to form St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church. Church of the Covenant: James R. Benson, Claire Hughes, Isabelle Jewell, Wilbur D. Jones, Jr., Gladys McIver, and Mildred McIver St. Andrews: Richard more »

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From the Cross: The Last Words of Our Dying Lord

We have begun a 10-week sermon series that will take us through Ash Wednesday, through Lent, and all the way to Palm Sunday and Holy Week. The first three sermons focus on the meaning and place of the cross of Jesus in the Christian faith. The final seven sermons then focus on the seven things more »