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Membership Classes

St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church invites you to commit your life to the Lord Jesus Christ by becoming a member of our congregation.  The Session will receive new members during the summer months upon request.  Those interested in membership should phone Robert Lapp (762-9693 ext. 215) or email . The next series of membership classes will occur on September 8th, more »

Worship

Worship for March 10, 2013

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 “What is God Like?” by The Reverend Robert H. Lapp 03-10-13- Traditional Worship Bulletin Contemporary Service: Time: 10:50 AM Location: Brown Hall “What is God Like?” more »

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Stephen Ministry

 As Christians it is our duty to be watching and listening to people around us, recognizing when they have needs for care. If you find someone with a need, listen and care. If you find the need is something greater than you can provide, tell the person about Stephen Ministry and put him or her more »

Associate Pastor

The Very Best Gifts…

Dear friends, Presbyterian pastor, Keith Cook, tells the story of one Christmas morning when he and his wife heard a knock on their bedroom door. They weren’t surprised. They knew their boys would be pushing for them to get up so the gifts could be opened. What did surprise them was that their two oldest more »

PCUSA

Reformation Sunday

On this Reformation Sunday, October 30th, it is good to be reminded of our historical faith. We, as Presbyterians, hold fast to the central beliefs of all Christians including the mystery of the Trinity and the incarnation of the Word of God in Jesus Christ. We also believe the affirmations of the Protestant Reformation that more »