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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

About Our Church About Our Church

Image result for pcusa logoSt. Andrew's Presbyterian Church is an evangelical Presbyterian congregation within the Presbyterian Church (USA).  As such, it is a biblically-based church that seeks to know, love, and serve God as he has been revealed in the Word, incarnate and in Scripture, through the power of the Holy Spirit.  Its theology is in the Reformed tradition, accenting the sovereign plan of God and the need of all for the salvation provided in Jesus Christ's atoning death and victorious resurrection from the dead as applied by the Holy Spirit.  St. Andrew's is a diverse congregation, enriched in particular by members from and its relationship with the Presbyterian Church of Cameroon on the western shores of Africa.  We rejoice in the privilege of being a part of God's plan and people and invite all to come and learn more about God and the plan and purpose he has for each of us to have peace with him, peace with each other, and peace within through Christ. 

Mission Statement

St Andrews Presbyterian Church, a congregation of believers in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, pledges to share the love of GOD within our church family, the local community and the world. 

To this end, we shall....
- worship GOD through preaching of the Word, celebration of the Sacraments, prayer and music
 - project our Christian love by nurturing one another
 - witness the love of Christ to all the world.
Vision Statement
To be a church that boldly proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ, depends on the Holy Spirit, reflects the composition of the community and reaches out in partnership through ministries of love, caring, music and teaching to make and prepare disciples to love and serve the Lord.
We try not to take ourselves too seriously, but instead try to take seriously the Word and work of God in our lives.  Sometimes we can be a bit silly, as Cliff Wood so aptly demonstrated recently when he forgot his reading glasses and had to don a spare pair for reading Scripture!