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We Care about Your Safety

Recently, the Centers for Disease Control issued new guidelines with regard to mask usage for indoor and outdoor settings, leading the Session to reevaluate our church’s policies for in-person worship beginning Sunday, May 30 at 10:00 am.

Please continue to monitor your emails, our website, and Facebook as we update our guidelines. 

What to Expect

Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church is a congregation made up of people with diverse backgrounds and unique experiences who find their unity in Jesus Christ. If you are seeking inspiring worship, warm relationships for all ages and outreach opportunities that make a positive difference in the community, we hope you will join us! Normally, we would invite you to attend a contemporary service at 9am or a traditional service at 11am.

Saint Andrews will return to in-person worship on Sunday, May 30 at 10:00 am for one service. Please click here to view our safey guidlines.

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Kids Are Always Welcome

We want your kids to grow their faith in God. Here at Saint Andrews, we have activities for kids of all ages every Sunday and throughout the year! Our children’s ministry program offers education, worship opportunities, Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, childcare and special events for infants through children in 5th grade.

As we open back up into in person worship, child care for children ages Pre-K and under will be available Sundays from 9:45 am-11:15 am. Information about Sunday activities for children older than Pre-K will be shared in an upcoming SAPC Kids email. If you have questions please reach out to our Director of Children’s Ministry. 

Get Connected

There are a variety of ways for you to get plugged in at Saint Andrews – from fellowship groups to outreach opportunities, find your perfect fit with us! We would love to get you connected.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I go as a visitor?

When you enter our church’s drive, you can tell we are a little different. So different, in fact, that the back of our church is really our front! Just follow our entry driveway and you’ll see our parking lot. There are marked spaces just for visitors – look for the signs. Once inside, you will be greeted by members who will be willing to answer any questions you may have.

How can I get involved at Saint Andrews?

Getting involved is easy! We have opportunities for people of all age groups on Sundays and throughout the year. There are fellowship groups, ministries, circles, committees and so much more. Check out our Ministry page to find out more.

How do I join Saint Andrews?

We ask that everyone interested in becoming a part of our church family, or just interested in learning more about the church, take a one-time membership class which is offered several times during the year. After completing the class, you will be accepted into membership by Session, the leadership body of the church, and will be introduced to the church during a worship service. For more information, contact Membership Coordinator Julie Cazin or call our office at 919-847-1913.

Can I have my wedding at Saint Andrews?

A Christian wedding is a sacred religious ceremony, a celebration of a relationship ordained by God. The Bible teaches us that the church is “the Body of Christ” and should be an integral part of the lives of believers. Any active member of Saint Andrews may be married in our sanctuary. Persons who are not members of Saint Andrews, but whose parents or grandparents are active members, may be married at Saint Andrews if the adult child is an active member of another church. For more information, contact Office Manager Cindy Ingalls or call our office at 919-847-1913.

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