Worship Archive

Thank you for visiting St. Andrew Lutheran Church’s Worship Archive. Below you can find the latest worship videos, sermon audio, and bulletins. You can use the yellow tabs above to sort by series, books of the Bible, preaching pastor, and date.

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Start Right Here | Part 3 (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Ephesians 2:19-22 Community lies at the heart of our faith and life together in the church. As we all seek a place to belong, we are reminded by God’s Word that we are “no longer aliens, but God’s people and members of God’s household.” We continue to recognize and celebrate how God is building us together into a holy place where God is living among us by his Spirit.

Start Right Here | Part 3 (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Ephesians 2:19-22 Community lies at the heart of our faith and life together in the church. As we all seek a place to belong, we are reminded by God’s Word that we are “no longer aliens, but God’s people and members of God’s household.” We continue to recognize and celebrate how God is building us together into a holy place where God is living among us by his Spirit.

Start Right Here | Part 2 (10:30 Blended)

Text: Psalm 150 As our Rally Days continue, we celebrate St. Andrew’s music ministry and, specifically, we give thanks and praise to God for Jan Maudlin’s many years of music ministry with the Canticle Choir. We praise God for his marvelous gift of music, of which Martin Luther said, “next after theology, I give to music the highest place and the greatest honor.”

Start Right Here | Part 2 (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Psalm 150 As our Rally Days continue, we celebrate St. Andrew’s music ministry and, specifically, we give thanks and praise to God for Jan Maudlin’s many years of music ministry with the Canticle Choir. We praise God for his marvelous gift of music, of which Martin Luther said, “next after theology, I give to music the highest place and the greatest honor.”

Start Right Here (9:00 AM Traditional)

Start Right Here Text: Joshua 24: 14-15 Like Jake and Elwood in the classic movie ‘The Blues Brothers”, we are ‘putting the band back together.’ And we, the church, like Jake and Elwood, are ‘on a mission from God.’ Join us on this first of three Rally Sundays where we will explore and celebrate all that St. Andrew has to offer this fall and beyond!

Hope (10:30 AM)

What’s the Point: Hope Text: Romans 12:9-12 God, through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, has given us ample reason to be “joyful in hope, patient in affliction, and faithful in prayer.”  As we wrap up our series, we examine Christian hope that is firmly rooted not in mere optimism that denies the reality of contemporary problems but in the truth of God’s love for us and for the all the world; a truth that changes everything.

Hope (9:00 AM)

What’s the Point: Hope Text: Romans 12:9-12 God, through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, has given us ample reason to be “joyful in hope, patient in affliction, and faithful in prayer.”  As we wrap up our series, we examine Christian hope that is firmly rooted not in mere optimism that denies the reality of contemporary problems but in the truth of God’s love for us and for the all the world; a truth that changes everything.

Community (10:30 AM)

What’s the Point: Community Text: Acts 2:42-47 In a time when so many people are experiencing such profound divisions, loneliness, and isolation, God’s gift of community is needed more than ever.  The story of the early church paints a compelling picture of what “doing life” together can look like and reinforces the need for a deeper experience of community that is so elusive today as social media gives a false sense of community in many ways.

Community (9:00 AM)

What’s the Point: Community Text: Acts 2:42-47 In a time when so many people are experiencing such profound divisions, loneliness, and isolation, God’s gift of community is needed more than ever.  The story of the early church paints a compelling picture of what “doing life” together can look like and reinforces the need for a deeper experience of community that is so elusive today as social media gives a false sense of community in many ways.

Generosity (10:30 AM)

What’s the Point: Generosity Text: 1 John 3:16-18 It’s easy to focus on ourselves and our own needs but God calls us to respond to the needs of the world around us. How is God calling us to live with a generosity that not only transforms the world around us but transforms us as well?

Generosity (9:00 AM)

What’s the Point: Generosity Text: 1 John 3:16-18 It’s easy to focus on ourselves and our own needs but God calls us to respond to the needs of the world around us. How is God calling us to live with a generosity that not only transforms the world around us but transforms us as well?

Forgiveness

What’s the Point: Forgiveness Text: John 21:15-17 Forgiveness is hard. But Christians have the best role model imaginable in the person of Jesus.  What’s the point of forgiveness if it doesn’t happen authentically enough for relationships to grow and thrive from that point forward? Peter learns that forgiveness from Jesus comes with a bonus: a reinstated measure of trust that helps to heal the relationship. What does this mean for us as people who need to both give and receive forgiveness?
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