Welcome! We at St. Andrew's Church welcome you! Welcome! We at St. Andrew's Church welcome you!

Welcome!

For over 135 years, people have worshipped at St. Andrew’s Church. We are delighted that you have found our website. As Jesus welcomes everyone to his table, we invite you to explore our website and enter into the life and worship of St. Andrew’s in whatever way is most comfortable for you. You are most welcome here!

Worship services

Summer Sunday worship 8:00am Holy Eucharist Rite I (Masks optional unless Lincoln County is in RED) 10:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II (Masks optional unless Lincon County is in RED) The Rev. Karen Johnson will preach and celebrate at both Sunday services on August 14 and 21. Wednesday worship 10:00am Holy...

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Vestry Approved COVID-19 Policy as of 7/19/22

At each monthly meeting of the vestry, the members thoughtfully consider the best practices for St. Andrew’s for masking. The following was approved at July’s vestry meeting, effective immediately: Following the CDC risk categories of green (low transmission)/yellow (moderate transmission)/ red (high transmission) When Lincoln County is in the green...

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Marc Zoorob Fundraising Match

Give Recently we all have become aware of a local need that has remarkable international dimensions. Marc Zoorob has done very well at Lincoln Academy getting grades in his final year in the 90s in numerous Advanced Placement courses. He has been accepted at the University of Maine in Orono...

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Have you ever asked yourself why you come to church week in and week out? I once asked a group of adults this question and their answers were as varied as the people in the room. I wrote their answers down, and I still have the list: It is just...

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Of the four Gospels, the Gospel of Luke has the most to say about wealth, its effects on those who possess it, and what those with more than they need for basic necessities should do with their excess. Throughout this Gospel we see Jesus bringing hope and good news to...

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Very early on in my ordained life I preached a sermon on our Gospel passage for this morning that basically said, “persistence in prayer pays off.” My message was keep knocking and God will give you what you ask for. It wasn’t a very good sermon, and it was bad...

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