Prayer is vital to a strong, rewarding relationship with God. Prayer can be spoken, sung, written, or offered silently. We pray alone and in groups. God is available to us 24/7, and wants to hear our prayers. Prayer is central to the St. Andrew's faith community. We offer to pray for and with each other under many circumstances - in joy, sorrow, waiting, hoping.
The prayer room, which sits alongside the sanctuary, is available for individuals or small groups who want to gather in a sacred space to pray. On the bookshelves are Bibles and books of prayers for your use.
Prayers of Comfort
Pastor Sarah is available to pray with you in a time of concern or crisis, whether it is before a surgery, or in another time of need. Please call the church office or contact Pastor Sarah to request prayer.
Prayer requests are shared with the Prayer Team. It is a privilege for us to share your burdens, worries, joys and life milestones.
Healing Prayer (Once a month, during worship)
The opportunity for individuals to pray privately with a Pastor or a Deacon is offered as part of the worship experience. Worshipers are invited to leave worship briefly to receive private prayer, or to come to the front of the sanctuary to light a prayer candle.
Here are the local social justice organizations that we closely follow and participate with, whether individually or collectively.
Count Every Vote: Electoral Justice is Racial Justice
Hey Defend Democracy Coalition Folx and Friends,
Spread the word and start building momentum toward the event on Nov 4th.
We want to make sure we are providing you with what you need to spread the word about the coalition and the event on Nov 4th. We will be updating these materials as our available resources grow. All documents, messaging and images below are approved and can be shared widely.
Join us to stand up for Black lives, demand that every vote be counted, and defend our democracy.
Spread the word. Use our social media toolkit to start building momentum toward Nov 4th.