January 28, 2020

 

Worship
9:30 am
Sundays
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Jan 26

Special Discussion

with Pastor 

Sara Lilja

of Lutheran Office

of Governmental

Ministry

9:30 am

Worship 

at 10:45 am

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Annual Meeting

Jan 26

12:30 pm

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Welcome!

Worship schedule through January - 1 service at 9:30 am

Jan 26 - Special discussion at 9:30; worship at 10:45 am 

St. Andrew is a friendly community of God's people and a congregation of the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), We are located in the Morris County community of Parsippany, NJ

 

We invite you to visit us to see how worship can be fun and reverent, friendly and introspective, nurturing and outward reaching.

 

Here you will be welcomed, no matter what your history has been.  Some of us have searched for answers, some of us were raised in Christian homes. Many of us were not raised as Lutheran Christians, but instead found in the Lutheran Church, and particularly at Saint Andrew, a life and community that filled our spiritual needs.

    

Here we are able to bring all of who we are to God, who forgives and gives new life.  St. Andrew has a long tradition of outreach and service to its members and the community. We hope you will join us on Sunday to experience for yourself the fellowship of Christ, as we seek to do God's Work, with Our Hands.


 

   
 

Please join us for Sunday worship


Worship Schedule through January
One service at 9:30 am
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335 Reynolds Ave.
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Office: (973) 887-6713

 
   


When you visit...

We look forward to meeting you.  Come as you are comfortable...our attire ranges from jeans and sneakers to those more comfortable in suits.  When you arrive you will be greeted by friendly people and an usher will offer you a bulletin which contains the entire service.  There are no hymnals to handle. 

 

First time visitors are encouraged to sit toward the middle or front as Holy Communion begins from the back and works forward.  In this way, you can see how Holy Communion is distributed and be more comfortable when you come to the altar.  After worship, we invite you to stay and chat with us over refreshments.  Be sure to sign our guest book before you leave.

 

St. Andrew is barrier-free and accessible to everyone.  There are no stairs anywhere to  impede your travel throughout the building.  In the summer, we are air-conditioned.  We hope to see you soon.  If you are interested in membership at St. Andrew, please speak to Pastor Fred.

 

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