Amazing Grace

This Weekend in Worship

Grace: Amazing Grace

We now seem to live in a “cancel culture” in which people may be banned from society for saying something objectionable. Yet we are all flawed. The problem begins with our understanding of sin. Many of think, deep down, that we’re really okay and just need a little help. But it is only when we understand the reality of sin that we can experience the power of the grace of God that is at the center of Christian existence.

10/19/2019 | 5:30 PM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Traditional
10/20/2019 | 9:30 AM | Dr. Scott Engle, Rev. Arthur Jones | Traditional
10/20/2019 | 9:30 AM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Contemporary
10/20/2019 | 11:00 AM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Contemporary

Next Series | Grace

To understand Wesleyan theology, we need to understand the Wesley story. John and Charles Wesley had a standard approach to their ministry. They would enter a rural, English town square with an entourage of 20-30 friends, singing songs through the streets until people gathered. They’d end up in the town commons, and John would preach on living each day as if it was our last and our first. The first week of this series is a focus on Amazing Grace – the “last” portion of Wesley’s message, and the second week is a focus on Responsible Grace – the “first" portion.

Who We Are

Like our namesake the apostle Andrew, we love to invite and connect others to Jesus, and to take risks in faith that grow God's kingdom. 

We are a church that welcomes the skeptic, works to strengthen the family, and is committed to being externally focused and evangelistic. We desire to impact the world in community through service and witness.

Coming Up Soon

Lift Podcast: Grief 101

Lift Podcast: Grief 101

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In the midst of the loss we feel as a community this week, we have released an episode of our Lift podcast discussing grief.

Fall Festival

Fall Festival

October 27, 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Free fun for the whole family! Enjoy games, Trunk or Treat, inflatables, chili supper for purchase, and more.

Adults Mission Trip: Aransas Pass

Adults Mission Trip: Aransas Pass

November 7-10, Rockport

Share the love of Christ and serve the Rockport/Aransas Pass area on our St. Andrew Adults mission trip. This is our sixth trip to the region.


Being in community with other Christians is critical to your spiritual growth. Whether you are interested in children, students, adults or families, new or a long-time member, you can find a place to connect. Take the next step in your faith journey by getting more involved.

Latest Stories

Witness | Haley and Michael

"It's renewing of my faith when I come here and see these kids every Sunday." .... Now with a child on the way, Haley and Michael serve the kids in the Children's Ministry as the church will do for their family one day.

Witness | Amir

"When I said that, my friend started crying. Then he opened his Bible." .... In the extended cut of his story, Amir details his near-death experience, and a transformative vision where Christ entered his life.


In Jesus, God became one of us, and through the Holy Spirit is active in the world, changing hearts and lives. The ripple effect of each person making his and her unique contribution is resulting in a revolution of Christ’s love being felt in tangible, life-changing ways.

Whether you can volunteer each week or only a few hours every once in a while, consider making the kind of impact that only you can make. Your life and this world will never be the same!

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