" The Caring Church Growing in God's Love"
“In your presence there is fullness of joy” (Ps. 16:11)
Saturday Evening Contemporary 6:30 PM
Sunday Morning Traditional 8 AM and 11:00 AM
Sunday Morning Journey Contemporary 9:30AM
Sunday School 9:30 AM for all ages
St Andrew Lutheran Church
1605 Neuse Blvd., New Bern, NC 28560 252-637-5879 firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us every Saturday at 5:30 pm for a FREE community meal
We at St. Andrew Lutheran Church are a very loving church and active in our community. We care about our members, our guests and those living in our surrounding community. We have ministries to meet the needs of everyone in our communities, both inside and outside of our congregation. Come and join us. We know you will find what you are looking for in our church community. Come and visit us at any or all of our celebrations. Everyone is welcome. See us on Facebook and Twitter, email or call us.
Evangelism works to educate, stimulate, and lead our members to reawaken the spiritually indifferent and to reach others with the Word of God and Christ's Church.
Fellowship provides opportunities for the congregation to experience fellowship together.
Social Ministries works throughout our community to extend Christian compassion and helpfulness to the ill, the aged, and anyone who is in need of aid in body and soul.
Stewardship promotes the expression of Christian faith in daily living and to lead all its members to higher levels of proportionate giving for the Lord's work.
Maintenance does exactly what the word implies. This group of hard working individuals repair and maintain the buildings, land, equipment, utilities and furniture belonging to the congregation. equipment,
Worship and Music oversees the services of God's House are conducted regularly and in accordance with the liturgy of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Christian Education promotes the educational activities within our congregation. Sunday School begins on Sunday, September 13, 2015.
Youth Ministry integrates the youth of the congregation into the active life of the church.