Come and join us for one or all of the scheduled events while we commemorate our faith

and fellowship with Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.

  • The celebration will begin on Sunday, October 2, 2017. There will be a short drama during  worship . There will also be activities for all ages during the Sunday School hour, beginning at 9 AM.  
  • There will be movies  provided on Thursday and Friday evening with snacks and crafts. Movies will be presented at 1 pm and 7 pm both evenings.
  • On Saturday there will be a discussion on the more colorful aspects of Martin Luther's life and his part-time profession as a brewer.
  • On Reformation Sunday, October 29,
    • during the Sunday School hour, there will be discussions on the Reformation , and how it affected art, and music and Christian traditions of the time.  Meanwhile the children will be treated by a visit from Martin Luther himself. 
      • During the 11 o'clock worship service there will be special music, including a brass ensemble, and devotion.
      • Finally our traditional Reformation Celebration Cook-Out will be held on the church grounds beginning at 12 noon. Young and old alike will enjoy traditional and non-traditional games.  Everyone is welcome. See you there!

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This year Reformation Sunday takes place on October 29, 2017.

 A special Reformation week long celebration is being planned at St. Andrew Lutheran Church.

Reformation Day is a religious holiday celebrated alongside 'All Hallows' Eve', in remembrance of the Reformati​on, by Lutheran and some Reformed church communities. In the United States churches often

transfer the holiday so that it falls on the Sunday (called Reformation Sunday) on/or

before October 31, with All Saints' Day moved to the Sunday on or after November 1. 

The liturgical color of the day is red, which represents the Holy Spirit and the Martyrs

of the Christian Church.  Martin Luther's hymn, "A Mighty Fortress is our God" is

traditionally sung on this day.​​

Worship Services

Saturday Evening Contemporary 6:30 PM

Sunday Morning Traditional 8 AM and 11:00 AM

Sunday Morning Journey 9:30AM

Sunday School  9:30 AM for adults and children

Sunday School 10:15 AM for teens and youth