January Series

The January Series, live-streamed from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI, is HERE at St. Andrew's every week day from January 3 through January 23 from 10:30 am to 11:30 am. Plan now to attend and receive a liberal arts education this month!

Current topics this year range from earning a college degree in prison to climate justice. Featured speakers include Jenna Bush Hager, a contributing correspondent on TODAY; Nicholas Kristof, a columnist for the New York Times; Craig Detweiler, an author and theologian who recently wrote "Selfies: Searching for the Image of God in a Digital Age",and Mariela Shaker, an accomplished Syrian violinist and refugee advocate.

A complete list of speakers is available below or at the Adult Discipleship table in the Gathering Place, in the library, and at calvin.edu/january. Refreshments will be served.

Any questions? Contact Dave and Ellen Vellenga, hosts for the event, at ebvellenga@comcast.net.

Upcoming Sermon Series


This sermon series will be based on the book, The Prodigal Prophet, by Tim Keller. We will be looking at the hidden depths of the book of Jonah. Like the Prophet, we can find ourselves running from God. We can also try to make God into who we want God to be. We, like Jonah, can just flat out ignore the call God has put on our lives. Let us learn the depths of God’s mercy. Books will be available at the Adult Discipleship Table in The Gathering Place.



Plan Your Visit


We have three Sunday morning services. Each has a unique feel and style.

7:30 am Communion Service || During this service, we sing praises through hymns, say prayers, listen to the Word of God through bible-centered preaching and celebrate Holy Communion weekly. The music is lead by organ, with special guest instrumentalists and vocalists appearing regularly throughout the year. Please join us for this very intimate service in our chapel.

9:00 am Contemporary Service || Each week, our contemporary worship is lead by our worship team consisting of a variety of instruments, such as guitar, bass, piano, drums, singers.  The music selection ranges from current Christian songs to more traditional hymns that have been reset to a contemporary feel.  There are also elements of drama and video sprinkled through the year as well. This service take place in the main sanctuary on the SW campus.

10:45 am Traditional Service || In this service we feature listening to the Word of God through bible-centered preaching and musical presentations, as well as various liturgy and much prayer. The hymns are lead by the organ and the chancel choir, which provides anthems throughout the fall and spring. The service is also musically enhanced by the appearances of other ensembles within the music ministry including the Wittman Ringers, Children's Choir, Men's Ensemble, St. Andrew's Orchestra, St. Andrew's Clarinet Choir, as well as other special guest musicians. This service take place in the main sanctuary on the SW campus.


Children and students are always welcome at any of our three worship services. We have a comfort room in the back of the Sanctuary for parents with small children for your convenience. We look forward to meeting you and your child or student and strive to make them feel comfortable and welcome!

Birth - 2 years old || Nursery care is available for babies and toddlers in Room L on the lower level of the Sanctuary on the SW Campus during the 9:00 am and 10:45 am Services.

2 years old to 5th Grade || Sunday School is offered for children ages 2 (by September 1) through 5th grade during the 9:00 and 10:45 am services. At 9:00 am, children begin the service with their parents in worship, and are invited to go downstairs to attend Sunday School. Sunday School ends at 10:15 am. For the 10:45 am service, please bring your children to their classrooms before the service begins.

6th – 12th Grade || Youth Sunday School is offered at 10:45 am in the Boondocks, downstairs on the NE Campus. Students may walk across the street on their own or parents can drop them off at the north door of Westminster Hall.


Stewardship at SAPC

The St. Andrew’s Stewardship Committee and the Trustees would like to thank the 302 members and friends who faithfully filled out a Covenant Card for 2019. We are truly blessed by your promised gifts.

Like the widow giving her two copper coins to further the Kingdom of God, we realize that your commitment to regular giving is a loving sacrifice that you have been willing to make.

 If you have not filled out a pledge card, we ask that you prayerfully consider doing so to ensure the continuity of faith for St. Andrew’s. Pledge cards are available in the Chapel pews, in the Sanctuary green Friendship binders, at the back of the Sanctuary, or in the Gathering Place information office. Cards may be dropped in the offering plate, placed in Covenant boxes in the back of Chapel and Sanctuary, or mailed to the church office.

For questions, contact Brad Engel at bengel@sapctucson.org.


Prayer & Care Needs

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.  Philipians 4:6

The Caring Ministry wants to walk with you through your times of need and times of celebration. To request prayer, a care visit, inform us of a hospitalization,  or borrow medical equipment, please use the confidential links below and emails will be sent to the appropriate staff and/or caring ministry volunteers. You can always call the office at (520) 297-7201 to alert us about prayer needs or upcoming medical procedures and hospital stays, too.