St. Andrew United Methodist Church
Sunday, March 29, 2015
Open Minds. Open Hearts. Open Doors.
 
 

Welcome to St. Andrew United Methodist Church!

 
Our Mission Statement
St. Andrew United Methodist Church strives to be a family of caring, nurturing followers of Jesus
Christ welcoming all those seeking to know and grow in God’s service.
 
 

 

Worship Times

 
Sunday School
     9:30am
10:45 Young Adults
Sunday Morning
8:30am Traditional (Sanctuary)
9:30am Blended Contemporary (Keheley Center)
10:45am Traditional (Sanctuary)
 

 
EASTER, April 5th 2015
7:00 am at the Youth House
8:30am - Traditional Service in Sanctuary
9:30am - Contemporary Service
11:00am - Traditional Service in Sanctuary
*NOTE TIME CHANGE*
 
 
 
 
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St. Andrew Hosting Family Promise
May 10th~17th
July 28th~Aug. 1st
October 11th~17th
(Sun-Sun)

 
 
 
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Scripture Lesson

Sermon Notes 8:30 & 9:30 Services Service-Rev. Riley

“Cross Prayers”

Luke 23:32-49

Out of the seven words from the cross, three of them are prayers-

Three of them are addressed to God:

1. “Father forgive them, they know not what they do!”

2. “My God, why hast thou forsaken me?” 

3. “Father into thy hands I commit my spirit.”

 

Sermon Notes 10:45 Service-Rev. Phillips

“Crown Him With Many Crowns”

 

Mark 11:1-11

1,  The Crown of Enthusiasm 

2. The Crown of Partial Allegiance 

3. The Crown of Total Surrender

 
 
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 Scripture That Sustains

 

Scripture That Sustains I would like to share the following list of scriptures that I pray will speak to you in the days ahead:

...When you are discouraged, blue, down, and everything seems to be going from bad to worse: Read Psalms 23,34, 42, 43; Isaiah 40.

…When your friends turn their backs upon you: Read Matthew 5; I Corinthians 13. …When you cannot sleep at night: Read Psalms 4, 56, 130.

…When anxieties and worries are hovering over you like dark clouds: Read Psalms 46;Matthew 6.

… When you are worried about your loved ones: Read Psalms 121; Luke 17.

… When you are sick and in pain: Read Psalms 6, 39,41,67; Isaiah 26; James5.

… When you are experiencing severe financial setbacks: Read Psalms 37; Colossians 1; Peter 1.

… When you are challenged by opposition: Read Ephesians 6; Philippians 4.

… When you feel your faith is starting to waiver and become weak: Read Psalms 126, 146; Hebrew 11.

… When you are lonely or fearful: read Psalms 27, 91; Like 8; I Peter 4. … When you are bereaved: Read I Corinthians 15; I Thessalonians 4, 5; John 14; Revelations 21,22.

… When you are confronted with a great crisis: Read Job 28; Proverb 8; Psalms 55

… When you are inwardly troubled and desire inner peace. Read Romans 8.

… When everything is going great: Read Psalms 33, 100; I Timothy 6; James 2.

… When you are placed in a position of responsibility: Read Joshua 1; Proverbs 2, II Corinthians 8.

… When you are starting a new home: Read Psalms 127; Proverbs 17; Ephesians 5; Colossians 3; I Peter 3; I John 4.

... When you are planning your budget: Read Mark 4; Luke 19.

… When you are getting ready to take a trip and leaving your home: Read Psalms 119; Proverbs 3,4.

 
In Christ,
 
P.S. Please keep the dates: March 22, 23, and 24 open. We’re having a Spring Revival with Dr. George Mathison, Sr. Pastor Auburn UMC, Auburn, Alabama. 
 

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