January 26, 2020


9:30 am

Jan 26

Special Discussion

with Pastor 

Sara Lilja

of Lutheran Office

of Governmental


9:30 am


at 10:45 am


Annual Meeting

Jan 26

12:30 pm

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Worship & Music

Through January - 1 service @ 9:30 am, except 1/26 special discussion at 9:30; worship follows at 10:45 am


We currently have one service on Sundays at 9:30 am with Holy Communion offered every week, with occasional exceptions.


Our musical resources draw from a variety of traditional and more contemporary styles, but we do not have a praise band.  What we do have, however, is an incredibly talented Minister of Music, that can lay down a variety of instrumental tracks and make our choir sound like many more than we are.  He is truly a gift to our music ministry. During the summer and intermittently throughout the year, we are blessed to have the acoustical guitar talents of one of our choir members to spice up our musical offerings.  Occasionally, you'll hear vocal or instrumental solos or accompaniments by several of our musically gifted members.


Our choir rehearses on Thursdays at 7:30 when bells do not practice, check the News & Events page for monthly details or email info@elcaandy.org  Our Handbell Choir is an intermittent but joyful group that re-forms when the interest arises.  Like to play handbells?  Speak to Pastor Fred.


 Watch/Listen to an original Christmas arrangement by our Minister of Music, Don Ehrmann: 


Prayer Sessions

4th Wednesdays, 8 pm (see News and Events page for monthly update)

Brief period of Taize hymns followed by 20 minutes of Silent Prayer - a period to empty your heart and mind of all thoughts and cares, becoming an empty vessel ready  to receive the Holy Spirit. 


Children are welcome in worship.  We understand that they fidget, but we also know that the best way for children to learn how to behave in worship is to BE in worship.  For those times when they might be too restless for everyone else's enjoyment of the service, our narthex (lobby) provides clear glass walls and doors to separate the sanctuary from the narthex so that the parent can see what is happening in worship, and a speaker system that allows the parent to hear the service.  


We hope that you will join us.  Please read the "When you visit..." notes on our home page.





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