Update on Church Re-Opening
Latest on Re-opening the Church for In-person Service
June 28, 2020
It's been several months since we've all seen each other. We know how much the congregation is wishing to come back together and worship in the spirit of Christ once again. As most of you have seen that positive cases of COVID-19 are on the rise as the State is still in the first wave of the pandemic. With that in mind, the church leadership in conjunction with the worship committee have been meeting regularly and consulting the guidelines provided by the CDC and the Conference and will decide to re-open when it is appropriate and safe for everyone. In the meantime, continue to enjoy our virtual worship services here on the website or on our facebook page. Stay safe, love one another and be blessed until we can meet in person again.
Update on Coronavirus for the Church
Eventhough we cannot be together,we are together in each other's hearts.
Plans for opening the church for in-person worship were approved by the District Superintendent earlier this month. Unfortunately, with Sacramento County being placed back into the Purple Tier, which is the most restrictive, that plan is once again on hold. Our Church Campus remains closed. Please keep your faith strong and spirits up that we will be able to open safely in the future. Until then, stay safe and may the peace of the living Christ comfort you. Happy Holidays.
Interim General Secretary of GCORR Responds to Racist Attacks on Historic D.C. Black Churches
Click the link below to read the response from General Commission on Race and Religion, a body of The United Methodist Church, established in 1968 on recent events in the DC area.
Our Congregations Health and Safety is a Priority!
St. Andrew's family and friends. In response to the overwhelming circumstances of Covid-19, St. Andrew's UMC is suspending ALL church activities/worship services and support group meetings until further notice. Please visit this site and watch our facebook page for continued updates.
We will be posting and emailing the Sunday Worship Service bulletins and a written copy of the week's sermon for everyone to use at home for in-home worship/meditation/reflection.
Lord hear our prayers in this uncertain time.