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Pastor’s Blog

Staff Gift

The Christmas season is a wonderful time of year to show your gratitude to the St. Andrew’s staff for all their hard work and dedication throughout the year.  Please consider contributing to the gift that will be given to them from the congregation by clicking the link below. Thank you for your continued generosity. Staff […]

Toy Drive

Drive Along with St. Andrew’s Nursery School, we are partnering with Grace Lutheran Church to collect new and used toys in good condition which will be distributed to parents in need of Christmas presents for their children. Donations of boxes, wrapping paper, and tape will also be needed. If you bring a used toy, please […]

Christmas Poinsettias

Order yours to be placed in the sanctuary for our Christmas services. Please fill out the form found on our website under ‘Support Our Mission’ then click on ‘St. Andrew’s Store’. Hard copies can also be found in the narthex. Deadline for ordering is Sunday, December 10th. Poinsettia Order Form

Blanket Drive

We will once again provide blankets to the Norristown Soup Kitchen.  Since these are for adults, we found that the following brand/size is preferred (American Heritage / 50×60 or larger – sold at Walmart) or something similar.  There will be a bin in the narthex where you can place your donations through December 19th.  A […]

Weekend Reflection – Thanksgiving 2023

“Praise and thanksgiving, God we would offer for all things living, you have made good: harvest of sown fields, fruits of the orchard, hay from the mown fields, blossom and wood.” – Albert F. Bayly,  ELW # 689 We gather this weekend to cast our anxieties and worries on Almighty God and to give thanks […]

Weekend Reflection – All Saints Sunday 2023

“Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.”  – Matthew 5:4   We gather this weekend to give thanks for God’s faithful people who have touched our hearts, blessed our lives, and completed their earthly journey by God’s grace.  We also pray for one another as we continue this journey by faith pressing […]

Weekend Reflection – Reformation Sunday 2023

“For we hold that a person is justified by faith apart frpm works prescribed by the law.” – Romans 3:28   We gather this weekend to celebrate the Festival of the Reformation giving thanks for Martin Luther and other reformers who refocused the church’s attention on the promises of Christ and praying  for the Spirit’s guidance as we serve in challenging […]