Sermons and News

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is part of the Progressive Christianity community of believers.

We are based in the scriptures and truths found in the teachings of Jesus Christ.
We are engaged in the contemporary world through our ministries and programs.
We hope that you will browse our pages and investigate what issues are of current concern to our Congregation.
We invite you to experience our beliefs by attending either of our Sunday services.  A video archive of Dr. Rigby’s sermons can be found under “Sermons.”

For more of Jim’s philosophy and views, visit his blog at

We speak to the young though regular Sunday school programs, organized activities and Mr. Monkey’s Treehouse.

Christmas Eve Services

At 4:30 PM on December 24 we’ll hold a special pageant for and led by our children. Children are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite character – a prophet, Mary, Joseph, angel, shepherd, Magi or any animal.

Our traditional candlelight Christmas Eve Service will begin at 7:00 PM. Music, Mr. Monkey and a community joining to sing “Silent Night” will be a part of the warm and peaceful service we traditionally offer.

Come be a part.

Service for Wholeness

Beginning on Wednesday, December 10, the monthly Service for Wholeness will move from Sunday afternoons to Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:00 p.m. From that date on the Service for Wholeness will be offered on the second Wednesday of each month – with the exception of February when we will offer the service on the third Wednesday, February 18, as we begin the Lenten season on the evening of Ash Wednesday.

The Service for Wholeness will begin with a time of meditative music and candle lighting as people arrive and prepare for the service, and will conclude not later than 7:50.

On the Wednesdays when this service is offered, the Meditation Group will conclude by 7:00 allowing people time to come to the Service for Wholeness during the gathering time. The weekly Wednesday evening Choir Rehearsal will begin at 8:00 on these dates, rather than the usual 7:30, but will conclude by 9:00 as usual.

We hope that you will come and participate in times of silence, communion, sung prayers and other contemplative practices offered to help us all find health and wholeness.