Welcome to Saint Andrew

Saint Andrew, located on the north side of Rib Mountain, serves the wider community of the Wausau area as a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The ministry of Saint Andrew is "open to all who wish to express their faith in God through Jesus Christ by worship, learning, witness, and service."  Mission Statement

Christ is Risen! Christ is risen, indeed! Alleluia!


"Do not be alarmed; you are looking for Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucifed.  He has been raised; he is not here..." (Mark 16:6)


Easter at Saint Andrew -

The celebration of the resurrection is not meant for Easter Sunday alone! Every time we celebrate Holy Communion we celebrate Easter and the gifts that God gives through the cross and beyond the grave.  As the Easter season continues, together we contemplate the mystery of Christ's presence in our lives, mostly through the gospel of John. Come, worship, and experience along with the disciples how God transforms fearful people into a spirit filled community of open doors, peace and forgiveness!



Thursday                     Sunday

             12:15 & 6:15 PM         8:00 & 10:30 AM

Weekly worship services are opportunities to encounter God's Word, to share a meal at the Lord's table, and to be sent into the world to serve. Throughout the Church Year, people of faith gather in worship to recall, proclaim, and participate in the mystery of Christ's life, death, and resurrection. Whether you have been to church before or are seeking to grow in a community of faith - come and hear about God's love for you at Saint Andrew, a place that is open to all!


Weekly Schedule

Sunday school classes for all ages 9:15-10:15 am on Sunday mornings.


Wednesday evenings

5:30 pm - Handbell Rehearsal

7 pm - Chancel Choir Rehearsal

The strongest part of your faith....

"Over the past weeks during confirmation I have learned some things about God and myself. You taught me how to forgive and how to pray, showing us our relationship with God and God's gift of grace and faith for us. I learned about the Ten Commandments, the prophets, the story of Ruth, and the story of King David. Some things you do in life are for the better or for the worse, and this is one of the better things in life, getting together to talk about God and the relationship we have with him. I thank you, our confirmation small group teachers and classmates for helping me to get to know God and the relationship I have with him! I believe that Faith is seeing light with your heart, when all your eyes see is darkness and that the weakest part of your life can be the strongest part of your faith."

Paige is a 7th grade confirmation student.