Welcome to Saint Andrew
Saint Andrew Lutheran Church, 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
Worship Thursday Sunday
12:15 &6:15 pm 8:00 & 9:30 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!
Zeerust Companion Church Visit: June 26-July 10, 2016
Excitement continues to build as the SALC task force is in the final stages of preparations for the June 26- July 10 visit of 10 guests from our companion congregation in Zeerust, South Africa. There are many ways for Saint Andrew members to share time with them in worship and a concert being held in our sanctuary as well as the many, many volunteer opportunities yet to be filled for overnight housing, daytime or meal hosting, transportation etc. Please prayerfully consider the ways you can step up to participate. A volunteer form will be posted soon.
Sunday School concluded for the year on Sunday, May 15.
There is no Sunday School offered during the summer months.
Sunday School will resume in the fall - Sunday, September 11 - 9:30 am
Children begin in worship with their families. Following the Children's sermon, they are sent to learn and grow in their Sunday school classrooms. Adult Sunday school is also offered, utilizing the International Bible Study Resource.
The Season of Pentecost
With the summer months approaching, the church takes a deep breath for the long season of Pentecost. On the Day of Pentecost we celebrated the coming of God's presence through the Holy Spirit, God's creative and life-giving presence in the world. In the months to come we are challenged and nourished by that Spirit for the sake of rest, renewal and growth through the life of the church. Weekly worship serves as the primary foundation for that work but other forms of active commuity are also at play as we share in life together.
"The Jesus Walk!"
Vacation Bible School 2016
Monday-Thursday, July 11-14: 1-4 pm
Friday, July 15: 9 am - 12 pm
(Closing program on Friday at 11:30 am with lunch to follow!)
Camp counselors from Crossways camping ministries will join us once again as we
play, sing, and learn about following Jesus!
Click here for the registration form.