Worship Times

Sunday Worship - 8:00, 9:30 & 10:45 am
Thursday Worship - 12:15 & 6:15 pm
Wed Lenten Services - 12:15 & 6:15
Easter Sunday - April 1 – 6 am Rib Mtn; 8, 9:30 & 11 at SALC


Saint Andrew is located off of highway 51 at exit 190
3200 N. Mountain Road, Wausau, WI 54401



The ministry of Saint Andrew Lutheran Church is “open to all who wish to express their faith in God through Jesus Christ by worship, learning, witness, and service.” Whether you are new to the church, have stepped away for a time, or have been connected to the church your whole life, you are welcome at Saint Andrew.



The Wednesday Lenten fellowship follows the 12:15 pm worship and is also before and after the 6:15 pm worship.
March 21st is the final soup and sandwich fellowship for this Lenten season.
Pre-ordered Soup-to-Go is available.  Look for the order forms on the Information Desk in the Narthex.
March 21
Chicken Dumpling – Pea – Beef Barley Mushroom

If you or someone you know needs an Easter food basket, please call the church office (715-842-3333) by March 21st. Also, hams and other food donations are needed. Non-perishable donations can be placed in the food baskets at each entrance.

Children are encouraged to bring a hard-boiled, decorated Easter egg to the 8:00, 9:30, or 11:00 am Easter Sunday worship. After the services, the eggs will then be donated to the Salvation Army.

Sunday, April 1 – EASTER BREAKFAST
7:00 – 9:30 am – Fellowship Hall
A traditional Easter breakfast of scrambled eggs, ham, seasoned potatoes, fresh fruit and muffins will be served from 7-9:30 am in the Saint Andrew Fellowship Hall. Your free will donation will support Vacation Bible School this summer. Pull tags for needed breakfast items will be on the Information Desk in the Narthex.
A volunteer sign-up for serving and clean-up will also be on the Information Desk.

Lenten Theme
Praying Hands

 “Lord Teach Us to Pray”

Jesus was once asked by his disciples, “Lord, teach us to pray as John taught his disciples.” In response Jesus said, “when you pray, say this…” Another name for the Lord’s prayer is “the prayer that never fails.” Why? Because they are the words of Jesus and if Jesus felt there was a better model for prayer, he would have shared it instead. The theme for this year’s Lenten journey will be based on this timeless prayer. How well do we understand the words we speak? How do they impact our lives and deepen our faith? Weekly we will focus on the petitions of this prayer as a way to understand it more fully. Together we will sing it and reflect on each section so that these words of Jesus might dwell in us and do their work among us.

February 14Our Father, In Heaven
February 21Hallowed Be Your Name
February 28Your Kingdom Come
March 7Your Will Be Done
March 14Give Us Today Our Daily Bread
March 21Forgive Us Our Sins as We Forgive Those Who Sin Against Us
March 29 (Maundy Thursday)Save Us From the Time of Trial
March 30 (Good Friday)Deliver Us From Evil
April 1 (Easter Sunday)For the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory Are Yours

Lenten Dates to Remember

Wednesday Lenten Services Feb. 14 – March 21; 12:15 & 6:15 pm
March 25—Palm Sunday – 8, 9:30 & 10:45 am
March 29—Maundy Thursday – 12:15 & 6:15 pm
March 30—Good Friday – 12:15 & 6:15 pm
April 1—Easter Sunday – 6 am on Rib Mountain; 8, 9:30 & 11 at SALC

A Year in Review


New Memberswhat to expect

Hello and welcome to Saint Andrew, it’s always a real joy for us to meet and have new members in our church family. Here you will find useful information about what to expect during your first visit.


Christian Education Calendar (2017-2018)