Worship

Worship is the number one priority of our church because it’s the number one priority for our lives. We offer three services, each with a distinct style and music, from traditional hymns with organ and choir to contemporary songs with a worship band. We invite you to come as you are, and worship as God calls you to worship. Come and see what Jesus Christ has planned for you!

Sins & Virtues
Topic in Lent

Our annual parish-wide Lenten Study Program will be offered on Tuesdays in Lent, through April 9. This year adults will be exploring the seven deadly sins and seven holy virtues. The evening starts with a simple supper of soup and salad beginning at 6:15 p.m., followed by a teaching by Fr. Ron Baird, and discussion in small groups. Children will be exploring to seven sacraments of the Church. Click below for details and to register.

Lenten
Resources

Lent is a time to put away the cares of the world and to follow our Lord and Savior to Jerusalem, to Calvary, to the Tomb. A time to prepare our hearts, minds, bodies and souls to accept the great sacrifice that Jesus made for us. If we keep a Holy Lent, then the true meaning and joy of Easter will permeate our life in fullness.

Holy Land
Pilgrimage

Join Fr. Ron Baird on an awe-inspiring and
life-changing pilgrimage to the Holy Land May 27-June 6. We'll journey in the footsteps of Jesus, from his birth in Bethlehem to the Holy City of Jerusalem and the Cross of Golgotha, and finally to the place of the empty tomb, where the angel proclaimed that “He is not here. He is risen!”

Godly Play

In Godly Play, our children in pre-school through 5th Grade experience sacred stories from the Old and New Testaments, with lessons on the sacraments and liturgy of the Church woven throughout the school year. Through Godly Play, they come to know the voice of the Good Shepherd, and learn to follow him as their Lord and Savior.

Grow in Faith

Discipleship opportunities for adults range from our Sunday Morning Forum, offered during our Grow in Faith time from 10:15 to
11 a.m., to small groups that meet weekly or twice a month in homes or at the church, to special programs throughout the year, including our parish-wide Lenten Study Program, which this year will offered on Tuesdays in Lent, beginning on March 12.

Craziness,
Content,
& Connection

St. Andrew's Youth Ministry revolves around these three Cs. Youth gather twice a month to connect with one another and explore relevant, Bible-based content that brings the faith alive for them, and they come together for a bit of craziness at events throughout the year.

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Transforming the world through Christ — one heart at a time

Connecting with one another; growing in faith; serving in our community and the world  

Connect

Learn how you can connect at St. Andrew’s, from our breakfast for newcomers to fellowship activities & more.

Grow

Our “Grow in Faith” time from 10:15 to 11 a.m. on Sundays provides opportunities for children, youth & adults to grow in their relationship with Jesus. In addition, small groups for youth & adults meet weekly or bi-monthly.

Serve

At St. Andrew’s, we believe every member of the body of Christ — the Church — is shaped to serve in ministry and in mission. And we’re called to use the gifts God has given us to serve him and others with love.

Know

Want to know more about St. Andrew’s? Who to contact about baptisms or weddings? Click below, and we’ll point you in the right direction.

Give

Every gift to St. Andrew’s is appreciated, and helps us accomplish Christ’s mission in this place. Opportunities to give include through: 

 • Annual Giving
• Capital Fund Gifts
• Kroger Rewards
• Amazon Smile

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News from St. Andrew’s

Reaching those in prison

Kairos Prison Ministry International, Inc. (Kairos) is a lay-led, interdenominational Christian ministry in which men and women volunteers bring Christ’s love and forgiveness to prisoners and their families. During the initial Kairos weekend, Kairos volunteers serve...

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Resources for Lent

The following is a compilation of web resources for observing the season of Lent. If you have an idea to contribute, please email us. Lent and Easter Resources: A list of web resources from the readers of AnglicansOnline.org. Fasting for Lent: What is fasting, and why...

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The Call to a Holy Lent

By Fr. Ron Baird Ash Wednesday on March 6 begins the holy journey to the Cross that we call Lent. Lent is a time to put away the cares of the world and to follow our Lord and Savior to Jerusalem, to Calvary, and to the Tomb. It’s a time to prepare our hearts, minds,...

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Contact Us

Phone:
740.548.5112

Email:
mail@standrewspolaris.org

Address:
7521 S. Old State Rd.
Lewis Center, OH 43035

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