Top FAQs for those of us new to Andrew Church

Where do I park?

We have 100+ parking spots and only the handicapped spots are reserved. Take any of the rest you want. We encourage our members and regular participants to leave some premo spots open for guests but they are not labled as such. 

What's it like at Andrew Church?

We are a family expecting guests (that will be you)! As you have seen from the pictures on our website our dress is casual, our atmosphere is upbeat and we have done our best to see our facility and service through a first-time-guests eyes. We have hosts available to answer questions and help you find our children's wing, hospitality bar, and restrooms but there are plenty of signs for those who prefer to not ask for directions. Our worship services are participatory in that you are invited to stand and sing as you are willing and able, but sitting works as well. During our teaching portion you will be invited to reflect, imagine, repeat back, laugh, cry, love and hope. And when you leave you will have been equipped and encouraged to 'go and be the church right where you are!' 

You can expect each service to last about 75 minutes. Each service begins with worship music, announcements to help you feel comfortable in the service, prayer, some more great music and then transitions into a message from Pastor Carl. We normally close our service with Holy Communion (participation is optional) and a final song to give you time to reflect on what God may be saying to you through the service.


During each message you can expect Pastor Carl to bring a relatable, relevant, and practical message from the Bible that's applicable to your daily life.

How do I get connected?

We have a connection card personalized for each message with suggested next steps and the option to request more information on things like baptism, children/youth ministry, serving at Andrew, or to request an appointment with the pastor or other staff member. Additionally there is a comment section to ask questions and request prayer.