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Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church
2201 Springdale Ave at Magnolia 
Charlotte, NC 28203
Phone: 704.375.7793
Email: stapresb@aol.com








Sunday Morning Ministry 
and Worship Schedule

8:30-9:15 am Choir Practice

10:00 am 
Morning Worship Service

Weekly AA Meetings
Springdale Group
Monday - Saturday
Each evening 6:00 pm
Lower Fellowship Hall

High Noon Group
Each Wednesday 12:00 pm
Lower Fellowship Hall

Solutions Group
Each Friday 12:00pm
Lower Fellowship Hall

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 ***DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER 
JANUARY 8th WORSHIP IS CANCELLED***

Thinking Out Loud...'Tis the Season
I haven’t been able to get hymn 100 from the Glory to God hymnal out of my head. I keep hearing the words and tune repeating again and again. Particularly verse one and the refrain which read:

“My soul cries out with a joyful shout that the God of my heart is great, and my spirit sings of the wondrous things that you bring to those who wait…My heart shall sing of the day you bring. Let the fires of your justice burn. Wipe away all tears, for the dawn draws near, and the world is about to turn.”

I keep thinking how amazing the incarnation truly is – how one event flipped the world upside down and turned it all around. I keep imagining how incredible it must have been for those who heard and saw the angels breaking through the night sky singing with thunderous voices about the arrival of the Christ child. I want to be swept up into that level of rejoicing – don’t you? To be transported by the news and dizzy with excitement and hope and joy. I want to feel the earth moving beneath my feet because the world is about to turn a new and glorious page.  

But Christmas is just a remembering time you might say. Jesus has come incarnate, lived, died and risen (thanks be to God!) and we are here on the other side of the resurrection. How can we be that excited about what has already occurred? We are remembering the event of the incarnation, yes, but Christ is still breaking into our world, isn’t he? Wondrous things are still happening, angels are still singing, and we are still living in that incarnation moment because we share in Christ’s story. We are written into that moment, wherein Christ anticipated us – or at least our need for him, and so he came that we might live fully and joyfully. I think that’s worth singing and shouting about right now, don’t you?

Blessings this Christmastide,
Pastor Nadine















Join us next Sunday
January 15
as we gather for
worship and fellowship
and share in the 
wonder of holy Communion.

All are welcome
to the table!