Sunday Worship Services at 8:30am & 10:15am

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Welcomes You



JOIN US FOR COFFEE AND CONVERSATION EVERY WEEK! We enjoy connecting as a church family and meeting new people—please join us for coffee and donuts in the Fellowship Hall between services each Sunday!

Childcare and Sunday School Classes are available.

Everyone is welcome; and recovery is spoken here.
Hope to see you this Sunday!


Contact the church office if you would like to RSVP for the…
707-996-6024 or [email protected]

New Members Conversation & Lunch
January 29th at 11:30 am


Men’s Bowling Night
February 7th at 6:45 pm


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This past December, members of St. Andrew generously donated nearly 200 shoe-boxes to local organizations that serve homeless children and their families.  These shoe boxes were delivered to the YWCA, Catholic Charities and The Living Room, all in Santa Rosa.  Special shoe boxes for teenagers were also delivered to TLC Child and Family Services.  Joanne Green took the lead in this effort, but Joanne quickly acknowledges that none of this would have been possible without our caring and generous congregation.  Well done!


This New Year, remember that St. Andrew has registered with AmazonSmile!

amazon_smileAmazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know – same products, same prices, same service. You can support St. Andrew by going to or using the link below when you begin your Amazon shopping. Thank you for your support!


black_dogSt. Andrew hosted a lunch for those who suffer from any form of depression to join together for mutual support and encouragement. To view the Black Dog video created by the World Health Organization, CLICK HERE.




Jr. High Youth, 6-8th grade, meet upstairs, 8:30 to 9:30 AM every Sunday to explore God’s word and how it still applies to us today.  Light breakfast is served.

Sr. High Youth, 9-12th grade, meet upstairs, 10:15 AM to 11:15 PM every Sunday.


habitatWork continues at Irma’s home on Broadway.

Check in with Pam Sherman at the Habitat table if you’d like to join the fun!


pictoral_directoryOur new pictorial directories ARE HERE!
Pick-up your copy!




There will be short term studies offered throughout the year! We will be posting them on our website and the News & Notes as the details develop!




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Life Groups @ St. Andrew






We are an ORANGE church. What does that mean? It means our model takes the heart of the family (red), partners it with the light of the church (yellow), to create a powerful ORANGE team! Our goal is to provide quality instruction to your children regarding the bible and its truths while helping to empower parents to share their faith in the home!

Invite a friend!
Invite your neighbors!
Bring your grandchild!

It’s going to be AMAZING!

Sunday worship is about good works. If you want to find out what Jesus had to say about life and love, visit with us on Sunday. We teach from the Bible, learn about God and open our doors to everyone. Our family welcomes you!

Who knows what God’s Spirit might do in our midst?


God-friendly but church adverse?

Click here to see what classes and gatherings are coming up!

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Sunday School and Youth Groups also meet each week.


Comments, Questions, Opinions, Concerns, Sinners and Forgiveness
… ALL welcome here!

St. Andrew is a Presbyterian Church situated in the heart of the Sonoma Valley. Are you looking for a Christian Church in the Sonoma Valley area? You have come to the right place. If you are new to Sonoma, Glen Ellen, Kenwood, Napa, Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Penngrove or Cotati or planning a visit to the Sonoma Valley and looking for a place to worship, we welcome you to join us. In this website, you can find information for those New to St. Andrew to tell you more about our Church, our mission, our people and our programs including Students’ and Children’s Ministries.  If you would like more information, please feel free to contact us anytime.

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January 17, 2017

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Preacher’s Post: Mindful Living: Habits

January 15, 2017

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Preacher’s Post: The Good Things Take Time

January 7, 2017

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January 1, 2017

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Preacher’s Post: Grinchlike Christmas Expectations

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PREACHER’S POST: When Christmas Needs An Encore

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