Sunday Worship Services at 9am & 10:30am

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Welcomes You

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church


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!

Everyone is welcome; and recovery is spoken here.

Hope to see you this Sunday!

PLEASE RESERVE THE CIRCLE DRIVE PARKING AREA AND ALL ACCESSIBLE PARKING SLOTS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES! And, remember to please enter from Arnold Drive and exit north onto Sobre Vista.  Thank you for your



KNIT AND CROCHET GROUP—MONDAY’S 10:00 AM—12:00 NOON. We are gathering at a private home. The group meets the 3rd Monday of every month.  Bring your projects and join us for fun and conversation—it’s as easy as that!


THE BROWN BAGGERS—WEDNESDAY’S—10:00 AM—1:00 PM: Everyone is welcome to join us at the Sonoma Springs Community Hall (formerly the Grange), 18627 Highway 112, Sonoma, to make lunches for those in need.  We meet on the third Wednesday of every month.  If you would like to participate in this fun and rewarding venture with women and men, please come join us!



At St. Andrew, we follow a Sunday School Program based on Luke 2:52: And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man. Did you know? St. Andrew is an orange church. This means we combine the love of our immediate family (in red), with the love of our church family (in yellow). We are excited to learn and grow alongside your children and help to strengthen the family of Christ! St. Andrew is calling for faithful prayer warriors on behalf of our children. We are also in need of faithful volunteers to share the love of Christ with our kids as a Sunday School Teacher. NO experience necessary; just the desire to share your spiritual gifts and the ability to make a short or long-term commitment in the season ahead. A background check and finger prints for all teachers and volunteers is required. Can you help?



JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH: 6-8TH GRADERS (usually*) meet upstairs, 9:00 to 10:00 AM every Sunday to explore God’s word and how it still applies to us today.  Light breakfast is served.

SENIOR HIGH YOUTH: 9-12TH GRADERS, meet upstairs, 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM every Sunday.



Have More Questions? Want to Connect?

Contact the church office!
707-996-6024 or [email protected]

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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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Electronic Giving:

 We offer two options for electronic giving to enable our members more flexibility. You can now make your donation online via the St. Andrew Church website, or by text with your smart phone.

Through these methods you can give onetime gift or setup recurring contribution as well. We believe you will find it to be a tool that will streamline your giving and allow for simple tracking of all you have given throughout the year.

Electronic giving benefits the donor and the work of St. Andrew. Much like online banking, online giving enables church members to easily track their gifts as an element of their household finances. Instructions for electronic giving are listed below.

St. Andrew Website Online Giving Instructions:

• Enter amount you wish you give
• Enter your name
• Enter your email address
• Choose the fund designation
• Choose One Time or Recurring gift
• Choose “Bank Account” or “Credit/Debit
• Enter Savings / Checking Bank Account Number or Credit Card Number
• Click Give
• You will receive a confirmation of your gift

Smart Phone Text Giving Instructions:

• Text “Give or a dollar amount to 707-278-6024
• You will receive a link to create your account
• Enter amount you wish to give
• Select fund designation 
• Add your name and email address
• Select One Time or Recurring and hit Continue
• Select “Bank Account” or “Credit/Debit
• Add Savings / Checking Bank Account Number or Credit Card Number
• Click Give
• You will receive a confirmation of your gift

WEEKLY PREACHER’S POST: “Bringing Back the Scapegoat”

February 17, 2019

WEEKLY PREACHER’S POST: FINDING THE SACRED IN THE ORDINARY: “Bringing Back the Scapegoat” Intimate, loving relationships are complicated. Erich Fromm highlighted the struggle in our marriages: There is hardly any activity, any enterprise, which is started with such tremendous hopes and expectations, … Continue reading


We’ve received numerous requests for a copy of “The New Serenity Prayer” that Rich shared with the congregation on Sunday, February 10th. Here it is: THE NEW SERENITY PRAYER God, grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot … Continue reading

Did you miss the service? Or just want to hear more ?

February 12, 2019

Did you miss the service? Or just want to hear more ? It’s all right here! We apologize, due to technical issues we do not have a sermon recording for February 10, 2019 We apologize, due to technical issues we … Continue reading


February 10, 2019

WEEKLY PREACHER’S POST FINDING THE SACRED IN THE ORDINARY: “Mirrors and Marble Jars” “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” (Anne Dillard)   Head’s up…for those who have lost track of the calendar…Valentine’s Day … Continue reading

Preacher’s Post: Finding the Sacred in the Ordinary

February 3, 2019

“Finding the Sacred in the Ordinary” Is life as futile as it sometimes seems? The writer of Ecclesiastes laments that all is vanity and the only rational reaction is to eat, drink, and be merry. (Ecclesiastes 8:12) In Greek mythology, King Sisyphus is … Continue reading


January 26, 2019

Please join us for the FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY WORKSHOP Learn the Secret to Financial Independence What if you were following a plan for your money that you KNEW worked? With Dave Ramsey’s class Financial Peace University, you CAN take control … Continue reading

WEEKLY PREACHER’S POST: The Sanity Prayer – Reasonably Happy

God, give us grace to accept with serenity the things that cannot be changed, Courage to change the things which should be changed, and the Wisdom to distinguish the one from the other. Living one day at a time, Enjoying … Continue reading


January 13, 2019

“The Gift of Presence” God, give us grace to accept with serenity the things that cannot be changed, Courage to change the things which should be changed, and the Wisdom to distinguish the one from the other. Living one day … Continue reading


December 30, 2018

The last Christmas carol of our Christmas series this year is “We Three Kings of Orient Are”, written by the Rev. John Henry Hopkins Jr., rector of Christ Episcopal Church, Williamsport, PA, in 1857. (Words at the end of this … Continue reading

Christmas Eve Services

December 23, 2018

Celebrating Christmas at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Sunday, December 23 – 7:00 PM – Blue Christmas Service This service is for anyone and everyone who has ever had their hearts “broken”. This is the service of the broken-hearted—and it’s our … Continue reading