Following the pattern laid out in Genesis 1, the Church “day” begins with sunset (“and the evening and the morning were the first day” —vs5). Vespers is celebrated the evening before Divine Liturgy, Saturday evening at 5:00
The word Liturgy literally means the “work of the people” as applied to worship—specifically, the service wherein the Holy Eucharist (communion) is celebrated Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. - preceded by The Hours.
Great Feasts are celebrated wtih Festal Vigil on the Eve, and Liturgy on the Morning of the feast. Other weekday services are regularly scheduled throughout the year. Please call the office at (970) 874-5225 for times of festal services.
The Orthodox choir at Saint Andrew's consists of a small but very dedicated group of talented singers who do not bury their talents in the earth. The choir's goal is to lead our parish singing in prayerfulness and beauty, well-pleasing to God. May God bless our endeavors and accept our "sacrifice of praise".
St. Andrew's has an active church school for ages 5 and up. Lessons are taught every second and fourth Sunday at the conclusion of Divine Liturgy, following the blessing.