St. Andrew Lutheran Church

St. Andrew

Day School Staff


Pastor Mort. Director

Jessica Ohr, Teaching Director

Judy Brandt, Office Staff

Marlane McGinnis, Bookkeeper


St. Andrew Day School



Congregation Staff


The Rev. Larry F. Mort, Pastor

The Rev. William Hower, Pastor Emeritus


Office Volunteers:

Monica Broecker

Sherri Perfett


Music & Worship:

Richard Everett

Deborah Mort




Southwestern Pennsylvania Synod



D987 Beaver Grade Rd.

Moon Township, PA 15108



located near the corner of Beaver Grade Rd. and Thorn Run Rd.

Just off the Thorn Run Exit of Business Route 376.




St. Andrew is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  2013 marked the congregation’s Golden Anniversary, and began a period of reflection on direction and evaluation of its ministry.  St. Andrew is well grounded in the faith of the Church, desirably located near the Pittsburgh International Airport.  It is firm in its identity, growing in the understanding of its ministry and poised for the future.  We welcome all who wish to embrace the future with us.


Our Mission Statement


Baptized in Christ,We Spread the Word of God

and Share His Love.



Worship with Us

Service of Holy Communion

Saturdays at 6:00 pm

Sundays at 9:30 am


Sunday School follows at 10:45am

(September to Memorial Day)






                 Online giving is available at St. Andrew for both regular offering and for special contributions.  

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Transportation Team:  If you need a ride to, or from, church services on Sundays, we now have a small group of gentlemen that are willing to help out. If you need a ride to church, please call one of the following:


                   Dave Kasper:                   412-262-9339

                   John Manack:                  412-264-1331

                   Don McKissick:                412-805-5034

Bring Friends and Family and Join Us For Christmas Eve


Our Christmas Eve Worship will include two different worship experiences. 


At 6:00 pm we will explore the wonder of Christ’s birth through  a “Family Christmas” service with lighting of the Christmas candles, receiving holy communion, and singing Christmas songs loved by young and old.


At 8:30 pm we will gather for our liturgical celebration honoring the birth of Jesus.  The choir, and chime choir will support our worship as we sing Christmas Carols joining our voices of praise with those from all the ages.  We will hear again the story of the birth of Jesus.  We will join together in receiving the Body and Blood of Christ at his table.  And we will honor Christ, the Light of the World, by lighting candles as we sing Silent Night.


Come!  Join in Celebrating the Birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.



Save the Date: Please mark your calendars and plan to attend our annual Advent Dinner on Sunday, December 10th. Meat (ham and turkey) and beverages will be provided. Please sign up for a dish to pass (please plan to feed 10-12 people). Dinner will be at 5:00 pm. Following dinner, the choir will perform as well as individuals who have agreed to perform or do a reading.



Advent Study

Preparing for the Lord:

A Study of the Infancy Narratives in Matthew and Luke


Dates: Thursdays, December 7, 14, & 21

Time: 6:00 pm for meal, 7:00 pm for the study

Dinner Menu: Salad, and Sandwich


Just like during our Lenten Study we will gather at 6:00 pm for a light supper.  In this case we will have salad and sandwiches.  Then, at 7:00 pm we will discuss the birth of Jesus as it is presented in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.