Authentic Christ-Centered Worship, Study, and Sometimes Just Plain Silliness!

Divine Service

We use the Common Service of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, which is a blending of Lutheran traditions from the 16th Century onwward.  At one time, nearly all the Lutherans in America, regardless of synod or denomination, used this service.  

The Lutherans purged the Western liturgy of prayers to the saints and anything that was against the Gospel of the free forgiveness of sins received through faith.  

We use two hymnals, "Lutheran Service Book" and "The Lutheran Hymnal."  We enjoy beautiful and rich hymns that have depth and meat in them.  If you visit us during the school year, you will witness young men and women raising their voices to fill the sanctuary with the praises of God, "teaching and admonishing one another in Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs." (Col. 3:16)

If you are accustomed to what is sometimes called "contemporary worship," please do not dismiss our worship as vain repetition or something to be ignored or looked down upon.  It is a beautiful service, filled with God's Word and with comfort we all need.  

A beautiful explanation of the main parts of the liturgy can be found in this article entitled "Why Go to Church?"

We hope to have recordings of our congregation singing the parts of the liturgy some time.  In the mean time, if you're in the area, please join us!  

The Church Year

Resource Materials arranged according to the life of the church year.

Midweek Services

Resources, sermons, bulletins and the like associated with our midweek services.

The Lord's Supper

Various Resources and Materials to learn more about the doctrine of the Lord's Supper and it's practice in this congregation.


Learn all about the rite of holy matrimony and wedding practices here at St. Andrew's!

A congregation of the Wyoming District of The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod serving the students of the University of Wyoming & The Wyoming Technical Institute