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New Here?

Welcome! We’re so glad you’re here. Wherever you are on your journey, you are welcome to celebrate Christ’s love with us here at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.

Everyone here at St. Andrew’s has been a newcomer at some point. You might have questions when planning to visit a church for the first time, and we hope the following information is helpful.

Connect With Us!

We’d love to meet you. Our doors are open and all are welcome to any of our events, all of which can be found on our Upcoming Events page. Any of our clergy and staff are also available and happy to meet for coffee, any time. Their contact information can be found on the Leadership page.

Follow us on Facebook and on Instagram. Visit our blog.

Worship with us

Sunday Services at 8:00 (in-person only) and 10:30 a.m. (in-person & live-streamed)

Our Sunday services are at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. You can also join us online for a live stream of our 10:30 a.m. service on our Facebook page (You don't need a Facebook account to watch!). Info about each week's service is here

More information is available here

* Masks required at in-person worship. Enter by River Road entrance only. Click here for the current diocesan COVID guidelines being observed by St. Andrew's. 

Mid-Week Service

Join us for Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayer every Wednesday at 11 a.m.

Children's Ministry & Resources for Families

Click here for resources you can use at home.

Children's Chapel
Children's Chapel for children aged 3 through 5th grade meets Sundays beginning at 10:15 am on the playground on Ferguson Road. Lessons are based on Bill Gordh's Building A Children's Chapel One Story at a Time as well as the readings from the Episcopal Liturgical calendar. We like to treat our Children's Chapel as a 'one-room schoolhouse' where all children learn together, the older ones helping the younger ones to understand God's abundant love for them. To that end, recreation on the playground will be followed by Bible storytime and a craft with children returning to the church to join their parents for communion. A small snack will also be provided. Parents are always welcome to participate in Children's Chapel. We look forward to seeing you there!

St. Nicholas Chapel

St. Nicholas Chapel is open for prayer and meditation 24 hours a day. It is accessed by the entrance at the corner of Main St. and River Rd.

Stained Glass Windows & Stations of the Cross

St. Andrew's stained glass windows tell a continuous story of the life of Christ, beginning with the Annunciation and ending with Pentecost. See and learn more about our windows here. The Stations of the Cross depicts the final hours, or Passion, of Jesus. See our beautiful Stations of the Cross here.

Funeral Customary

St. Andrew’s Funeral Customary is a document that contains helpful information not only about planning funerals but also about living wills, organ donations, powers of attorney, and other end-of-life considerations. It is a very helpful reference for yourself or for loved ones. Click here to download your copy of the Funeral Customary. Please contact the church office if you would like a printed copy.

Service Dogs Welcome at St. Andrew’s

Animals are one of God’s great gifts to us.  The loyalty and affection of our pets and service animals can be for us a reminder of the way God loves us – completely and abundantly.  What a blessing that some animals are able to serve as helpers and companions to humans who need a little extra help!  Service dogs are always welcome at St. Andrew’s.

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