We worship in the beauty of the Anglican tradition of the Episcopal Church, following the Book of Common Prayer, a treasury both ancient and modern that has drawn generations of Christians to a deeper love of God through Christ. Together - all ages, all races and ethnicities, all sexualities - we gather weekly to hear God's Word proclaimed in Scripture, to receive Christ through the Eucharist, and to be sent through the power of the Holy Spirit into the world for service.
Our worship is a work of the whole church. Lay volunteers read scripture, lead prayers, sing hymns, serve as acolytes, and support our priests as they share the Gospel and celebrate the Eucharist. Our members particularly value the familiarity of the long- established Episcopal liturgy.
We are privileged to pray together in an exquisite space. This sacred space is hallowed by the prayers of worshipers who have come here for sustenance and strength for more than 115 years. We invite you to join us for worship as we receive, rejoice, and respond to God’s love.
8:00 am - Holy Eucharist Rite I in the Chapel
(spoken + traditional)
9:55 am - Children's Chapel in Brooks Hall
(K-5th grade + join for Eucharist)
10:00 am* - Holy Eucharist Rite II in the Nave
(sung: family oriented, livestreamed)
5:00 pm* - Contemplative Eucharist in the Chapel
(quiet + reflective)
*Children’s Chapel meets in Brooks Hall immediately before the service for children in kindergarten-fifth grade. Children rejoin families in sanctuary at the peace in time to receive communion with their families.
12:00 pm - Holy Eucharist Rite II in the Chapel
(healing + traditional)
Our live-streamed and archived services offer a way for anyone seeking a church to sample St. Andrew’s services to see if we might be a fit.
We invite you to join us for worship at St. Andrew’s. if you cannot attend a service because of distance, illness, or family obligation we recommend our live-streamed and archived services.
We live-stream our 10:00 am Sunday services and our Evensongs on Facebook, and we archive those recordings on YouTube.