Welcome

Welcome to St. Andrew's Episcopal Church!


There's a lot to explore here, and so that you don't get lost in all the details... 

see below for some basic ideas:


* As we see it the purpose of the church is restore all people to unity with God and each other through Christ.


* More specifically at our particular church, we are trying to do just that by being a loving, inclusive community, while we equip everyone for ministry.


Service Times

Special Note:

Only one service at 10AM November 26th for

St. Andrew's Day.


Monday Services:

10:00 AM - Lectio Divina Service

7:00 PM Every 2nd & 4th Monday of the Month - Healing Service sponsored by the Order of St. Luke.


Wednesday Service:

Noon - Eucharist Service


Thursdays Service:

7:00 PM - Lectio Divina Service


Sunday Services:

8:30 AM Rite I - more formal with some traditional hymn singing.

10:00 AM - Education classes for all ages.

11:00 AM Rite II - less formal with more music in a variety of styles.


Miss last weeks sermon by Fr. David? Click here to catch up on Youtube!

Harvey Relief Information

Dear St. Andrew's family,


Here is an update on Episcopal relief efforts for the damaged caused by hurricane Harvey.  The Diocese of West Texas and the National Episcopal Church are directly involved.

Quite a number of our churches were affected by the storm. Many congregations in the area are in need of help OR are centers for relief efforts in their cities.

http://www.dwtx.org/departments/committees/disaster-response/

http://www.episcopalrelief.org/stories/hurricane-harvey-2017-what-can-i-do-to-help

As you will see in the links above there is a need for cash donations, and some on-sight volunteer help, but most donations of clothing etc. cannot be processed as this time and is not as helpful as one might think.

Note:  there is also a call out for 'Bug Spray' (Deet) - as you will read in the latest update above from the Diocese.  You may bring them to St. Andrew's and we will be looking for ways to deliver this item to the people in need.


Thank you,

Fr. David