St. Andrew’s is a welcoming congregation for spiritually searching and growing persons and families from Catholic, Protestant, or any other background.
We are an Episcopal parish, part of the world-wide Anglican Communion, and a diverse congregation united by worship and service.
If you join us on Sunday or our Wednesday Noon service, you will find a friendly welcome. Our services are “user-friendly”—we announce all page numbers and stage directions, and we give you time to find your place. You will observe a variety of worship styles (some kneel and cross themselves, some do not). Children are welcome, either in church or at our Sunday School classes during the first part of our 10 a.m. Sunday services, later joining their families for Communion. Some of us are new to the Episcopal Church, new to St. Andrew’s, new to Christian faith, or new to any kind of religious community. Some of us have been here a while, and we are excited to welcome you and to welcome your insights and gifts as we follow Jesus into the future. (Fr. Martin often quotes the poet Antonio Machado: “Traveler, there is no path; the path is made by walking.”)