Worship at St. Andrew’s
Everyone is welcome
We have no dress codes, no preferred seating, no expectations for donations or participation. We come to St. Andrew’s to find joy in being with God and each other.
At communion services we welcome all who are baptized to join us in receiving the bread and the wine. Those who are not baptized are urged to come to the altar for a blessing.
After worship on Sundays we spend time together as a community. We encourage visitors to join us.
The gathering of the community for worship is central to our life at St. Andrew’s.
Sunday: Holy Eucharist 8 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.
Tuesday: Eucharist & Intercessions 6:30 p.m.
The 8 a.m. service is a simple celebration featuring spoken prayers and liturgy. This service takes place in the chapel.
The 10 a.m. service features hymn singing and choral offerings by our choir.
The 6:30 evening service is held in the chapel. It is an intimate service, often led by members of the congregation.
No matter which service you choose to attend you will find similar elements: readings from the Bible, prayers for ourselves and the world and a time for reflection.
All of our services are conducted using the Book of Common Prayer, adopted by the Episcopal Church in 1979. We use Rite Two at both Sunday services.
One who wishes to study the Bible readings for a particular Sunday may do so with the help of the online lectionary options.