Join us for Worship at St. Andrew’s

Join us for Worship at St. Andrew’s

Central to the Christian faith is the call to gather together in worship so that we may be fed and transformed by the powerful love of Christ made known to us in communion and in the sacrament of Holy Eucharist and then to be sent out into the world, sharing that love and healing with all we meet.

However, due to the current health situation of our country (COVID-19), we have temporarily suspended worship in our church building. This does not mean that we will not worship, for that is a basic need in our Christian lives. Rather this means we will worship in a new way, meeting you in your homes through the live-streaming of our service. You will be given specific information as to how to engage with us, for being in connection is our primary hope, even though we need to practice physical distancing.

When we are able to safely worship together in-person in our church, these are our regular worship times:

Sunday Worship Schedule 

8a.m. Rite 1 (traditional language), quiet spoken service

10 a.m. Rite II Holy Eucharist  (contemporary language) with music, a different expression of joy, and the active involvement of our young people.

First Sunday of the Month –

Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayers

(chanting during prayers)


9 AM – Morning Prayer


9 AM – Morning Prayer

10 AM – Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayers at The Episcopal Home

(adjacent to the church)


8:30 AM – Meditation in the Parish Library


5:00 PM Contemplative Eucharists or Taize Services are offered throughout the year highlighting a particular saint or feast day, where longer periods of silence, reflection, chanting, and meditation are offered to bring us into that “small, still voice of God”. Please check our website calendar for upcoming dates.