Worship Schedule

At St. Andrew’s, our primary gathering for worship is on Sunday mornings. We have two services: one at 8:30 am in the chapel and the other at 11:00 am in the church.  During the summer, we worship at 8:30 am and 10:00 am.  Nursery care is available for children through age 5. 

The 8:30 am service is a quiet, contemplative service without music held in our chapel.  Eucharist, or Holy Communion, is offered every Sunday at this service.

The main service at 11:00 am (10:00 am in summer) includes music from our chancel choir with congregational singing.  Eucharist is offered most Sundays.  On the 5th Sunday, we celebrate Morning Prayer, an ancient service with roots in the monastic tradition that includes scripture reading, the singing of psalms and canticles, and prayers.

As an Episcopal Church, our worship follows the form set out in the Book of Common Prayer, the compilation of prayers, devotions, and forms for worship that give our our services a sense of beauty and timelessness, while at the same time creating a bridge for God’s presence in our everyday lives. You will find that our services draw on prayers and practices from earliest Christian communities and are shaped in the Anglican tradition with elements that are faithfully, yet creatively re-imagined. Our music includes both ancient and contemporary chants and hymns. Our style is both reverent and relaxed. 

On Thursdays we offer a service of Morning Prayer at 8:30 am in the chapel. This service lasts about 20 minutes and includes the recitation of psalms, scripture readings, and prayers.

In worship we join with the Saints in personal and collective exaltation of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  Each time we gather, particularly through the celebration of the Eucharist, we are prepared to be sent forth to do God’s work into the world strengthened in body, mind and spirit.  Our presence at worship is an expression of our love for God and one another.  Here we find our bonds strengthened and ourselves healed and renewed.

In order to share the Body of Christ with those who have dietary limitations, we also consecrate rice-flour wafers.  
When you approach the altar to take Communion, simply tell the Presider that you are wheat- or gluten-free.