St. Andrew’s campus houses three faith communities: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Trinity Cush Episcopal Church and the Darfur Community of Iowa. St. Andrew’s is an Episcopal parish that worships in English on Sundays at 10:00 am. Trinity Cush is a community from South Sudan whose primary weekly service is conducted in their native language Dinka Sundays at 11:30 am.. The Darfur Community of Iowa are Muslims from the Darfur region of western Sudan.
What to Expect
First-time visitors to Saint Andrew’s often remark on our friendly embraces during the Peace on Sunday mornings. (This is now on hold due to covid.) We are a close community of faith and we care deeply for one another. We believe this comes from praying together, working together, and having fun together.
Sunday worship happens at 10:00 a.m.. Most Sundays worship includes communion with gluten-free bread and wine. Worship follows a predictable format and printed bulletins are provided. You are welcome to wear whatever feels right to you--some folks will be in jackets and ties and some will be in jeans. Whatever you wear, we're just happy you're here!
Children are celebrated at Saint Andrew’s, including welcoming their presence during the worship service with a special message. Child care is available during worship for infants and toddlers up to age 4.
Join us on our journey to a closer relationship with God. Our doors are open to ALL.
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