Worship Times(currently suspended due to COVID 19)

10:00 a.m. in English

11:30 a.m. in Dinka

At 10:00 a.m., we worship in English. On most Sundays we celebrate the Eucharist, with Bible readings, prayers, and music following the Episcopal calendar and drawing on various traditional and contemporary resources. Children are an important part of our worshiping community and often help with leadership. Occasionally we worship with Morning Prayer, led by a member of the congregation, or with a creative worship service geared toward families and children. 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!

 

At about 11:30 a.m., we pray in the Dinka language using the Prayer Book in the Dinka Bor dialect, with Bible readings following the Episcopal calendar and traditional Dinka music.

Video Sermons and Services

For printed sermons from 2020 click here.

Inclusivity

Convinced of God's grace, Saint Andrew's Episcopal

Church affirms that there can be no exclusiveness in the body of Christ. We welcome all, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, gender, ability, culture,

socioeconomic standing, education, family configuration, military status, or political perspective; and we

encourage the full participation of all in the

life of our congregation.

Our Shared Vision

Saint Andrew’s is a vibrant

community of faith striving to

provide a nurturing spiritual home for all, embracing God’s desire

for justice in the world.

Mission Statement

Pray… We are a worshiping community,

            dedicated to deepening our relationship

            with God.

  

Think…We are a questioning community,

             actively exploring our faith and purpose.

  

Act……We are a social justice community,

             serving as God’s hands

             in this world.