Visiting St. Andrews
We’re happy you are visiting our website and hope you come to worship with us. We have a nursery, and programs for children, youth, and adults. Please fill out the News from the Pews card in the pews and drop it into the offering plate or give it to an usher. And please introduce yourself to the clergy after the service.
Masks that cover the nose and mouth are currently required at all times while inside St. Andrew’s building. Please help us keep our parish family safe by complying with this policy.
Parking is available on Fraser Street on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings and at all times in designated spaces behind the church and at Trinity House (across the alley). Additional parking on Sunday mornings is available at the Beaver Avenue Parking Garage at the corner of Beaver Avenue and Fraser Street. Handicapped parking is available behind the church.
Wheelchair access is gained by entering through the double glass doors facing Fraser Street and taking the elevator to the second floor or by entering through back door near the handicapped parking signs.
Our worship custom
Our worship custom is to stand to sing, to stand or kneel to pray and to sit while listening.
Everybody is welcome to receive Communion at God’s Altar. Those who choose not to receive wine from the chalice may receive only the bread. People who are not able to go to the altar to receive communion should notify an usher so that Communion can be brought to them. Gluten free wafers are always available.
Child care is available for infants and children to age 3 during the 10:00 Eucharist, and children ages 3 through sixth grade may attend church school classes during the 10:00 Eucharist. An usher or greeter will guide you in the right direction.