Welcome, and know that we are glad you are here! St. Andrew's is an open and affirming congregation and welcomes everyone.
Black and White in Ann Arbor is a four-part series that hopes to foster a greater understanding of the roots and complexities of black-white relations in Ann Arbor, and inspire action in our community.
Join the Social Justice Ministry on Wednesday, February 20 for a potluck and presentation entitled “Ann Arbor and Civil Rights,” a discussion of events and attitudes in Ann Arbor during the civil rights era. The program will provide context for local events in national trends, and the personal narratives of residents. Professor Angela Dillard and Dr. Debby Mitchell Covington, both at UM, will offer information that is vital to understanding race in Ann Arbor today.
The evening begins at 6:00 pm in the sanctuary for Evensong, a service of evening prayers, and from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Parish Hall for a Potluck and Presentation. Group discussion follows a formal presentation on the night's topic. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit THIS WEEK.
FEBRUARY 20 poster | SERIES poster
The 2018-19 MUSIC BROCHURE is now available! We hope you will join us at one of our many special musical events this year.
St. Andrew's joyfully and unconditionally welcomes everyone to God's table.
Services are held four days a week.
We strive to feed God's children of all ages spiritually:
- The Church School
- Journey to Adulthood
- Adult Formation Programs
Make a joyful noise! Grow your talent in one of five choirs for children and adults.
The 10:00 am Sunday service is filled with music.
Engage in our community and the world around you as we celebrate God's word and Christ's love through more than a dozen ministries.