No matter where you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here.
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.
November 14, 2018: The Social Justice Ministry of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church welcomes you for the second event, “Ann Arbor and Slavery,” which will explore the complex realities and controversies of abolitionism and its opponents, the Underground Railroad and slave-trade profiteers in Ann Arbor and SE Michigan. UM History Professor Derek Peterson will present historical issues still that resonate today.
On Wednesday, November 14, please join St. Andrew's 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.
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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.