Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church

306 North Division Street, Ann Arbor, MI   48104
734 663.0518  |


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Welcome to St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

St. Andrew's is an open and affirming church and is a member of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. We joyfully and unconditionally welcome everyone to God's table as we strive to feed God's children spiritually and physically.

About Our Parish

We are a vibrant and active parish - approximately 700 families currently call St. Andrew's home. Services are held at 8:00, 9:15, and 10:00 am every Sunday and 8:00 pm on Sunday from September through April. Additional services are held year-round on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
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If you are new to the Episcopal faith and would like to learn more about what we believe, please visit the National Church or the Diocese of Michigan.

If you are new to the Ann Arbor/Washtenaw County area, you may find the websites for the City of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County useful.

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Sunday Schedule

When you first attend a service, please fill out a welcome card, found in the pew rack, then put it in the offering plate or give it to one of the clergy following the service so that we can be in touch with you!
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8:00 am Holy Eucharist
9:15 am Family Service
10:00 am Holy Eucharist
8:00 pm Compline (Sept.-April)

Children Welcome

Children are a vital part of our congregation and are always welcome. Each Sunday during the academic year the Church School and Youth Faith Formation programming have more than 100 children ages 3-18. Children and youth spend part of the morning in classes before joining their parents and the congregation for communion.
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Each Sunday, a nursery is available for infants and toddlers. A class for three and four-year-olds is held at 9:45 am when Church School is in session. A service designed for families with young children is held each Sunday at 9:15 am in the Chapel.

Childcare is also available at no cost for Christmas and Easter services, as well as during other special parish events. Contact the parish office at 663-0518 to inquire about availability.


Faith Formation

We offer faith formation opportunities for all ages, divided into three categories: Children, Youth, and Adult.

Music at St. Andrew's

For those interested in music, five vocal and handbell choirs play on rotating Sundays during the 10:00 am service as well as at special services throughout the year. Our concert series, Music for Meditation, takes place on the first Sunday of the month from October to April.
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Outreach is an important part of parish life. For nearly forty years, St. Andrew's has been home to "The Breakfast" which provides a free hot meal to the hungry on a daily basis. The Breakfast is funded by donations and grants and is staffed by more than 500 volunteers. Please visit the Breakfast's website to learn more about the organization or for information on volunteering.

Get Involved in Ministry!

In addition to our music and faith formation programs, St. Andrew's has numerous groups and committees that cover all aspects of parish life from the Altar Guild to Bible Study to Stewardship.
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Planning Your Visit

Getting Here

Located at 306 N. Division St., between Catherine and Lawrence St., St. Andrew's is easily accessed via State Street, Main Street, or M14 (Main Street exit). DIRECTIONS


There is a small parking lot behind the church that can be reached from Catherine Street. The lot is open during the week for office and committee business; on Sundays it is reserved for those with mobility problems. Additional parking can be found on the nearby streets and in the Community High School parking lot when Ann Arbor Public Schools are not in session (weekends and evenings). Community High is located directly across Division Street from St. Andrew's, the Community High lot can be accessed from Fifth Avenue (near Zingerman's).

Handicap Accessibility

Our Catherine St. parking lot is reserved for handicap parking on Sundays. We have accessible entrances to both the Sanctuary and the parish offices. The Parish Hall and church school classrooms can be reached via elevator (located in the lobby, next to the chapel).

For those who have telecoil hearing aids, our Sanctuary is equipped with this technology. Additionally, a large print hymnal and Book of Common Prayer are available by request.

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Welcome to St. Andrew's

Whether you are new to Ann Arbor or a long-time resident it is our hope that this church can be a part of the place you call home.

We have a number of activities and opportunities for involvement here, and at times that may seem overwhelming. Please use the links below to learn more about us, our programs and what makes St. Andrew's the place it is. It is one of my chief concerns that everyone who comes through our doors finds the spiritual nourishment they seek and a place at the table in our extended church family. If there is anything I can do to help make that happen for you, please let me know.

Again, welcome and know that we are glad you are here with us. I look forward to getting to know you better in the days and years to come.

Yours in Christ,
The Reverend Alan Gibson, Rector