Thinking about joining the St. Andrew’s community? We’d love to have you! We have a dedicated team, community events, groups, and several worship times to give everyone an opportunity to be part of the St. Andrew’s family.
“God came among us in the person of Jesus of Nazareth to show us the Way. He came to show us the Way to life, the Way to love. He came to show us the Way beyond what often can be the nightmares of our own devisings and into the dream of God’s intending. That’s why, when Jesus called his first followers he did it with the simple words, “Follow me.” …Follow me and love will show you how to become more than you ever dreamed you could be. Follow me and I will help you change the world from the nightmare it often is into the dream that God intends. Jesus came and started a movement and we are the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus movement.”
-Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop
St Andrew’s was founded in Seguin in 1853. The original St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church building was completed in 1876. In the century following, changes and additions included extensive repairs for hurricane damage, construction of a vestibule and sacristy, exterior surfacing with limestone, chancel and altar additions, interior carpeting and replacement of the original pews. A gift was given to St Andrew’s which specified restoration of the chapel. Among other things, it stipulated replace current pews with the original pews or replicas of the originals.
STAFF & VESTRY
Meet the people that make St. Andrew’s the loving community that it is. Through hard work and dedication, these are the great people that help the members of St. Andrew’s worship, pray, celebrate, learn, teach, give, and serve together!LEARN MORE
There are lots of ways to get involved at St. Andrew’s, and we need your help! Take a look at the volunteer opportunities below and see what strikes your interest. Don’t worry if something is new to you or you don’t have any prior experience: We can help you learn and are always looking for new people!VOLUNTEER WITH US
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, a congregation of the Episcopal Church, and a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.