On Sundays, we have two worship services. At 8:00 am, we worship in the smaller historic Chapel. This is a more quiet service, with no music and traditional language. There is a sermon and Communion. After that service ends, around 8:45, we head to McKeogh Hall for coffee and something to eat. At 9:15, the children and youth head off for their own Sunday School programs, and adults stay in McKeogh Hall for Adult Christian Formation. What we study changes from season to season, but it usually involves some teaching by our priest, Reverend Alex, and some small group discussions. At 10:00, we break so that the Choir can go rehearse. At 10:30, we gather in the Church, our newer and larger sanctuary, for a service of Holy Communion. This service has lots of lively music, Children’s Chapel for the little ones, a sermon, and Holy Communion. Please join us for any part of our Sunday morning activities!


8:00 am – Holy Eucharist Rite I
Everyone in the Chapel

9:15 am to 10:00 am – Formations
Adult Christian Formation in McKeogh Hall
Youth Christian Formation in the Youth House
Children’s Formation in the Youth House

10:30 am – Holy Eucharist Rite II
Everyone in the Church

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm – Youth House
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting


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!


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.