Come and See. All are welcome here.
Welcome, and thank you for visiting our website! As the Rector of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Seguin, I am excited to be here and would be filled with joy to see you this Sunday for worship. Good things are happening here! We are growing both in Body and in Spirit, and we would love for you to come and join us as we share our love of Jesus with each other and the community.
Our Mission at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is to be a diverse, welcoming Christian family. We are committed to using our God-given talent to continually grow and improve our desire to worship, spread God’s love, and minister throughout our community.
Whether you are just curious about the Episcopal Church or you are searching for a place to belong, come, join us, and feel free to experience worship with us at your own pace. And know that no matter how familiar one is with the Episcopal worship service, “All Are Welcome,” in the name of Jesus. Most of all, we pray that any who comes to worship with us will feel and know the love we have for them and most importantly the love that God has for them.
Thanks again for checking us out. Hope to see you soon!
Fr. Stephen Shortess
Join us on Sundays in person or online at 10 am for our live streamed service!
8 am- Spoken Service- (Chapel)
9 am- Fellowship Hour
10:00 am- Principal Service- (Church)
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Holy Communion in the Chapel
Holy Communion in the Church – Livestreamed Service
St. Andrew’s fully embraces its Episcopal Heritage by living out the Great Commission of Christ through the intimacy of community, discipleship, and service.
STAFF & VESTRY
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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.