"I am the Good Shepherd; the Good Shepherd lays down His life for the sheep."

John 10:11 



St Andrew

St Andrew, our patron, was the "first called" of the apostles and was the brother of St Peter. After living a life of devotion to our Savior as one of the Twelve Apostles, St Andrew suffered martyrdom by crucifixion. We pray that we may follow his good example of responsive faith and uncompromising devotion.




Our Province

As members of the Reformed Episcopal Church, we are a sub jurisdiction and a founding member of the wider Province: The Anglican Church in North America. This Province connects us to over 50 million other committed Anglicans worldwide, bound together by the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON).

"I was a stranger, and you welcomed me."

Matthew 25:35


Every person who walks through our door is embraced and welcomed as though they were Jesus Himself. Whether you are young or old, lost or found, distressed or joyful, rich or poor, Christ's Church is where every human being truly belongs. Every visitor and member brings unique gifts and contributes something useful for the Kingdom of God. We look forward to meeting you, and we hope that your experience with us brings you closer to the Living God as we worship Him in Spirit and Truth.



The ancient service of Morning Prayer, or Matins, is held at 9:30am every Sunday before the service of Holy Communion. Come join us for this beautiful start to Sunday worship!

"Lift Up Your Hearts!"

The Divine Service of Holy Communion is celebrated at 10:30am. It is the chief worship service of the Christian Church and has been celebrated by Christians throughout the world every Sunday morning since Jesus' Resurrection, two-thousand years ago. Like Baptism, the Lord's Supper is a Sacrament and seal of God's covenant with His people. However, it is also a true participation in the life-giving Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ (1 Cor 10:16), who suffered for us once for all upon the cross (Heb 10:10). Only those who have been baptized in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit may receive Communion, but all are welcome to participate in the entire service. 

Ritual Note: As traditional Anglicans, we continue to use the rites of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer as adapted to the Reformed Episcopal Church in the United States.