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  • Phone: (972) 548-7990
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  • Mailing Address: 6400 McKinney Ranch Pkwy, McKinney, TX 75070

 

 

Worship

In response to the coronavirus epidemic, all public services and events have been temporarily suspended through at least April 12. There are no in person worship services at St. Andrew's this Sunday, but we are still having regular worship!

Worship With Us:

On Sunday mornings our service of Morning Prayer begins promptly at 9:00 am as both a Facebook watch party and a YouTube premier. You can join us on either site and participate in the service, following along with our digital bulletin

Even though it's online, this allows us to have in the experience of worshiping together at the same time. You can share prayer requests and sing praises and comment along the way. We'll confess, and bless, and be together in the presence of God. We even have a Children's Sermon for our younger members. 

March 29

Links will be live by Saturday evening, March 28.

If you can't join us at 9:00 am, after we're done the services will be available on Facebook and YouTube at any time.  

Once the links are ready for the week, you'll be able to find everything above. You can also find the Facebook information on the church's Facebook page, and the YouTube premier information on the church's YouTube channel page.

Past Services: March 22

Past Services: March 15

 


 

 

When we are able to gather for worship, each of our Sunday services offers a unique style to accommodate different types of worship preferences.

 

  • 9:00 AM is more contemporary led by praise musicians singing a mixture of modern and traditional Christian music accompanied by guitar, bass, keyboard, and drums. 
  • 11:10 AM is a more traditional worship service, with hymns led by our adult choir.

Nursery Care is available at all services. Children's Church is available at the 9:00 and 11:10 a.m. services.

             

All Sunday services have Holy Eucharist according to Rite II of the Episcopal Church's Book of Common Prayer. The Eucharist brings both the past and the future to present reality as we remember Jesus’ life, death and resurrection and await his coming again. In the Eucharist, we give thanks for what God has done for us in Jesus Christ. And as one worshiping body, we break bread together and take communion at the Lord’s table.

Even if you’ve never experienced a service like ours before, we pray that you will join us and experience it for yourself. 

St. Andrew's is part of the global Anglican Communion, the Episcopal Church of the United States and the Diocese of Dallas.