COVID-19

 
 

ST. ANDREW'S VIRTUAL WORSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP OPTIONS:

 

Sunday

10:30 AM - Livestream of Eucharistic Service on Facebook Live

11:00 AM - "Virtual Coffee Hour" (via Zoom directly after service)

                  An electronic bulletin is available for this service.  

Wednesday

5:30 PM - "Virtual Coffee Hour" (Via Zoom, click link below)

6:00 PM - Evening Prayer Service (Via Zoom)

                  An electronic bulletin is available for this service.  

 

Every weekday

9:00 AM- Morning Prayer with Diocesan Clergy

12:00 PM- Noonday Prayer with Diocesan Clergy

8:00 PM- Compline with Diocesan Clergy

 

 
 
 
 

Additional resources for staying connected and engaged in this unprecedented time:

St. Andrew's Facebook Page

Diocese of Northwest Texas Daily Office

Diocese of Northwest Texas Coronavirus Resources

Diocese of Fort Worth Online Worship

Washington National Cathedral on Youtube 

 

 


Dear St. Andrew's Family:

Bishop Mayer has suspended all in-person Worship in the Diocese of Northwest Texas and the Diocese of Fort Worth. As he states in his press release: "It is important for the Church to model responsibility during this very serious moment. It is going to take all of us to slow the spread of this virus – which will save lives."

St. Andrew's will resume all in-person worship services and programming on April 5th. Until then, all in-person Sunday and Wednesday Services are suspended. The suspension includes all Sunday Morning Formation and programs such as the Wednesday Night Lenten Series and the Sunday Breakfast Ministry as well. 

In the meantime, we are looking at a variety of ways to keep you connected and provide worship from the comfort of your home. As those plans are solidified, we will let you know. Until then, we leave you with the words of Bishop Mayer: "Lent is a time of self-sacrifice and exploration so that we might open ourselves to God’s presence in our lives in new and wondrous ways. Therefore, I invite you to practice a LENTEN FAST from public worship … for the next few weeks, as an act of love toward your neighbor, especially the elderly and vulnerable.”