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Proclaiming Christ and His Kingdom.

Saint Andrew's is a mission parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church, demonstrating its faith in our Triune God through liturgical worship, confessing evangelical commitment to the primacy of Holy Scripture, and fostering its faith community through Jesus' ordained sacraments.

We are currently gathering at Arizona Christian University. Join us on Sundays at 4:00 PM. Our services start at 4:00 PM and end at 5:30 PM. We have a communion service every week and use the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. We believe in strong expository preaching and welcome all branches of Christ's Church to the Lord's Table every Sunday. We only have one requirement and that is baptism in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. If you have not been baptized, then come listen and talk to us afterward; all are welcome. We're an evangelical church and believe in preaching the gospel and Christian discipleship. In attending a service you will see that we love the Bible and that our services are saturated with the scriptures and the good news of Jesus Christ.

On the first and third Sundays of the month, we have a catechism class that is a time of great discussion. We have a shared meal every week. We believe Sundays are the Lord's day (the Christian Sabbath) a day of rest and feasting. We normally get to the campus to set up at 3:30 PM and don't leave until 9:00 PM. It's a time of fellowship, prayer, singing, and encouragement to everyone involved. If you're looking for a group of happy and joyful people; then look no further.

We invite you to our mission at Arizona Christian University and hope you can visit us.

1 W. Firestorm Way, Building 2500, Glendale, AZ 85306
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Our Mission

To multiply faithful servants of Christ; who will commit themselves to the worship and doctrines of the Anglican way, and who will work by God's grace and for His glory to disciple the nations through the ministry of the Church.