Traditional Anglican Worship. Biblically-Centered Preaching. Evangelical Commitment.
917 Lamar Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
This Sunday, July 24th at 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon
in the Church
A reception will follow in Koslow library.
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness; let the whole earth stand in awe of him. Set aside time to come and worship in this sacred space in time and place.O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness; let the whole earth stand in awe of him.
Set aside time to come and worship in this sacred space in time and place.
Welcome to the homepage of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Fort Worth.
We are the mother church of Anglicanism in this part of Texas, established in 1875. We are located right on the edge of beautiful downtown Fort Worth. We do hope you enjoy your cyber-visit. You can learn quite a bit about us as a Biblically-centered, Evangelical Anglican community through this site. And you will find the names and contact information of a number of the leaders of various ministries of the parish. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have. But best of all, please pay us a visit in person. We have plenty of convenient parking and we would love to have you join us!
The Rev. Dr. R. William Dickson, Rector
8:00am Holy Communion in the Chapel
10:30am Morning Prayer (Holy Communion on 1st Sunday)
5:00pm Evening Prayer in the Chapel
8:45am Prayers for the Church and Prayer Troop
8:45am Breakfast in the Parish Hall
9:15am Adult Education & Sunday School
(Seasonal Choral Evensong at 5:00pm in the church)
TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS in the Chapel
12:00pm Holy Communion - Tuesday Only
7:00am Holy Communion - Thursdays Only
8:30am Morning Prayer - Tuesdays & Thursdays
5:30pm Evening Prayer - Tuesdays & Thursdays
Read the latest edition of our church newsletter, The Messenger.
Kairos Prison Ministry exists to give inmates a short course in Christianity, as well as maintain ongoing contact to encourage them in their faith and walk with Christ. Jim Rhea and Duane McDaniel will be making a trip to Hutchins Unit state prison August 17-21. How can you be part of this ministry and respond to a spiritual opportunity to follow Christ’s call to “visit the least of these” in prison, even if you never actually enter a prison?
If you can help, including your willingness to pray for this event and the amazing impact it makes on the inmates and their families, contact Jim Rhea at 817-239-0815 or Duane McDaniel at 817-443-0606. “Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body.” Hebrews 13:3