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 Weekly Mass Schedule
Wednesday Healing Mass  6.30 pm
Sunday Low Mass  8.30 am
Sunday High Mass   10.30 am
1002 South Main Street 
 Greenville, South Carolina, 29601
Rector  Fr. Geoff Taylor  864.235.5884

 “Follow me and I will make you fishers of men.”

It is St. Andrew’s joy to welcome you in the name of Christ.  Welcome home. The members of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church invite you to worship of Jesus Christ in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Episcopal Church. This rich tradition includes use of incense, bells, and other such appointments that help us to set apart the mass as sanctified time. It is truly a way to worship God with all of one’s senses! We gather as the loved Body of Christ to worship, engage in ministry, enjoy fellowship, and to make a difference in Greenville, SC.

And they straightaway left their nets and followed him.


Prayers for June

  The following people have asked for your prayers. Please do not inquire as to the reason, as God knows and we must trust in His grace: Anita, Aunt Betty Jean, Aunt Jane,  Barbara, Bill, Bob, Chuck, Claire, Colleen, Connie, Dick, Fred, Gretchen, Hannah, Jim, Lucille, Madeline, Margaret Lee, Marshall, Thomas,  Winnie. Consider your own …

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Am I a being a good steward?

Am I being a good steward? Every Christian is called to a life of stewardship by the Baptismal Covenant . Do you believe in God the Father? Do you believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of God? Do you believe in God the Holy Spirit? Will you continue in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, in …

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Are you caught up with the Bible Challenge?

Can you really read the Bible in a year.  Of course you can. Click here for the Events calendar with daily readings highlighted in green. The 2014-2015 Bible Challenge is a way for people of all ages in this Diocese to join Bishop Waldo in reading the Bible in one year beginning October 1, 2014. …

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Journey to Easter through the Sacred Triduum

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,   Easter, the Feast of the Resurrection of our Lord, is not a standalone event.  It comes at the end of Holy Week, a week of events that lead to the arrest, crucifixion and death of Jesus of Nazareth.  Easter stands as both conclusion and beginning.  The Resurrection completes …

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