St. Andrew's by the Sea
St. Andrew's Church, Episcopal, Port Isabel

Welcome

Welcome to St. Andrew’s by the Sea Episcopal Church, a friendly community of faith to the young, old, and to the young at heart, a warm and caring church serving both our local community and also our many Winter Texans and summer vacation visitors.

Inspired by our patron saint, Andrew, a fisherman by profession, who became a “fisher of men”, we continue to bring the Gospel to the people of Port Isabel, South Padre Island and the surrounding communities in addition to our multitude of visitors.

St. Andrew’s, located at the point of Yturria Street and North Shore Drive, is an Episcopal Church in the Diocese of West Texas, situated on the shore of the Laguna Madre, with a breathtaking view of the water directly across from the church.

Please browse through the various areas of our website to learn more about our church. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing.

 

All Are Welcome ~ ~ ~ No Exceptions.

This week at St. Andrew's

Special Note:
The Rev Sandra Dower has returned for the Fall and Winter season ! ! !

Regular Weekly Service Times:

Sunday, 8:00am, Rite I Holy Eucharist ~ ~ Sunday, 10:00am, Rite II Holy Eucharist with Music

The Rt. Rev. Jennifer Brooke-Davidson was ordained and consecrated the sixth Bishop Suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas on July 29 in a festive service at Christ Episcopal Church in San Antonio. She is the first woman to be ordained a bishop in the diocese.

Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, led the service as chief consecrator and preacher. More than 750 people attended the two-hour festive service, including 25 visiting bishops who laid their hands on Brooke-Davidson as Presiding Bishop Curry ordained her a bishop and consecrated her for her role as Bishop Suffragan of the Diocese of West Texas.  Visiting bishops included five women bishops from other dioceses across the Episcopal Church.

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Kitchen Upgrade
 

The kitchen cabinets are in the final stages of completion.

 Just a couple of more Sundays and we will be back to normal.