Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church

New Orleans

Sunday Mass 10 AM and 6 PM

1031 S. Carrollton 

New Orleans, Louisiana 70118


Upcoming Events and News at  St. Andrew's


September 19 , Pentecost + 15

Join us at 10 AM for Holy Eucharist, featuring vocalist, Annalise Cassar ,and Organist, Anna Briscoe.
Vestry on Duty: Jim Briscoe
Fr Jim Morrison will celebrate and Br Todd van Alstyne will preach at both 10 AM and 6 PM masses.
Karl Harrod will lead music at 6 PM.

Eucharistic Minister: Andrew Liles

Reader 1: Marjorie Garnier

Reader 2: Jim Briscoe


September 15, 7 PM

St. Andrew's Chancel Choir 

Practices resume on 9/15 and every Wednesday at 7 PM. All returning and new singers are welcome. The choir's first Sunday back will be October 3rd!


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2021 Pumpkin Patch
September 26-October 30
Sundays: 9:30 AM - 8 PM
Weekdays: 3 PM - 6:30 PM
Saturdays: 9 AM - 9 PM

Concerts on Friday Nights
Beer for Sale!

Congregation: Sign up here to volunteer to work the patch!!


October 5 -- Healing Mass.

Join us on the first Tuesday of every month for a special mass at 6 PM where are intentions are for healing of body, mind and spirit. Holy Unction is offered.
"One of the two who heard John the Baptist speak was ANDREW, Simon Peter's brother. He first found his brother and said to him, 'We have found the Messiah' [which is translated Anointed]. He brought him to Jesus."

[John 1:40-42a]

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Mission Statement

"Living our Baptismal Promises empowered by the Holy Spirit we are a community of faith that boldly professes that Jesus rose from the dead and in his victory we find new life. Sunday after Sunday we gather to celebrate Holy Eucharist and being enriched by the Scriptures, Communion, and Community we are strengthened to go forth and put our faith into action. Bearing the name of ANDREW, our patron we constantly invite others to the joys that we have found and welcome the gifts that others bring to our church to help us grow in diversity, justice and love."

"We are the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement"

-Most Reverend Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church

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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

1031 S. Carrollton

New Orleans, LA  70118

(504) 866-0123

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