We are St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
We are multi-generational and
ethnically diverse. We are reformed and
catholic, creative and faithful. Come
help us to become more fully the image
of God! Our doors are open, following all necessary COVID-19 cautions to make sure you and your family can worship in comfort. We look forward to seeking, growing, thinking, praying, with you as we seek to realize the Kingdom of Jesus Christ in the Carrollton neighborhood of New Orleans and beyond!
The Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana was established in 1839 and is part of The Episcopal Church. We are one church, faithful to our Lord Jesus, united in mission, reaching out through service and proclamation to all for whom Christ died. We live in joyous expectation of God’s
transforming power, compassion, and mercy in our lives. All are welcome!
Our boundaries are made up of the the 24 civil parishes in the southeastern portion of the State of Louisiana. Our diocese is comprised of over 17,000 Episcopalians; 48 worshiping congregations; a conference center, the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center; 16 diocesan and parish day schools. Our cathedral, Christ Church Cathedral, is located in New Orleans. Our bishop, the E12th Bishop of Louisiana, is The Rt. Rev’d Shannon Rogers Duckworth.
The Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana is one church, faithful to our Lord Jesus, united in mission, reaching out through service and proclamation to all for whom Christ died. We live in joyous expectation of God’s transforming power, compassion, and mercy in our lives.
The Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana is, by grace, a vital community, reborn in the wake of tragedy, forging a new
and prophetic environment of healing, trust and empowerment as servants
of Jesus Christ.
The Episcopal Church welcomes all who worship Jesus Christ, in 111 dioceses and regional areas in 17 nations. The Episcopal Church is a member province of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
The mission of the church, as
stated in the Book of Common Prayer’s catechism (p. 855), is “to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.”
As part of that mission, we’re following Jesus into loving, liberating and life-giving relationship with God, with each other and with the earth as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement. We seek every day to love God with our whole heart, mind and soul, and to love our neighbors as ourselves (Matthew 22:36-40).
For the Episcopal Church, the Jesus Movement calls us to focus on three specific Priorities:
Listen for Jesus’ movement in our lives and in the world. Give thanks. Proclaim and celebrate it! Invite the Spirit to do the rest.
Embody the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus with each other.
Encounter and honor the face of God in creation.
The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life
The Way of Love is a way of life. More than a program or curriculum, it is an intentional commitment to a set of practices. It’s a commitment to follow Jesus: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, Rest.