We are glad that you are interested in learning more about St. Andrew’s. We are a vibrant community of all ages, and we welcome everyone, no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. We hope that this website will help you learn more about our worship services and programs. We would love to speak with you any time. Please fill out some information to set up a welcoming appointment with one of our clergy by clicking on the “Seeker Information Form” button below.
—The Rev. Adrian Robbins-Cole

Seeker Information Form
Once you fill out a welcome card with your details, you will be on our mailing list as a newcomer for a year or two. As a newcomer, you are invited to our newcomer events, such as newcomer brunches, receive the weekly e-Pistle via email, and are encouraged to participate in any of the activities or programs that interest you. Most active members make a pledge and participate in our services or programs regularly.
No, we welcome all who are drawn to our services and activities.
We welcome all who are exploring spirituality or seeking a deeper experience of faith or knowledge of God.

We welcome all who enjoy the beauty and spirit of our services or who are interested in our programs.

People who attend do pledge during the fall stewardship drive to support the church during the following year. It is strongly encouraged as a commitment to and participation in the wellbeing of the church and its programs. If you’d like to make a pledge, you can find more information on this page.

Yes, our parish is open and affirming. The clergy are supportive of marriage and are open to discussing the particular needs of a couple.

Participate in a volunteer activity. Come to one of our fellowship events. Work at our annual May rummage sale, Bargain Haul. Attend an education event. There are many, many activities and ministries that make up our community life. Keep up with our communications.

Email the vestryperson for membership at membership@standrewswellesley.org, and we will provide you with one. Nametags help us get to know you.

The Episcopal Church has a liturgy based on The Book of Common Prayer, which gives our services a rich depth of language and centuries-old beauty. The Episcopal Church welcomes questions and honest engagement with issues of faith and theology.

St Andrew’s has a magnificent Juget-Sinclair organ, dedicated in 2006, and a full choir, which give our central Sunday services a beautiful musical depth.

A combination of lay people, clergy, and bishops make up the representative bodies of our church and together determine its policies, programs, and budgets.