• Welcome

    AT ST. ANDREW’S, we combine rich tradition with modern messages to provide a diverse way to worship, connect and grow.

    Rediscover Tradition

    St. Andrew’s supports you through all phases of your faith journey, and helps you rediscover Christ’s love through ritual, reason and meaningful connections.  Learn more about our community.

    Building Pathways

    A CAMPAIGN TO strengthen our ministries, connect with our community and better engage parishioners – both young and old. 

    A New Space

    In addition to expanding our ministries, the Gather & Grow campaigns includes a new facility that will transform HJs into a gathering space for the entire community.  Learn more about this exciting project.

    In Their Own Words

    GET TO KNOW our clergy, our values and our community by listening to past sermons.

    Celebrating diversity

    We are blessed to have three unique leaders who each have their own voice, their own passions, and their own interpretation of Liturgy. LISTEN

    Join us for Easter!

    YOU AND YOUR FAMILY are invited to join St. Andrew’s for Easter services: Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday morning at 8 and 10:15.  Visit our Event Calendar for an entire list of Holy Week services.

    St. Andrew’s Welcomes You!

    Even if you've never attended St. Andrew’s before, we invite you to join with us on this special day. In case you're a little nervous about trying something new and joining our Easter services, we've answered some basic questions.

Our Services

Saturday 5:00pm; Sunday 8:00am and 10:15am

Our tradition-meets-today worship provides each individual, couple or family a service that’s right for them.  Find out which is right for you.

Weekly Messenger

Stay Up To Date

Don’t miss any updates from St. Andrew’s.  Sign up for the weekly e-newsletter for messages from the clergy, event information, and volunteer opportunities.

Volunteer Opportunities

We need your help.

We are called not simply to believe in Christ, but to serve Christ in our parish, our city, and our world. Click here to view our upcoming volunteer opportunities.

Prayer Requests

Let us pray for you.

Do you or someone you care about need support?  Fill out this form to include a name on our weekly prayer list. 

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Tell us about your upcoming events so that we may promote them in our weekly communications.

Upcoming Events

  • Art Walks Join us for guided tours of Nelson Atkins exhibits created specifically for St. Andrew’s. Next tours include The Plains Indians, Angels as Messengers, Saints & Sinners, and Mother & Child. VIEW
    Special Event
    February - April 2015
    Fools for Christ’s Sake You are invited to an exclusive, premiere event starring the students from St. Augustin School in Haiti.  VIEW
    Fork and Screen Event
    Sunday, April 19 at 6:30
  • Sacred Spaces Our new meditation class for those seeking some peace and quiet. Sacred Spaces Contemplative Circle is FREE and open to the public. VIEW
    Special Events
    Thursdays @ 6:45pm
    Moms’ and Dads’ Night Out St. Andrew’s moms and dads meet up each month at a local bar for some kid-free fun. Visit the event calendar for our updated schedule. VIEW
    Special Events
    Every Month - 7:30 p.m.
  • Young Adult Bible Study This new formation opportunity provides young adults (20- and 30-somethings) with the opportunity to build lasting friendships and explore how the Bible is relevant to everyday life.  VIEW
    Adult Programs
    2nd & 4th Sundays
    Brown Baggin & Books Bring your sack lunch and get ready for great conversation.  Brown Baggin’ & Books meets at noon in the church library on the second Wednesday of the month.  VIEW
    Adult Programs
    2nd Wednesday

Blog: Father Halley

In Living Color

Written by Father Halley

Father Halley

Father Marcus Halley serves as the Pastor for Young Adults and Families at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. His blog "In Living Color" follows his many paths to the present. From his journeys to Royals Stadium with the youth group to the neighborhood coffeehouse each morning, he finds on all paths, God shall lead the way.

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Blog: Father Spicer

The Radical Middle

Written by Father Spicer

Father Spicer

As Rector of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Father John Spicer offers insight on working with his incredible congregation. His monthly posts includes his experiences in supporting school children in Maniche, Haiti to his recent sabbatical across the United States. An ongoing journal complimented with videos and image galleries gives us an inside peek of Father Spicers inspiring world.

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St. Andrew’s encourages everyone to participate in a life-long and life-wide faith. That means extending church beyond Sunday.  We want your faith to shape every aspect of your life – your work, your family, your beliefs.
Here are some examples of how faith intersects our lives on a daily basis, and how some of your fellow parishioners are building their life-wide faith.  


Boy Scout Troop 16

Recently, we celebrated Scout Sunday, where we raise up our common values of duty and reverence to God, service to others, stewardship of the earth, and stewardship of oneself.  Be sure to join Troop 16 on Tuesday, February 17 for the Shrove Tuesday dinner.  In addition to the traditional pancake supper, Troop 16 will be serving…chicken & waffles.



Who was St. Andrew?

What we know of our patron saint comes primarily from the Gospels, which describe Andrew as a fisherman working on the Sea of Galilee and one of the very first disciples Jesus called...



Friday Fellowship

St. Andrew’s new Friday Fellowship at Bella Napoli has not only sparked the attention of our neighborhood.  Check out this story that ran in the Kansas City Star highlighting this new and popular ministerial outreach...

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    Extending our mission and ministry to our families, our city and our world. Read More
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You and your family are invited to join us for Easter services!
Saturday Evening Easter Vigil at 8 p.m.
Easter Sunday at 8 and 10:15 a.m.
(Don’t forget about the Easter Egg Hunt between services)