We are here for you.

Please contact us when you or a loved one can benefit from care. We offer a variety of counseling and referral services, including community resources, for those who are troubled, ill, facing life changes or feeling lost.

If you would like to speak to someone, please call the main church number at 972-380-8001. For after-hours emergencies, please follow the prompts to reach the answering service. A pastor is on-call.

Or, if you prefer, drop us an email and we’ll be back with you as soon as we’re able.

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Prayer doesn’t equip us for the great work. Prayer is the great work. 
- Oswald Chambers -


May we pray for you or with you?

To receive prayer or learn more about how to increase your prayer life, click here.
 


Hospital Stays & Visits

Your health is important to us — and so is your privacy! Because your private health information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), when you list St. Andrew as your church home on your hospital admission forms, that doesn’t mean we’ll be notified. If you or someone you love is in the hospital, give us a call 214-291-8011 or email Donna Fenwick and we’ll be sure to stop by for a visit, prayer, and support.

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY

Ongoing Every Third Tuesday. | 10:00 a.m., Room 120

Prayer Shawls are knitted or crocheted for individuals experiencing devastating illness or loss. Don't knit or crochet? We will teach you. You may also knit or crochet on your own and donate shawls to the ministry.

 

GriefShare

Ongoing Every Second and Fourth Sunday Year Round
2:00-4:00 p.m., Room 131, Led by Rev. Jennifer Powell

If you are grieving the loss of a loved one, you can benefit greatly
from meeting with others who understand the deep hurt you feel.
Our video-based grief support group meets year-round twice a month,
and you may start attending at any time.

Funerals

Planning the details of a memorial service can be overwhelming, and we want to help in any way we can. As Christians, we grieve with hope in the Risen Christ, which empowers us to mark the occasion of death as a time in which the hope of the Gospel is reaffirmed with joy and peace.