Come To The Table

This Weekend in Worship

Daughters and Son: Come To The Table

Studies have shown the bonding power of gathering at a table with other people. It is where we show ourselves. It is the beginning point of intimacy, of knowing others and being known by others. Just as King David invited his disabled friend’s son to sit at his table like his own son, when Christ the King invites us to the table, he is inviting us to be fully known as his own son or daughter. As sons and daughters of the King, we don’t have to bring something to the table.

6/1/2019 | 5:30 PM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Traditional
6/2/2019 | 9:30 AM | Rev. Arthur Jones, Dr. Scott Engle | Traditional
6/2/2019 | 9:30 AM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Contemporary
6/2/2019 | 11:00 AM | Rev. Arthur Jones | Contemporary

Next Series | Daughters and Son

The old saying “blood is thicker than water” is a misquote. The full saying is, “the blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.” In other words, in Jesus, we redefine what we mean by blood, from shared DNA of our familial ties to the shared covenant of Christ’s blood shed for us. When we follow Jesus, we inherit a new family of fellow believers. We have a place at the table. We find that we belong. We are a child of a living and loving God. The community of faith is what church is all about.

Who We Are

Like our namesake the apostle Andrew, we love to invite and connect others to Jesus, and to take risks in faith that grow God's kingdom. 

We are a church that welcomes the skeptic, works to strengthen the family, and is committed to being externally focused and evangelistic. We desire to impact the world in community through service and witness.

Coming Up Soon

Representatives to North Texas Annual Conference

Representatives to North Texas Annual Conference

June 2-5

St. Andrew is sending lay and clergy representatives to the North Texas Annual Conference, June 2-5.

Estate Planning Seminar

Estate Planning Seminar

June 1, 10:00-11:30 a.m., Room 131

Tackle the difficult topic of "what if", and learn how to navigate this decision-making process in this free seminar.

Connection Groups

Connection Groups

April 28-May 26

In Connection Groups, we explore practical ways to apply sermon series to our daily lives. New groups have recently formed!


Being in community with other Christians is critical to your spiritual growth. Whether you are interested in children, students, adults or families, new or a long-time member, you can find a place to connect. Take the next step in your faith journey by getting more involved.

Latest Stories

Charles Stokes Seminary Scholarship | Glenn Johnson

"That kid just showed me that there is suffering in this world. I stopped pursuing a business job, and I started applying for seminaries." .... The Charles Stokes Scholarship helps servants of Christ like Glenn pursue their call to ministry.

Charles Stokes Seminary Scholarship | Jennifer Kilpatrick

"When you ask God for a sign, you really need to be prepared for what you're going to get. Because it could potentially be pretty extreme." .... This is Jennifer Kilpatrick's story of life change, which the Charles Stokes Scholarship helped support.


In Jesus, God became one of us, and through the Holy Spirit is active in the world, changing hearts and lives. The ripple effect of each person making his and her unique contribution is resulting in a revolution of Christ’s love being felt in tangible, life-changing ways.

Whether you can volunteer each week or only a few hours every once in a while, consider making the kind of impact that only you can make. Your life and this world will never be the same!