Welcoming all to experience God's love
The people of St. Mary's Church welcome you to our website. We invite you to explore the pages in this site and learn more about who we are and what God is doing in and through us. Please feel free to contact us if we can answer any questions or be of help to you. We invite you to join us for worship or other activities. You are always welcome!
St. Mary's was established in 1947 by a group of devoted Episcopalians in Andalusia. We continue to strive to fulfill Christ's vision of an open, welcoming community of faith. We encourage each person to use his or her own unique gifts as we come together to be Christ's body in the world.
Our rector is The Reverend Cynthia Carter Howard.
Our Sunday morning worship begins at 9:15 am.
We would be delighted to have you worship with us!
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Rice and Beans Ministry
Our Rice and Beans Ministry will distribute supplies of rice and dried beans, plus other staples, from 9:00 am -
11:00 am, or as long as supplies last, at the church Parish Hall, 1307 East Three Notch Street, on Saturday, April 19th.
No paperwork or identification is required. Breakfast will be served, if social distancing requirements have been eased.
Our Laundry Love Ministry, to assist people with the cost of doing their laundry, will be open from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
on Thursday, April 16th, at the Soap Opera Laundromat, 1528 East Three Notch Street, Andalusia.
You can make electronic payments to St. Mary’s through the Venmo app (@stmarysandalusia). You can designate your gift for our general operating fund, our Rice and Beans Ministry, our building fund, a memorial gift, or other special purpose. Thanks!
Given recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and with care and concern for our members and for the larger community, we have cancelled worship services and other activities at St. Mary's until at least Easter. We will be checking voicemail regularly; please call 334-222-2487 if you have a need. (Our Laundry Love and Rice and Beans Ministries will go on as usual, with some limitations.)