About Us

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is an intergenerational community encountering God’s grace together. We believe we have something for every age group that encourages spiritual, relational, and personal growth. Our hope is to be a deep faith and deep church community that desires to be the light of Christ in the world beginning right here in NW Tucson, shining brightly as we move out into our schools, work places, recreation, and our city.

As our mission statement says, we strive to “know God and make God known through lives transformed by Christ.” We understand it can be intimidating finding the best place to start in a church our size. We encourage you to look through the many opportunities we have a St. Andrew’s, and we invite you to join us as we seek to become more like Christ.

Worship Styles

We have three Sunday morning services. Each has a unique feel and style.

7:30 am Communion Service || During this service, we sing praises through hymns, say prayers, listen to the Word of God through bible-centered preaching and celebrate Holy Communion weekly. The music is lead by organ, with special guest instrumentalists and vocalists appearing regularly throughout the year. Please join us for this very intimate service in our chapel.

9:00 am Contemporary Service || Each week, our contemporary worship is lead by our worship team consisting of a variety of instruments, such as guitar, bass, piano, drums, singers.  The music selection ranges from current Christian songs to more traditional hymns that have been reset to a contemporary feel.  There are also elements of drama and video sprinkled through the year as well. This service take place in the main sanctuary on the SW campus.

10:45 am Traditional Service || In this service we feature listening to the Word of God through Bible-centered preaching and musical presentations, as well as various liturgy and much prayer. The hymns are lead by the organ and the chancel choir, which provides anthems throughout the fall and spring. The service is also musically enhanced by the appearances of other ensembles within the music ministry including the Wittman Ringers, Children’s Choir, Men’s Ensemble, St. Andrew’s Orchestra, St. Andrew’s Clarinet Choir, as well as other special guest musicians. This service take place in the main sanctuary on the SW campus.

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