Andrew the Apostle was born between AD 5 and AD 10 in Bethsaida, in Galilee. The New Testament states that Andrew was the brother of Simon Peter, and likewise a son of John, or Jonah. He was born in the village of Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee. "The first striking characteristic of Andrew is his name: it is not Hebrew, as might have been expected, but Greek, indicative of a certain cultural openness in his family that cannot be ignored. We are in Galilee, where the Greek language and culture are quite present."
In the Gospel of Matthew (Matt 4:18–22) and in the Gospel of Mark (Mark 1:16–20) Simon Peter and Andrew were both called together to become disciples of Jesus and "fishers of men". These narratives record that Jesus was walking along the shore of the Sea of Galilee, observed Simon and Andrew fishing and called them to discipleship.Learn More
DRG Policy Regarding COVID
Our current policy related to COVID dictates that all adults in large groups must wear a mask while inside the church building, regardless of vaccination status. This includes during our worship services. Unvaccinated children must also wear a mask.
Sundays: Rite I service is at 8:30 AM in-person.
Rite II service is at 10:30 AM and is in-person and on Facebook Live.
Tuesdays: Morning Prayer is in-person in Kendrick Chapel at 9:30 AM.
Thursdays: Eucharist and Healing service is in-person in Kendrick Chapel at 12:00Noon.