Worship with Us:
In our church home or in your home

Worshiping together is a central part of who we are at St. Andrew's, and we will continue to do so during this season of social distancing. We will also continue to offer ways to worship from home.

We invite you to join us for either of our two Sunday morning in-person worship services:
8:00 am: A quiet spoken service with Communion
10:30 am: Holy Communion with hymns and choir


Out of respect for others attending please wear a mask and observe appropriate social distancing at all services.

We will also livestream the 10:30 service via Zoom. Gather with your family or friends at home and join us on your smartphone or computer.


A pdf of our bulletin for Sunday, October 24th is available for you to print and follow along with the prayers and responses.

Click here to join the service using Zoom

or click the Worship Online Tab at the top of the page to join using our YouTube channel.


St. Andrew’s is a church rich in tradition and ritual, but with a forward-looking attitude that welcomes all people, no matter where they are on their Christian journey. The members of St. Andrew's commune with God and each other through worship, prayer, and fellowship. As persons of reason and faith, we believe there is space in our worship to know God on an individual and collective level. Therefore, our community values each other's right to have a personal relationship with God—we do not let ideological differences disturb the community we have created together.

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We have been a vital part of the Stillwater community since 1891, when we were founded. Ever since then, our members have been significant members of, and contributors to, our parish community and  our larger Stillwater community.

We are an affirming church.


The OSU Canterbury Center is the Episcopal Campus Ministry at Oklahoma State University.  Though we are a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church,  everyone is welcome.  Through worship, fellowship, community outreach, and hospitality our aim is to grow in faith and share God’s love with friend and stranger alike. 


We Episcopalians believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in following the teachings of Jesus Christ, whose life, death, and resurrection saved the world. We have a legacy of inclusion, aspiring to tell and exemplify God’s love for every human being; women and men serve as bishops, priests, and deacons in our church. 

We believe that God loves you – no exceptions

The Book of Common Prayer is a treasure chest full of devotional and teaching resources for individuals and congregations, but it is also the primary symbol of our unity.  We, who are many and diverse, come together in Christ through our worship, our common prayer. The prayer book, most recently revised in 1979, contains our liturgies, our prayers, our theological documents, and much, much more.

Music in The Episcopal Church can be as diverse as its worship services. Although final authority over the music used in an Episcopal service is "the duty of every Minister" (Canon 24, Section 1), our hymnal draws all Episcopalians together musically in the same way that the Book of Common Prayer draws us together in prayer and liturgy. 

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