St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church


Hello Friends, thanks for visiting the website to learn more about St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. I like this church; it’s a good place to work and a good place to be an explorer of religious faith, as well as someone who has been in the Episcopal world for some time. There are lots of different kinds of people who are here for many different reasons.

Some of our people want to study and are working hard to ask questions and to integrate their faith in a post-modern 21st-century world. They want to teach their children and teenagers about Christianity but are unsure how to go about it.

On the other hand, some parishioners are comfortable with their faith as it is and are happy to serve the community, love their neighbors by working in the food pantry or Habitat for Humanity, and make new friends.

Still others are passionate about social justice on a larger scale: for the earth, the poor, the outsiders, and peaceful coexistence, and they feel Christ is calling them to be activists at St. Andrew’s.

If you are trying to imagine what this church is like and what it feels like before you attend on Sunday morning or before you get involved in some of our social action ministries, then please watch the visitor video or click on the contact tab to find ways to get specific questions answered.

Warmest Regards,

Fr. David Archibald

Our Services


3 Sunday Eucharists

8:30  – Rite I Service
9:45 – Rite III Service In-Person Only
11:00  – Rite II Service

4 Morning

Prayers services

Monday – Thursday (Online Only)
9:30 am – Morning Prayer

Watch us online

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Our Team


Rev. David Archibald

Rector

Married to his wife Kim; has a step daughter -Mikayla – who loves cosplay and the arts; has been a priest for 30 years; likes fitness, metaphysics, sports, 70s rock ‘n roll, Eckart Tolle, Sufi poetry, all dogs…

(and cats are OK too.)

Christina Pagonis

Youth Minister &

Parish Administrator 

A trans woman, LGBTQIA+ rights advocate, parent of many cats, and follower of Jesus. Loves theology, working on old cars & computers, puzzles, Japanese anime, gaming (both of the board and video variety) and community service projects. Can’t sing to save her life, but that still doesn’t stop her from trying. Raised Roman Catholic, but found her spiritual home in the Episcopal Church.

Carol Waltner

Children’s Minister

I’ve been an educator for a long time–primarily as a teacher or instructional assistant in preschools through community college levels and as a developer/administrator of early childhood education and teacher training programs. During the most recent 15 years, I’ve helped the children and their families at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church experience and share God’s, abundant love.

Darrin Newhardt

CHOIR DIRECTOR

While new to the Episcopal world, Darrin is exceptionally skilled on the piano and organ and has special gifts in creating special liturgies and multi-media musical events.

 Darrin is married to Sharon and they have a son, Evan. He also teaches private vocal and piano lessons – which he will be doing from St. Andrew’s – so, if you or your kids want an excellent teacher, you might want to hit him up.

Agi Graham

Financial Administrator

Agi is short Agata – the polish version of Agatha which is where my family hails from. Mom is Jewish and dad is Roman Catholic. I’m married to Roger a financial analyst and all-around good guy. We have four kids and I have been working as the bookkeeper for the church since being pregnant with my first some 19 years ago.

Fred Murphy

Sexton

“Pretty handy with tools and stuff.” Retired Navy; likes traveling; old cars, target shooting; meeting new people, and has lots of family in Georgia.

“We are helping everyone in the transformation from Ego to Spirit, training disciples of Jesus who are transforming society by Love of the Poor, the Outsider, Non-violence, and the Planet”

6110 N.W. Loop 410 San Antonio, Texas 78238

210-853-0844