Welcome to Saint Andrew Church

In 1870, Portuguese, Irish, and German Catholics headed by John Vincent approached Bishop Mullen and asked that a church be built to serve the people in the Northwestern part of Erie, many of whom were fishermen.  The church was built at 6th and Raspberry Streets and dedicated to Saint Andrew, the fisherman, July 16, 1871 with Reverend J. McCabe as the first pastor.  The original church burned and was rebuilt at 7th and Raspberry in 1915.

Honoring our Patron, Saint Andrew, our churches history and generations of parishioners, we welcome all into our home.

Our outreach programs include: a pantry which provides food, clothing, prayer, a community garden and luncheons; a Faith Formation Program with a special class for people who have special needs; weekly  bible studies; daily rosary; and religious  services to nearby senior living centers.

As our population and campus age, we humbly seek community support, inviting you to be a part of protecting a beautiful community of people that remain dedicated to supporting the mission of Jesus to love God and neighbor.   

First Communion

 Congratulations to our tri-parish 3rd graders who received First Eucharist.

 

Baptismal Parent Meeting

Baptismal Parent Meeting:

Sunday-May 19, 2019—9:30am

Meetings will take place in the Religious Education Office.

For more information call Carol 455-5853.

The session will last about 1 hour.

Sponsors are welcomed and encouraged to attend.

 

 

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Start your Marriage Preparation Journey with St. Andrews

St. Andrew Church offers Pre-Cana and Marriage Preparation.  We are currently booking 2019-2020 wedding ceremonies.  Start this important journey with a solid foundation of faith at St. Andrews. 

Marriage Quick Links:

Pre-Cana: http://www.saintandrewerie.com/pre-cana

Weddings: http://www.saintandrewerie.com/weddings-

We want to hear from you

FAMILY FAITH FORMATION SURVEY 

The purpose of this survey is to gain a better understanding about your faith journey, so that we can make recommendations to our pastor and Faith Formation Team.  Please if you could take the time to print this survey and return it to the collection basket or the Faith Formation office we would greatly appreciate it.  Thank you so much for giving us your time. 

Click the link to begin the survey: (family faith survey)

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Parish Membership

Become a Member

The parish of Saint Andrew, a welcoming, joyful and renewing Catholic community, dedicates itself to serving all of God’s people with the love of Jesus Christ and His mission.

We welcome new members. To be a member of St. Andrew Parish you must be registered. All those out of high school should be registered individually. Parish membership is required to be a sponsor at Baptism and Confirmation, to be married in the parish, or to have a child baptized. Click here to view the registration form. 

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Staying connected made easy with our App

To get the St. Andrew Parish App:

1)  go to apps

2)  go to play store or app store

3)  open my parish Catholic life

4)  click on the St. Andrew church listing

      

 

Mass Times

Sunday: 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

Weekday Masses are in The Annunciation Chapel (located in the white building by the parking lot). The Mass times in our Chapel are: 8:00 a.m. on Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. There is No Wed. mass.

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Food Pantry

The St. Andrew and St. Jude Food Pantry

By the grace of God and the generosity of our donors we are able to serve anyone in the neighborhood within our Second Harvest boundaries and all parishioners in need.

Location: St. Andrew Parish Center

Time: 1:30 pm-4:00 pm every other Tuesday

Contact: Ken Adams; 814-440-7813

Food and clothing are available.

 

 

Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
8:00 a.m. to noon
12:30 p. m. to 4:00 p. m.

Wednesday, closed all day.

Weekend Eucharist

Sunday: 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Holy Day Eucharist
7:00 a.m.

or as marked in bulletin