Calling the Christianish to become Passionate Servants of Christ!
Andrew United Methodist Church
Calling Christians to become passionate servants of Christ
St. Andrew United Methodist Church has been serving the needs of the community since 1986 when the Bishop of the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church appointed the Rev. Robert Hasley to organize a new church in Plano.
The church first met at Shepton High School and counted 250
members. Since then, St. Andrew United Methodist has gathered
nearly 1,800 congregants and celebrates five services at week in
Plano and Frisco.
The Plano campus started out on five acres at the intersection of Mira Vista Boulevard and Plano Parkway in 1986. It now occupies 21 acres, with a new sanctuary and education, nursery, music wings.
These blessings have allowed St. Andrew to continue its mission of calling Christians to become passionate servants of Christ.
Serving as the hands and feet of Christ, St. Andrew’s members devote time, talent and treasure to His use in the enrichment and transformation of lives in the community, country and world.
The distinguishing marks of St. Andrews are best illustrated by a commitment to the basics of Christianity and by a Christian lifestyle, rather than by assenting to a particular scheme of beliefs.
United Methodists share a common heritage with other Christians:
that God has mercy and love for all people
• Belief in a triune God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
• Faith in the mystery of salvation through Jesus Christ
• Celebration of the sacraments
United Methodists also share four main guidelines for belief. These guidelines help us understand our faith, and include:
Bible tells us that the church is one body of many parts. St.
Andrew is a large congregation, and we believe it is especially
important to provide each individual with opportunities to connect
to the church community and contribute their unique
Please come join us.