Welcome!

You might be wondering, what's it really like at St Andrew's Church? To put it simply, we're all about Jesus. You won't be met with shame, guilt, or condemnation. Our church is made up of imperfect people with every kind of story imaginable. No matter what you've been through or what questions you might have about God and faith, our church is a place where you'll find the love, grace, and forgiveness Jesus gives to everyone. What's more, we'd love to offer you a free gift. Simply fill out the short form on the subscribe tab and we'll send out your gift! NOTE: We value your privacy and would never spam you.
St Andrew's is located at 160 Vulture St, South Brisbane.
  • There are two car parks - the top carpark is entered from Vulture St and the bottom car park from Ernest Street. Parking onsite is free on Sundays if you are attending church.
  • The church is also close to Southbank rail and bus stations.
  • St Andrew’s has wheelchair access.
  • Bicycles can be chained against the railing next to the church hall.
  • Sunday services are at 8:30 & 10:30 am and 5:30 & 6:30 pm Services last 1-1.5 hrs.
  • Morning tea is served in the Hall after 8:30 and 10:30 services. There is supper after 5:30 pm in the church building.
  • There is a creche and Sunday School at the morning services during term time.
  • If you have questions, please phone Alan, Ian or Jo on 3844 3808.
There are churches dotted around the landscape, all over the world. Every Sunday Christians come to attend services. Many other things also happen in and around a church. So what’s it all about? Why do they do it? A church can be a building. More importantly, it describes the group of Christians gathered in that building. When the Bible mentions a church it always means the group of Christians, not the building they happen to be in. Local groups of Christians form churches to help and encourage each other in their lives as Christians. Churches also allow Christians to organise themselves to help the community and tell the community about Christianity. Christianity is a system of belief centred on Jesus Christ. It is also a life centred on Jesus Christ. To understand Christianity you must start with Jesus. Jesus lived almost 2000 years ago in what is now Israel. You can read about his life in the four gospels of the Bible. Christians believe that Jesus is God. Click here to find out the central message of the Bible: the good news about Jesus. Or check out this short video which explains the Bible in 3 Minutes or The Gospel in 90 seconds.

Our Vision
St Andrew’s is a healthy, thriving, diverse, outwardly-focussed community, united in Christ.
Our Purpose
To proclaim and live the Gospel of Jesus Christ, so that people will gather, know, grow, give and go.
Our Values
We are motivated by the love and grace of God shown to us in our Lord Jesus Christ, for all that He has done for us and continues to do in us through the Holy Spirit. We seek to be Christ-like in all our relationships through the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, as we grow in love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. We grow as disciples of Jesus through learning from the Word of God revealed in the Bible and through our fellowship and loving care for one another. We seek to serve God together in the church and in the world using the gifts and resources God has given us. We appreciate the contribution of all, whether volunteers or paid staff. We want to honour the action of God in bringing us together and in making us different as we seek to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

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Joanna Vandersee: Stipendiary Lay Minister (Youth, Children & Families)

Sophie Jung: Office Administrator (and Organist part-time)

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Parish Council
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Allan S.
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If you would like more information please contact us. Office Hours: 9am to 1.30pm Monday to Friday. Out of Office Hours please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible. Phone: 07 3844 3808 Church Office: 160 Vulture St, South Brisbane, Queensland, 4101.

  • Communion service using the Liturgy from 1978 An Australian Prayer Book.
  • St Andrew’s Choir during school term.
  • Sunday School: For 3-13 years old, Kindy and Primary during school term.
  • Morning Tea is in the Club Room beneath the Church after the service.
  • We have large-print service sheets at this service.
  • 10:30 am is an informal service for all ages.
  • Sunday School: for children 3-13 years old during school term.
  • Creche from 10 months old up to 3 y.o. during school term.
  • Communion: Third Sunday of every month.
Note: No service on 23 December 2018
Do Justice – Love Kindness – Walk Humbly with God – Declare Christ – Encourage one another – Pray without ceasing
  • 5:30 pm is an informal service ministering to students, young adults and workers.
  • Communion: Second and Fourth Sunday of every month
  • 6.30 pm is an informal gathering meeting the needs of those in the community with little church experience.
  • This service is in the Club Room under the church.
  • Communion: The First Sunday of every month.
1662 Holy Communion in the side chapel
A service to thank God for the lives of deceased family and friends especially those who have died in that month. The service is in the Chapel of Remembrance under the church.

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