Welcome Come work with us in our soup kitchen
or our vegetable gardens
All are welcome Connect and grow together
It's Time for Church Our service starts at 10 am on Sundays.
Zoom with us this Sunday.
Meeting ID: 283 342 0189
All are welcome.
Why Our Church

We are a church that
believes in Jesus, a church
that loves God and people

We have a strong sense of community with parishioners. People and children of all ages here are encouraged to learn about their own faith and the role of the church in our community and worldwide.


Our Community

Our church is open and friendly with many social activities. To keep our missions running smoothly, we have committees anyone can join.


Church Mission

The mission of our church is to bring awareness about God’s existence to people of all ages and encourage them to discover their own faith.


Join a Group

If you wish to become a part of our chuch or a volunteer to help those in need, our community is awaiting you with our open hearts.

From Our Home

Come along. We could use your heart, your help, your kindness and mind.

Upcoming Events

This Sunday, 10 am
Join Zoom Worship: Meeting ID: 476 843 000 Password: 476843000

Coffee hour. After the dismissal, I will keep the meeting open so we can chat and have coffee hour online. It will be wonderful for people to check in. If you’d like to subscribe to our email list, we send out Zoom event information weekly. Just contact: saintandrewsfull@att.net

Windowpane Discussion Group on Tuesday and Wednesday Nights
6-7 pm
Join Zoom Worship: Meeting ID: https://zoom.us/j/2833420189

The Windowpane Discussion Group (WDG) updates, please visit Ron’s Facebook page.
Anyone who would like to join us to check in on sustaining ourselves — out of fear and into faith — during this Shelter in Faith time. This meeting is to empower ourselves to ensure we emerge from this sheltering stronger, more faithful, and that this time is meaningful.

Live Nativity and Garden Lights • December 20th, 4 pm – 7 pm
St. Andrew’s Commons at Victoria and Chapman in Fullerton
1231 E. Chapman Avenue

A beautiful outdoor experience with live camel, llama, goats and sheep, plus Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus. Meander past the camel to see the 3 Kings. Bring something for Baby Jesus – diapers, food, or cash!. Gifts will support our ministries to vulnerable and homeless families. Enjoy the garden’s boats festively decorated! For more information: Live Nativity Event

The Music & Candlelight of Christmas with Joshua Wood on Piano
December 22, 7-8 pm
In St. Andrew’s Sanctuary

Grab your mask and come stop in at the church to reverence the creche, see the candle light and decorations, and listen to inspired Christmas music.

Christmas Eve Service of Lessons and Carols
December 24, 8 pm
Face to Face on Zoom

Home for Christmas with the story of our Savior’s Birth
Join Zoom Worship: Meeting ID: https://zoom.us/j/2833420189

Christmas Day Virtual Service with Bishop Bruce
December 25, 10 am
On the Episcopal Diocese Facebook page and YouTube channel

The service will be a multilingual lessons-and-carols format, featuring readers and musicians from around the diocese. “We’ll have all the languages in which services are conducted in the diocese,” says Bruce, including English, Korean, Spanish, Mandarin and more. Clergy in the diocese are invited to take a Christmas day break by guiding their parishioners to this online offering.
No prior registration or signup will be needed to view the service, which will also be available on demand after its initial airing.
From The Blog
He is Risen, 2020.
He is Risen, 2020.

Why a song called Were you there when they crucified my Lord?  Because it’s also a song about were you there when God raised him from the tomb? Were you

Puppies as a spiritual practice.
Puppies as a spiritual practice.

Before the sheltering in place took effect, I took on another puppy. Another being the third of my pack of doodles. Some friends thought I was going around the bend,

Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross, prints by Margaret Adams Parker, contemporary naming of the crosses today.

Maundy Thursday Homily
Maundy Thursday Homily

Remembering the last night with his disciples, we reflect on our ministry and the ministry of Jesus in service and suffering.


“Creation, mercy and reconciliation is the way of the Lord.”

Guide us and guard us O Lord. Make us each an instrument of your peace.
Empower the unique gifts you have given us,
Let not my fear get in the way of your glory today and tomorrow.
Let me be by your side this day and forever more.


The Words of Jesus: a provocative look
by The Rev. Dr. Beth Kelly
Let It Shine
by The Rev. Dr. Beth Kelly
The ``Greed`` Sermon: the work of selfishness
by The Rev. Dr. Beth Kelly

New Worship Information

How we worship is changing with COVID-19, as we "Shelter in Faith."