Brotherhood of St. Andrew

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Brotherhood of St. Andrew is a ministry " for the spread of Christ's Kingdom among men and youth in the Episcopal and Anglican Communion."

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is a ministry "for the spread of Christ's Kingdom among men and youth in the Episcopal and Anglican Communion". Members follow a rule of prayer, study and service and strive to model responsible evangelistic behavior. First founded in 1883 by a small group of young Episcopalians at a downtown Chicago church, there are currently 25 chapters in the Diocese of Texas. 

Annual Meeting
Men gather to share ideas and have fellowship among those who work to spread God's word. Part of the retreat is devoted to the business of the Assembly. The meeting serves to:

  • learn what is going on
  • elect the officers 
  • decide on the next years' efforts.
  • Date for 2019 is Saturday, January 19 at Good Shepherd, 715 Carrell St., Tomball, TX 77375 beginning at 8:30 a.m. with continental breakfast. Meeting begins at 9:00 a.m. and concludes at 2 p.m. Lunch included, $10 donation. 

Annual Fall Retreat
The Diocesan Brotherhood Assembly gathers high-risk youth at Camp Allen for a weekend of fun, food and challenge conducted in prayer, study and witness. This is a weekend where members of the Diocesan Brotherhood Chapters come together in a common effort to promote the understanding and importance of having Jesus Christ at the center of one's life.

Events and Retreats
Click here for a list of events sponsored by the Brotherhood of St. Andrew.

Scholarships
The Brotherhood will give a $2,000 scholarship to a graduating high school senior in one of the parishes or missions in the Diocese of Texas, awarded in May. Each congregation may submit one applicant. Recipients will be selected by committee. Forward the application to:  

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew
2322 Spring Cypress Road
Spring, Texas 77388 or email to:  

With the application include: a transcript of grades, a letter of recommendation for the candidate written by the priest, youth director or senior warden. Deadline is April 2, 2019. No late applications will be accepted.

Requirements of applicant:

    • Must be a baptized member of parish or mission in the Diocese of Texas
    • Must have been baptized
    • Must be a graduating high school senior in 2019
    • Must be planning to attend a college starting in 2019
    • Must be in good standing and active in school and church
    • Must have a GPA OF 3.0 or better


For questions and more information, email: or call Dan Brast at 713.882.5058 

 

Board
President, Dan Brast, Holy Comforter, Spring

Vice President, Rick Ansell, Good Shepherd, Friendswood

Vice President Hispanic Development, Ed Alvarez, Holy Comforter, Sspring

Secretary, Chase Blosser, St. Stephens, Huntsville

Treasurer, David Hobbs, Good Shepherd, Tomball

Diocesan Coordinator, Houston, Pat Parham, St Dunstan’s, Houston 

Diocesan Coordinator, Austin, Dave Saxon, St. Albans, Austin