Personal spiritual growth, mutual ministry, and Christian service.


The saving grace of Jesus Christ through the Cross, the authority of Holy Scripture, the power of the Holy Spirit, and the fellowship of all believers.


Our vision strives to develop and equip men and boys for faithful discipleship to effect changed lives throughout the world for the greater glory of God.


The mission of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew is to disciple men and boys unto a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior through the lifelong disciplines of daily prayer, regular study and committed service.


Members are called Brothers Andrew and are required to accept and observe the Brotherhood disciplines of Prayer, Study and Service. Brotherhood chapters usually meet once or twice per month in Episcopal and Anglican churches. A portion of each meeting is devoted to each of the disciplines of Prayer, Study and Service.

Any baptized Christian man may be a member of The Brotherhood of St. Andrew. However, only men who are confirmed in an Anglican or Episcopal church or a church in communion with the Anglican or Episcopal Church may become a chapter, regional or national officer in the Brotherhood.


Discipline of Prayer
To pray daily for the spread of Christ’s kingdom, especially among men and youth, and for God’s blessings upon the labors of the Brotherhood.

Discipline of Study
To study the Holy Scriptures regularly and the teachings of the Church, to attain a better understanding of how to follow Christ and bring others into his kingdom.

Discipline of Service
To make continuous efforts, week by week, to bring others nearer to Christ through his Church.

The Brotherhood at Resurrection

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is open to all men over age 16, not just for a select group. It was founded over 100 years ago and is one of only two organizations chartered by the United States Congress. The other organization is the Boy Scouts of America.

The Brotherhood promotes prayer, study and service. It does not require much time-consuming participation, but allows any level, small or large. We try to make prayer and study available and provide the services that we can, either projects or regular activities. If everyone does a little, it can add up to a lot, but we need more people who can do something now and then, to get more service done.