St. Andrew's Episcopal Church - Tucson

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church - Tucson

Who We Are

You Are Always Welcome Here

Saint Andrew's is a historic church full of love located at the corner of 16th Street and 5th Avenue in downtown Tucson. At St. Andrew’s you can listen to engaging sermons, experience God through the beautiful music offered by our choir, share your spiritual journey in a small group, or build relationships over a cup of coffee. We make room for doubt and questions because we believe they are integral to the process of making your faith meaningful to you.

Poor or rich, old or young, you are welcome here. Divorced, married, partnered, widowed, single, you are welcome here. Gay, straight, bisexual, transgendered, you are welcome here. Questioning, struggling, wrestling with God, you are welcome here. Searching, discovering, wondering, you are welcome here. Sinners and saints, even if you believe you have no place in a community of faith, we believe you could find a place in ours. St. Andrew’s is a little church full of love. We seek to deepen our lives spiritually, nurture relationships with one another, and to feed our neighbors in need.

Our Services

Service Times

  • 10:00am - Bilingual liturgy of word and sacrament
  • 07:30am - Sung Morning Prayer using the St Helena Breviary
  • 07:30am - Sung Morning Prayer using the St Helena Breviary
  • 07:30am - Sung Morning Prayer using the St Helena Breviary
  • 01:30pm - Second and Fourth Saturdays Contemplative Prayer Group

What to Expect

What are services like?
St Andrew's is aspires to include multi-cultural languages and elements in our service. We begin with the traditional Episcopal prayer books and music and expand by integrating cultural aspects of the community where we are located.

What is the community like?
St Andrew's is an inclusive and welcoming community.

What if I'm not a Christian?
All are welcome, wherever you are on your faith journey.


Rev Canon Debbie Royals

Rev Canon Debbie Royals

Rev Debbie is Pascua Yaqui and a native Tucsonan. Her passion for ministry is lived out in serving all God's people, meeting them where they are and inviting them into rituals of prayer and worship.

What Members Say

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    The first time that I attended St Andrew's, I knew that I was "home". I was wounded from a prior church and felt welcomed and loved. I have been attending regularly ever since and have witnessed so much love and acceptance, not only for myself, but for others as well. The parish has been respectful during the COVID pandemic and the parishioners are incredible.
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