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Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are always welcome 

at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church.


We welcome infants and 90 year olds, teachers, auto mechanics, doctors, homeless people, scientists, stay-at-home parents, and everyone in between.


We welcome everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, physical or mental ability, education, socio-economic status, or cultural background.  

We invite you to join with us in creating this beloved community.


St. Andrew Presbyterian Church is located at 5301 Ponderosa Ave. NE, one block east of San Mateo and across from Montgomery Park.

Office Hours: 9am-2pm, Tuesday thru Friday

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As a Matthew 25 Church, we are committed to:

  • Building Congregational Vitality

  • Dismantling Structural Racism

  • Eradicating Systemic Poverty


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Worship at St. Andrew

Join us in person or from home, Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

Join us in person or from home, Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

As St. Andrew has been following the state's public health guidelines all through the pandemic, we now have a "masks optional but encouraged" policy in worship. Vaccinations encouraged but not required.

We will continue to live-stream the worship service for those who prefer to worship from home.  Simply click on the "Live Stream" in the menu above​

Click on the Link below to open the bulletin for the worship service.  You can Print It or Save it to your computer​ (Posted Friday or Saturday)

Adult Christian Education

 This Sunday, December 4th, we will continue our Advent Study of Celtic Christianity led by Rev. Joyce Thompso

Child Care During Worship

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church provides quality child care during our Sunday morning worship services for infants, toddlers, and children up to 7 years of age. Our dedicated child care space has been refurbished and our child care workers are caring. Emphasis is placed on each child's need for love and acceptance. Children are encouraged to spend the first part of worship with their parents (or grandparents).  

After Church

Join us for fellowship right after church in the fellowship room for The Alternative Christmas Fair



Help pass out lunches to our Park Friends, many of which are homeless.

Current Discussion Groups 

Historical Jesus Group

Spirital formation Group

Racial Justice Group


More Information in Announcments

* This week at a glance *

December 2 – December 10


  • Girl Scouts – Friday, December 2 at 5:30 pm

  • Sunday Morning Worship – 9:30 am The Second Sunday of Advent 

  • Adult Christian Education at 11:00 am  Advent Study of Celtic Christianity led by Rev. Joyce Thompson

  • Encantada: Band rehearsal – Sunday at 3:00 pm

  • New Church Officer Training – Sunday Dec. 4 at 6:30 pm in the Adult C.E. Room

  • ABQ Philharmonic Rehearsal - Monday at 6:30 pm

  • Presbyterian Women Bible Study – Tuesday 10 am 

  • Racial Justice Group – Tuesday at 4:00 pm (Zoom)

  • N.M. Peace Choir Rehearsal Wednesday – 6:30 pm

  • Stroke Club – Thursday 12/01 at 10:00 am

  • Bell Choir Rehearsal – Thursday at 6:00 pm

  • New Mexico Peace Choir Board Meeting – Thursday, December 8 at 6:30 pm (Library)

  • Choir Rehearsal – Thursday at 7:00 pm

  • ABQ Science Fiction Society Friday 12/9 at 7 pm

  • Laguna Colony – Saturday 12/10 at 10:00 am

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SOCIAL JUSTICE/MISSION Overview - More Details Here

Share Your Care: St. Andrew has dedicated weekday use of our building to Share Your Care, a major local mission partner. Share Your Care offers adult day care services to developmentally disabled adults in Albuquerque. 

Neighborhood Friends Sunday Lunch Ministry: Every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. (following worship) St. Andrew provides lunch, clothes, and toiletries to people who are hungry and/or homeless. 

FaithWorks: Through the ABQ FaithWorks Collaborative, St. Andrew works with other congregations to leverage shared resources in support of asylum seekers and people who are unhoused, or at the risk of becoming so.​

HopeWorks: St. Andrew provides food and serves the hungry bimonthly at HopeWorks in partnership with Second Presbyterian Church. 


Family Promise: St. Andrew is one of 20 congregations that provides food, transportation, and companionship to families temporarily without a home.


Habitat for Humanity: In support of decent, affordable housing in Albuquerque, St. Andrew raises funds, provides workers on the construction site, and makes lunches for workers each year. 


Health Ministries: Promotes health & wholeness in body, mind, and spirit. Central to this program are members/friends of the church -- “Knowledgeable Friends” -- willing to be confidential resource persons to those having public benefit problems or health-related concerns. 


Asylum Seekers Support: Some of our members provide hospitality for asylum seekers who transit through Albuquerque on the way to their sponsors.

SHINE Partnership: Through a partnership with Del Norte Baptist Church, Governor Bent Elementary School, and the Albuquerque SHINE organization, St. Andrew is involved in addressing poverty in our own neighborhood. We are working together to improve student learning, strengthen families, and build healthier communities. 

Souper Bowl Sunday: An annual hunger offering received for local food projects.

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November 27, 2022

Visions of Peace: Study War No More

Rev Roger Scott Powers