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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church is a congregation which belongs to the Presbyterian Church (U. S. A.).  Our congregation is a member of the Synod of the Sun and the Eastern Oklahoma Presbytery.

Our congregation was formed on February 23, 1955, as an outreach of Second Presbyterian Church, Tulsa.  It was originally located on the outskirts of Tulsa and met at Patrick Henry Elementary School and Eisenhower Elementary School before constructing our own building.

In 2007, St. Andrew's joined with the congregations of Southminster Presbyterian Church and the Church of St. Giles in a new partnership, moving into the building of Southminster and beginning a new adventure as "the Presbyterian Churches in Brookside".  The parish was still three separate congregations, but we held joint worship services and administered many joint ministries.

In May, 2010, this partnership was dissolved and, after conducting separate worship services for several weeks, St. Andrew's relocated to a new "church house" at 8501 South Delaware in Tulsa on August 1, 2010.

As a result of this move, some of our ministries and activities are changing.  As we further develop our ministry in our new location, activities and times may be changed.  You may contact the church by telephone to see about any changes.

The facilities in which we worship are accessible for the physically challenged.

A synopsis of our mission is that St. Andrew's lives to:




Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church.  While the ultimate authority is the Bible, the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U. S. A) consists of The Book of Confessions and the Book of Order.

The Four "Pegs" Of The Presbyterian Church

  1. Absolute sovereignty of God.
  2. Supremacy of Scripture.
  3. Freedom & responsibility of persons.
  4. Parity of ministry.

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