Welcome to the church with the red doors!

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is a part of the Diocese of Olympia and the Greater Grays Harbor community with our history going back to May of 1890.  Our members come from Aberdeen, Cosmopolis, Hoquiam, Elma, Montesano, Westport, Ocean Shores and surrounding unincorporated areas.  We are a congregation of varying ages who welcomes everyone wherever they are in their walk of life and faith.

Sunday worship with Eucharist is offered at 9 am.  The Book of Common Prayer, Rite II is the basis for our services with Holy Days and Saint Days celebrated.  Music is provided by our beautiful pipe organ, Steinway piano, handbell choir and chancel choir.  We welcome new members to be a part of the bell choir and chancel choir.

Faith education classes are offered for all ages.  The classes will vary throughout the year as determined by the interest within the parish membership.  Vacation Bible School is offered in the summer as well as camperships to summer camp.


To share God’s Love with faith, hope and trust by welcoming all.

St. Andrew’s Newsletters

St Andrew’s Newsletter Camp Huston Summer Camp This year Camp Huston has programs for youth ages 6-15, and Counselor Training for youth age 16 and up. Their Discovery Camp sessions focus on team building, with a challenge course, hikes, cook-outs,…

St Andrew’s Newsletter March-April Victorian Tea The St. Andrews Guild’s Victorian Tea will be held Saturday, April 20th from 2–4 pm. Sign up sheets for those who wish to help with the event will be available closer to time. Presentation…

St Andrew’s Newsletter Lent – Easter Easter Baptisms Father Don will be meeting with everyone who is interested in being baptized, or having a child baptized. The Easter baptisms will take place at The Great Vigil of Easter at 7:00…

About Our Congregation

St. Andrew’s is known for our community outreach as well as our red doors.  Our community outreach includes collecting food for the local food bank, school supplies for area schools, underwear and socks for the local clothing bank, and helping homeless families transition to permanent housing through the Family Promise Program. 

Our doors are open for AA and NA meetings.  Our parish hall is used for family reconciliation classes and meetings.  We also offer our church and parish hall for other community functions.  

Our Community

Contact Us

400 E 1st St
Aberdeen WA, 98520
(360) 533-2511


Rector’s Hours (by appointment):
Thursdays 1:004:30
Office Hours:
Wed-Fri: 10:303:30 pm
Holy Eucharist Sundays:
9 am