The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is an international ministry of men within the Anglican Communion with corporate offices in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. The Brotherhood was incorporated by an Act of the U.S. Congress signed May 30, 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt. That Act states, “the sole object of said corporation shall be the spread of Christ’s Kingdom among men.”
The Brotherhood provides a structure for bringing men and boys to Christ which is national and international. Chapters of the Brotherhood are lay-led, and offer the clergy a united and dedicated group of men within the parish for the advancement of Christ’s Kingdom.
The Brothers Andrew, as they are called, are governed by three Disciplines: Prayer, Study and Service. They seek to involve men and boys more and more into the life of the Church, and in the process, win more of them to Christ. In addition to Christian fellowship, the Brotherhood offers the spiritual support men need in order to live out their faith.
If there is something missing in your congregation’s ministry to men, the Brotherhood of St. Andrew stands ready to help. In this diocese there are two Chapters of the Brotherhood, with others in the process of forming. For more information, you are encouraged to make contact in any one of the following ways:
Province VIII President and Diocesan Coordinator:
Bro. Conrad Plyer 360-769-5910