Our Beliefs

Our Beliefs

The Vision of St. Andrew’s is rooted in our mission and core values. Our Mission is to Worship God, Grow in Discipleship, and Share Christ’s Love. Our Core Values are Gratitude, Compassion, and Integrity.  St. Andrew’s Vision By 2...
We are Episcopalians

We are Episcopalians

This logo is a link to the Episcopal Maine website. The word “Episcopal” comes from the Greek word “episcope,” which means oversight. To be an “Episcopalian” is to be governed by bishops. Modern day bishops continue the work of the first apost...
Our History

Our History

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History of St. Andrew’s Church Building and Grounds

History of St. Andrew’s Church Building and Grounds

St. Andrew’s Church was dedicated on November 22, 1883, by the Right Reverend Henry Adams Neely, Bishop of Maine. Both the land and the church building were the gift of Captain William T. and Katherine Cottrell Glidden. Before that, Episcopal services w...
Timeline of the History of St. Andrew’s Church

Timeline of the History of St. Andrew’s Church

YEAR EVENT June 1875 The Reverend Herbert C. Miller, rector of St. Philip’s, Wiscasset, begins weekly services, probably held in private residences. Services soon moved to the Taniscot Engine House. 1876 Services a...
Frances Perkins

Frances Perkins

Frances' Perkins' summer parish was St. Andrew's Church. Though born in Boston in 1880, Frances Perkins was strongly connected to Newcastle throughout her life.  From summers spent at the Brick House on River Road, built in 1837 as a wedding gift...