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    Texarkana Chapter


The Brotherhood achieves its ministry through Prayer, Study and Service.  For the past number of years, the emphasis has been on Service as we planned, fundraised, and completed the Recreation Center at St James Day School.

As we begin a new year, we hope to balance our continued Service with a renewed emphasis on Prayer and Study.   

Contact Charlie Cook for information about this dynamic group of Episcopalian Men serving Christ here in Texarkana.

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The Spread of Christ's Kingdom Amongst Men and Boys

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is a missionary and evangelism ministry of the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion. In fact, it is the oldest evangelistic ministry of the Episcopal Church. Our goal is to bring men and boys to Jesus Christ.

We believe, Salvation can be found only by a public acceptance of Jesus as the Son of God, risen from the dead and Lord in your life; The authority of the Holy Scriptures; The power of the Holy Spirit; and the fellowship of believers.

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is an international ministry of men within the Anglican Communion dedicated to bringing men and boys to Jesus Christ. Its corporate offices are in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.

The Brotherhood was incorporated by an Act of the U.S. Congress signed on May 30, 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt. The act stated, "the sole object of said corporation shall be the spread of Christ's Kingdom among men."

Members are called Brothers Andrew and are required to accept and observe the Brotherhood disciplines of Prayer, Study and Service. Brotherhood chapters usually meet once or twice per month in Episcopal and Anglican churches. A portion of each meeting is devoted to each of the disciplines of Prayer, Study and Service.

Any baptized Christian man may be a member of The Brotherhood of St. Andrew. However, only men who are confirmed in an Anglican or Episcopal church or a church in communion with the Anglican or Episcopal Church may become a chapter, regional or national officer in the Brotherhood.

For more information, contact The Brotherhood of St. Andrew, PO Box 623, Ambridge, Pennsylvania, 15003. The phone number is (724) 266-5810 and the Brotherhood may be emailed at

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