There will be one service only on Sunday, July 3 at 10:00 a.m. 

At St. Andrew, we are committed to being the hands and feet of Jesus in Indiana and the world. At this time, we are partnered with and committed to serving the following missions:

Africa University is the first and only fully-accredited institution of higher learning established on the African continent by the action of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church.

 St. Andrew provides an annual scholarship for an Africa University student as part of the support of the Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church.  We also support Margaret Tagwira, a researcher at Africa University who has been instrumental in developing the Chaya project with the goal of encouraging all small farmers to grow the nurtrient-rich Chaya (tree spinach) plant. Margaret has received support from Purdue University as well as from members of the St. Andrew congregation. 

Members of the St. Andrew team have visited Africa University to explore the efforts to support small farmers and the development of the Small Farmer Resource Center. 

For updates on our relationship with Africa University and future opportunities contact Berdine Martin.

Bashor Children’s Home is a 501-C-3 nonprofit child-welfare agency affiliated with the United Methodist Church. They provide help for troubled children and their families through residential care, day treatment/alternative education, foster care, and many other services. 

St. Andrew collects school supplies to donate to Bashor Children’s Home each fall. Please contact Berdine Martin for more information. 

Four Homes of Mercy is an organization in Palestine that provides people with congenital and acquired neurological disorders specialized services. 

A group of St. Andrew members visited the facility and were impressed by the quality of care. Since that time St. Andrew has provided financial support for this organization. For more information contact Berdine Martin

Delphine Iradukunda is the current recipient of the Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary Scholarship. She is a graduate of Africa University thanks to a scholarship provided by the United Methodist Church. She is furthering her studies with a desire to return to her community and be in ministry with them. This scholarship, in addition to funding from Garrett-Evangelical, is an answer to prayer and helping fund her dream.

The Indiana Health Fund is working to help eliminate medical debt, which will also improve access to care.

We use our industry knowledge and experience to negotiate and pay off debt with health care institutions and providers on behalf of patients who qualify, with no strings attached.

The Fund serves patients through three distinct processes:

  • Debt Relief – Bulk Purchase
  • Debt Relief – Individual Relief
  • Financial Planning Resources

The mission of the Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women, and youth, as well as their families, to become loving and productive citizens of their communities.

St. Andrew supports the Kairos of Northern Indiana men's team that serves two weekends a year inside the Westville Correctional Facility. St. Andrew members can participate in this ministry by baking cookies, making placemats & posters, and providing financial support. Interested men can also volunteer to serve on the inside with the Kairos team. Please contact Josh Annin or Andrew Daigle for further information. (This ministry is currently paused due to COVID-19.)


Don't speak Shona? No problem! Huku means "chicken."

Recently, generous Northwest churches sent three months of food hampers to our clergy brothers and sisters in the Makoni-Buhera district of East Zimbabwe, the home of our own Wellington Chiomadzi. 

For $366, a pastor would receive 100 chicks and 10 bags of feed. This would allow that pastor to not only support his or her family, but also "pay it forward" to another pastor, retired pastor, or student pastor to do the same.
Northwest District Operational Team committed to asking our churches to cover this cost for 15 pastors. This way, by the time winter comes to Zimbabwe, all the pastors will be able to raise and sell chickens for meat in the markets there, for purchasing food and more chickens. It is chicken feed for both of us!
If you would like to contribute to this mission, please send your check to St. Andrew UMC with Mission Huku or Chickens in the memo line.

Red Bird Mission was founded in 1921 in the southeastern corner of Kentucky to provide education and Christian evangelism ministries to residents of the area. 

Serving at Red Bird Mission is an opportunity for individuals to serve by being a member of a work team that does repairs on homes in the Red Bird community. Team members often find this experience to be a relationally and spiritually rewarding time of growth as they get to know the family where they are working, share devotions, and spend the week together. 

An opportunity to join a a work camp or volunteer individually this summer is available. For more information, visit the April 19 announcement.

For more information contact Craig Anderson

RIP Medical Debt, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, empowers donors to forgive billions in oppressive medical debt. People do not have to bear the weight of medical debt they cannot pay when there is a process to reach out and eradicate that burden. Your donations allow RIP to buy debt in bundled portfolios, meaning your donation has 100x the impact or more. 

Those impacted receive a letter that their debt is gone. No taxes. No penalties. Just like that, they’re free of medical debt.

Donations through St. Andrew will first be used to pay off the qualifying medical debt of those in Tippecanoe County, then surrounding counties, and finally the poorest counties in Indiana.


Make your gift payable to St. Andrew UMC and specify RIP Medical Debt. You can also donate through our online giving platform. 

For more information about RIP Medical Debt, contact Jack Hartman

As the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) assists United Methodists and churches to become involved globally in direct ministry to persons in need. UMCOR responds  quickly to U.S. and international disasters, addresses diseases of poverty, ministers to refugees and immigrants, provides clean water, and actively works to reduce hunger. 

St. Andrew supports UMCOR with an annual donation.  In cases of disaster, the congregation often donates specific items or funding for a specific disaster. You can find more information about UMCOR on their website.

If you have questions contact Berdine Martin.

For more information or to get involved, contact Berdine Martin.


Traditional Worship - Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
Contemporary Worship - Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
The Intersection, Online-Only Worship - Sundays at 7:00 p.m.


St. Andrew United Methodist Church
4703 N 50 W | West Lafayette, Indiana 47906