With the rapid growth of the “Space Coast” in the early 1960’s the Florida Methodist Conference made a new church start in the North Titusville community. In 1962 First Methodist Church Titusville commissioned parishioners to make a “church plant” for what would become St Andrew United Methodist Church.
We are a transformational church making disciples for Jesus Christ & in ministry within the Titusville & North Brevard County area.
FOLLOW CHRIST * OFFER HOPE * SERVE OUR COMMUNITY
Worship - Study - Serve - Give
these are a few specific ways we live out our mission.
Matthew 22:34-40 Jesus stated that the greatest commandment was twofold; 1st to love God & 2nd to love our neighbors. Worship is an outward expression of that love; First to God and then to each other. First, we reach up to Christ, & then we reach out to others. Sunday worship allows us to become a living example of worship throughout the week as we live out the great commandment
Hebrews 10:23-25 commends us do “not give up meeting together as some are in the habit of doing,” but to gather so that Christian Disciples may continue growing together. We are committed to studying together in Worship & Small Groups so that we may assist one another’s growth as disciples.
James 2:14-18 Reminds us that faith without works of service is dead. What good is faith if it’s not put into practice? We believe that each person has God-given gifts that are to be used in service to help others. At SAUMC we are committed to putting our gifts to use through acts of service inside our worshipping community and outside in our larger Titusville & North Brevard communities.
2 Corinthians 9:6-8 Giving is one of the hardest things for people to do, which is why it’s such an act of faith. When we give, it builds our faith as we trust that God will provide. God loves people who cheerfully give to His cause and He will provide for those who are committed to giving. At St Andrew UMC, we are committed to giving to the ministries of Christ’s church and trust that God will provide. ~ He has never disappointed.