We are proud to be a small, yet vibrant Lutheran congregation in the mountains of western North Carolina.
St. Andrew Lutheran Church was established in 1924 by the Cover family who had moved to Andrews from Browntown, Virginia. The present sanctuary was built in 1928 and included a Moeller pipe organ, which is still used today. A fellowship hall was erected on the church grounds in 2001.
We love visitors. All are welcome to join us! We celebrate Holy Communion each Sunday and celebrate with word and song. Join us for worship on Sundays at 11am at 882 Main Street in downtown Andrews, North Carolina.