College Students

St. Andrew's is pleased to be a partner with the Episcopal Anglican Campus Ministry (EACM) at the University of Maryland.


Regular EACM Events

  • When University classes are in session, there is Fellowsship and Compline each Sunday evening at 5:30 pm in the Memorial Chapel conference room on campus. 
  • During the school year, Wednesday's 6:30 pm Evening Prayer / Eucharist and potluck will be held at the Memorial Chapel. All are welcome.
  • To view a calendar of events, please visit the EACM website.

Highlighted Activities Through the Year

  • October: Shrine Mont. Spend the weekend with parishioners in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains.
  • November: St. Andrew’s Day. Wear plaid and walk with the bagpipes around the church!
  • December: Cookies and carols and Christmas festivities.
  • February: A great opportunity to volunteer as St. Andrew's hosts the Warm Nights Shelter for a week.
  • March: Lent, Holy Week, and Easter services and festivities
  • April: College Sunday. Take part in planning a Sunday service dedicated to UMD students.
  • May: Graduation Sunday. Graduating students are feted at a special service.
  • June: Youth Sunday. A specially-planned Sunday service celebrating the youth of St. Andrew’s. Also, the Parish Picnic.

Great Ways to Get Involved

  1. Worship. Attend one of our services on Sunday or throughout the week.
  2. Socialize. Coffee hours are given after each Sunday 10:30 am service. Drink coffee, eat cookies, and chat!
  3. Discuss. Participate in our Adult Forum, held each Sunday at 9:30. New topics are offered throughout the year, some for just one week, others for several. Come to as many or as few as fit your schedule and interests.
  4. Listen. Attend one of the various concerts held at the church during the year.
  5. Volunteer. Help at the Warm Nights Shelter or at our monthly soup kitchen, Loaves and Fishes.
  6. Celebrate. Come to a special church fete such as St. Andrew’s Day Dinner, a passover seder, or Mardi Gras Pancake Supper.

Contacts at St. Andrew’s and University of Maryland

St. Andrew’s

Reverend Kristen Pitts

University of Maryland

Episcopal Anglican Campus Ministry website