We are so glad that you are here.

If you are new and wondering about what worship with us is like, here are some quick facts:

  • What is it like?
    • Our worship is traditional and ancient but also accessible.  Our 7:45am service is quiet and contempative.  Our 9:00am service incorporates beautiful hymns and service music.  Our 11:15am service is a Sung Mass with chant and incense.  All of our worship services are live streamed on Facebook.
  • What about my kids?
    • We love kids!  Kids of all ages are welcome at our services.  Loud or shy... it doesn't matter.  We do offer a staffed nursery for the 9:00am and 11:15am services.  We have wonderful and dedicated Sunday School teachers who lead lessons at 10:30am.
  • Where do I park?
    • There is ample street parking around the church in additional to our small parking lot.
  • What do I wear?
    • You'll see parishoners in "Sunday Best" or attired in weekend casual.  What matters to us is that you are there.
  • How can I get connected?
    • We are on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram


Saint Andrew and Saint Margaret of Scotland is a friendly, diverse, inter-generational parish in Alexandria, Virginia that draws its members from all over the northern  Virginia, Maryland, and the Washington, DC. area.  We are your friendly neighborhood Traditional Anglican/Episcopal Parish.

We have an active calendar that offers many opportunities for study, ministry, and participation in annual fellowship and local events for the entire family.

The central core of our community is worship and fellowship.  We offer a choice of three different services each Sunday that will be familiar to both those of Anglican and Traditional Episcopalian backgrounds and those who have joined us from other Christian denominations. A lively coffee hour follows both the 9:00am and 11:15am services.

St. Andrew and St. Margaret of Scotland is part of the worldwide Anglican Catholic Church, which represents an unbroken and steadfast faithfulness to the ancient Church in England that dates back to the 2nd Century.  Our services are conducted according to the time-honored 1928 Book of Common Prayer, Anglican Missal, the 1940 Hymnal, and uses the King James translation of the Holy Bible.

We cordially invite you to visit us to understand why many travel over 20 miles each week to make this their spiritual home.

We look forward to meeting you at coffee hour!