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Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church

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217 W. 26th St., Bryan, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 40' 27.1992", -96° 22' 28.8984"
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     This parish traces its origin to Episcopal services held in nearby Millican in 1864. A yellow fever epidemic in the Millican area prompted the relocation of the Saint Andrew's Mission to Bryan in 1867. A parish was formed that year and led by The Rev. Robert Jope. The original church structure, located near this site, was consecrated by Bishop Alexander Gregg in 1868. The Rev. Randolph Ray held the first service in a new church building at this location in 1914. In 1992 Saint Andrew's celebrated 125 years of service and participation in a variety of community programs and activities.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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