Our mission

Our mission is to provide a welcoming community in which all can, with open hearts and open minds, receive God’s Grace through worship, fellowship, learning, and outreach to others.

About us

Who we are

Holy Apostles is a fast growing, dynamic community of people committed to worship and service as followers of Jesus. Some parishioners have been faithfully attending and serving since the church was founded in 1965. Numerous others have recently joined the flock and we’re growing every month.

We are seniors and infants; newly employed, business men and women, students, and retired; cradle Episcopalians and former Baptists, Catholics, and Presbyterians. Individually we like to knit, work in our garden, collect stamps, research genealogy, read and discuss good books, solve crossword puzzles, attend school, use Twitter, and talk on our cell phones. Basically, we’re pretty regular folks who strive to provide a welcoming community.

Our vibrant community welcomes you

From our children’s groups to our Prime Timers, there is something at Holy Apostles for everyone. We have several book clubs, Bible study groups, sewing & crafts, youth trips, athletic events, cookouts and more. We will have a more comprehensive list on the site soon!

Reach out to find our more.

Mike and Tiffany celebrate at our Silent Auction


The Rev. Lisa McIndoo

A graduate of The School of Theology at the University of the South, Lisa came to Holy Apostles from California at the end of 2021.


Jim Walsmith

Jim is our director of music ministries and choir master. Jim is currently overseeing a multi-year complete restoration of Holy Apostles’ historic organ.

Jim Walsmith is the director of music ministries