SAINT ANDREW'S ABBEY
A BENEDICTINE MONASTERY
Saint Andrew's Abbey is a Benedictine monastery, a religious community of Roman Catholic men who are vowed to a life of constant conversion and witness to the Gospel. The monastic community was founded in China in 1929 by the Abbey of Sint Andries Zevenkerken in Brugge, Belgium. The monks prayed, taught, and worked in China until they were expelled by the communists in 1952. In 1955, the community relocated to Valyermo in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California. The Abbey is a sacred place where every day ordinary people can come away from their busy life to renew and refresh their body and spirit.
St Andrew's Abbey from Images Above on Vimeo. (by Alan Corrie) Summer 2017
St Andrews Abbey from Images Above on Vimeo. (by Alan Corrie) Winter 2017
Abbey Raffle Winners, July 2019
First Prize Connie Sepulveda
Second Prize Rosalind Wayman
Third Prize Mark K.
Fourth Prize Nadina Ortega
Fifth Prize Cecilia Sumner
Sixth Prize Michael Smith
Seventh Prize Sisters of Social Service