Robert Hasley  |  Senior Pastor

Robert is the founding pastor of St. Andrew and is the primary preacher at 10:50 a.m. Sunday morning traditional service. Robert began praying for this community almost thirty years ago as he was sent by Highland Park UMC to begin and grow this church. His vision continues to lead us into the future as we have grown and developed new styles of worship and continues to engage people in the amazing work of calling people to become passionate servants of Christ. His passion is connecting with people and so at the end of the traditional services makes himself available to anyone that needs prayer, guidance, or a good laugh. Come some Sunday and say hello.

Arthur Jones  |  Associate Pastor

Arthur Jones

Associate Pastor, Lead Pastor of the Saturday night service and contemporary service. Arthur has been a pastor at St. Andrew since the summer of 2010. He has supervised the launch and growth of the contemporary service at St. Andrew. Arthur also leads the Saturday night traditional service. Arthur is a fifth generation Methodist pastor and has a passion for people that ask hard questions about faith. On Sundays, you can find him outside Smith Worship Center in the East Wing of the church shaking hands and greeting people as they come to church. He would love to wish you a good morning, so say hello!

Scott Engle  |  Teaching Pastor

Scott Engle

Scott has led St. Andrew’s Bible teaching ministries since 2002 and has been the teaching pastor at St. Andrew since 2007. In addition to an MBA from Harvard Business School, he holds a Ph.D. from the University of North Texas. After a successful business career, Scott took his academic and intellectual gifts and put them towards Scripture and the study of the Bible. You can read his weekly Bible study online here or every week in the traditional service bulletins. Scott also leads the Something Else Class at 10:50 a.m. on Sunday mornings in Festival Hall, a Monday night Bible study at 7:00 p.m., and a Tuesday lunch Bible study from 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m., both in Piro Hall.

Pam White  |  Associate Pastor

Pam White

Pam is a Senior Associate Pastor who came to St. Andrew in order to lead our Connectional Ministry processes. She has a background as a Licensed Professional Counselor with a specialty in psychophysiology and was in private practice before she responded to a call to ministry. You will find her preaching occasionally in all of our services, but her primary emphasis and passion is in getting people connected to one another and in this church. She works with department leaders in our Hospitality and Welcome Ministries, Adult Ministries, Students Ministry and Children and Families Ministry to help our church develop a cohesive response to the needs of those who walk through our doors. If you are looking to get connected, reach out to Pam.

Jennifer Arnold  |  Associate Pastor

Jennifer Arnold

Jennifer has served at St. Andrew in numerous capacities as director — nursery, pastoral care, children’s director — and was instrumental in founding the Gary’s Angels special needs ministry at our church. Currently she leads our local and global mission projects (Seven Loaves Community and 4 Corners Global Outreach). She has a passion for this church and getting people connected into service. You can sign up to help in our Seven Loaves Community — the Food Pantry, Joseph’s Coat or Project Hope — or to indicate your interest in going on one of our mission trips to Costa Rica. Our church is here to make a difference in the community and the world and Jennifer would love to have your help.

Kim Meyers  |  Associate Pastor

Chad McSwainKim accepted the position of Minister to Children and Families beginning January of 2013. Kim graduated from the SMU Perkins School of Theology with a Masters in Ministry. She is now pursuing her ordination as a Deacon in the United Methodist Church. Kim has served at Cross Way UMC in Denton as Ministry Coordinator and as Director of Rainbow Corner, the large and successful pre-school program at Grace Avenue UMC in Frisco. She has also taught elementary school in Richardson, Plano, and Frisco. Kim is married to Dan, and they have two sons: Cody and Dylan.