St. Andrew’s Church has been a vital part of the Basin-Greybull faith community for over 100 years. Though demographics in the church and area have changed over the years, our mission is the same: to seek out and welcome all who hunger for worship, fellowship, and education in their journey of Christian faith. We provide weekly worship services, Bible study, a monthly thrift shop, and annual community Thanksgiving and Shrove Tuesday meals. Our hall is used widely by the community for such things as AA and other meetings. We are also committed to maintaining the church’s beautiful architecture, while guaranteeing easy and safe accessibility.
A small group of women in the summer of 1909 started worship without the benefit of clergy in Basin Wyoming. A local family, Boies C. Hart and Ruth H. Hart, conveyed land to the Episcopal Bishop of Wyoming for a parish to be built. Later more property from the Hart Investment Co. was deeded to the Trustees of Church Property of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Wyoming for this mission. St. Andrew's was finally built in April of 1913 and consecrated on May 21, 1916.