News & Events

St. Andrew’s is kicking off another set of its seasonal community groups to help foster greater community and discipleship. Spring Community Groups will have a 14-week run from late February to late May, gathering weekly to share a meal and engage scripture. To sign up, fill out the form on the Welcome Desk and drop it the offering plate by February 16 or complete the digital form. For more information, contact Dustin Freeman.  

 
 

You’re invited to join us for a fun Valentine’s Day play date at the Wonder Place on Wednesday, February 19, from 9:30 a.m—12:30 p.m. All families are invited. Bring a lunch for your family (fast food is not allowed in the facility) and join us for lunch in the party room. Cost is a discounted to $4 per person. Please email Sarah Martin to make a reservation.

 
 

Treasured Girls Study

The “tween” years are a critical transition period in the life of a young girl. Treasured is a six-session study designed to connect moms and daughters with engaging content around the following topics: identity, body, emotions, friendships, technology and faith. The study is for girls, ages 9-11, and meets from 5:45-7:30 p.m., every other Sunday, beginning March 1 and ending May 3. The cost is $40 and includes a shared journal and meals for two at each meeting. For more information please see the registration page, or reach out to Becca Swarna. Please register at here no later than February 20.

 
 

We are again offering Ash Wednesday services at two different times  to make it as convenient as possible for your schedule: noon and 7 p.m. Each service will include scriptures, worship, the imposition of ashes, a short message and Holy Communion. 

Child care and pizza (please let us know if your child has any dietary restrictions) will be offered for infants through pre-k4 during the noon service. To reserve a spot for your child, please register here by Monday, February 24.

 

 

From the time Jesus invited his first disciples to come away from the crowds and their busy lives to rest with him, coming away has been and important practice for disciples of Jesus seeking deeper communition with him.

Each Tuesday at noon, for 50 minutes, using scripture passages taken from the Daily Office, we will engage in the Christian practices of silence, meditation on scripture, and spiritual conversations with others, and discover how powerful these practices can be in helping us resist the forces that would pull us out of communion with God and each other. This is for anyone who is longing to know Jesus more and experience different ways of growing in relationship and intimacy with him.