At St. Andrew’s we want to walk with your family along the journey through childhood and family faith development. Each one of our Sunday morning programs uses a variety of creative techniques to explain the Bible in an age appropriate way. Our rooms are specifically designed with interactive spaces so that children and youth can have fun and build friendships with others. We encourage you to get involved and meet families just like yours—good company along the journey makes it so much more fun!
Sunday Mornings 9:45 AM—11:00AM
Nursery— Babies and Toddlers meet in The Stable located just outside the balcony entrance of the sanctuary (elevator side). This location makes it easy for moms and dads to stay close by… just in case.
Preschool—The Builder’s class meets in the Workshop Room located on the top floor of the church.
Grade 1—5— The Prophet’s and Disciple’s classes meet in the basement level of the church in the Temple and the Upper Room respectively.
Grade 6 & 7—The Communicants class meets on the 2nd Sunday of each month in the Westminster room located on the top floor of the church.
Grade 6—12— The Youth Group meets in the youth room on the top floor of the church every Sunday morning.
The Gospel Project for Families is specifically crafted for modern families, couples, and singles. Every Thursday night we open our doors for kids, teens, and adults to come and explore the Bible with us through interactive learning, challenges, and discussions. In September 2016 we will set out on a 3 year journey through the Bible starting in Genesis and ending at Revelation. Attend every Thursday, or drop in when you can—all ages, schedules and commitment levels are welcome!
Young Adults is targeted to those to the 18—25 crowd. This program provides young people with support as they take part in service, mission and learning within and beyond the church walls. Group members take part in leadership activities, Bible studies and service projects. Young adults receive support from their peers as they conquer some of the toughest philosophical and spiritual questions. But it’s not all study and work—there are also lots of opportunities to socialize over dinner, movies, and community outings.
Worship doesn’t have to be somber and serious—sometimes it’s loud and disruptive! That’s why we created Family Nights. On the last Sunday of the month we gather at 4:30PM in Iona Hall for messy games and themed activities. At 5:30PM we all get together for interactive and lively worship in the chapel. Following worship we enjoy a meal together as a blended church family. These events are open to of all ages, and abilities. Bring your friends!