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!

What to Expect When You Visit Us

Head in through any of the entrance doors and our greeters will direct you to the children’s area or follow the signs to downstairs. When you arrive, one of our children’s volunteers will greet you and your family and ask you to fill out a brief registration form (this just helps get to know you and your child a little bit better). At St. Andrew’s we adhere to the Leading With Care guidelines and policies. This means all of our leaders and volunteers have passed a recent background check, and adhere to the covenant of care guidelines.  During the service please feel free to come and check on your child at any time. At about 10:45AM the children and their leaders will enter the service and sit at the front of the worship space. There will be a brief children’s time with one of the ministers and then a final hymn. Once the service ends please make your way to the front of the sanctuary to pick up your child.

Thursday Night Kids Club

Kids Club on Thursday nights is where kids learn to live out God’s love every day. This year we’re going to tackle a few issues that kids face every day: bullying, using tech safely, self-esteem, trying new things, failure, fitting in, parents, and fear. We’ll look at these issues through a biblical lens and see how everything comes down to two things: Love God, and Love Others. Kids club is big, loud, and messy. It's also full of the most accepting and loving group of kids you'll ever meet and this makes it super easy to bring friends. 

Kids Club meets during the school year on Thursdays from 6:30pm – 8:30PM

Experience Family Night

Church doesn't always have to be somber and serious - sometimes it's loud and disruptive! That's why we created Family Night XP. On the last Sunday of the month we open the gym silly games, crafts and family time. Every event is a little different with themes like Minions Take Over, Hallowe’en Weird & Wacky, and Hockey Night at St. A’s but every event includes food, and fun and a casual family service with our Youth & Young Adults band.

  • 4:30PM – Activities in the gym
  • 5:30PM – Casual Family Service
  • 6:00PM – Dinner