We gather together for worship at the 11:11 a.m. contemporary worship service. All staff, volunteer leaders, and students worships together with the rest of the congregation. Students can also come hang out with leaders before the service from 10:45 - 11:11 a.m. at the Standrews Coffee Corner in the plaza.
On Monday nights, from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m., students come together, sing praise songs, listen to speakers, and gather in life groups. It's a place where students can be in authentic community with their peers and adult leaders who care about them. At Refuge, relationships grow deeper and students learn how to live out their faith.
Wednesday nights, 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
This summer, Wednesday Night Together hits the road!
St. Andrew’s will be hosting park nights at Mariner’s Park from 5:30-8:00 p.m. July 10, 17, 24, and 31. There will be food trucks so bring a chair, a blanket, a Frisbee, and a friend and join us! All ages are welcome as we celebrate summer together!
Supai Backpacking Trip
June 22 - 28 | $315 | Waitlisted
Forest Home Family Camp
August 11-16, 2013 | Prices vary depending on number of family members
St. Andrew’s is headed to Forest Home’s Family Camp this summer! For five nights, August 11-16, your entire family gets the chance to reconnect with each other and with God.
A great aspect of Family Camp is the flexibility and range of programs. As children take part in age-graded programs, parents are equipped with tools to grow their kids into great adults (with speaker Jim Burns). Parents and children experience worship, activities and quality time as a family. If you have a student in 5th-12th grade, they are able to attend Family Camp with you, or as another option, during the week of August 11-16, not only are we taking over Family Camp, but kids from Port, Asylum, and Refuge will be attending 5th-6th grade, Jr. High, and High School camps. So really your 5th-12th grader has two options:
1. They can attend Family Camp with siblings and parents where they can enjoy quality family time as well as time with peers, or
2. They can sign up for their age-specific camps at Adventure Mountain, Creekside, and Lakeview.
Unlike youth camps, you will need to sign up directly with Forest Home for Family Camp and spaces are going quickly so be sure to sign up now!
Questions? Contact .
Click here to sign up through Forest Home.