2022 Midyear Report
ImpACTS 1:14 Prayer Gatherings
ImpACTS 1:14 is a new series of prayer gatherings central to the spiritual life of St. Andrew's. Each meeting allows in-person and remote attendance via Zoom, maximizing both convenience of participation and the power of face-to-face contact for those who are able to gather on campus.
Deep in the human soul is the desire to be known. This is because God has created us to be in relationship with each other. We are designed to be in community. If you do not have a small group of believers with whom you can grow in your discipleship and share the Christian life together, we encourage you to make this a priority. We have small groups for various demographics, which meet on different days and at different times. We will try to match you with your preferences.
Discovering St. Andrew's
This is a class that helps individuals become more engaged with St. Andrew’s. We teach some of our core faith and denominational beliefs, give a history of the church, and introduce participants to staff members. At the end of the series of classes, participants may opt to join the church. (If one wants to become a member of St. Andrew’s, this class is a requirement.)
Wednesday Night Together
Dinner | 5:30-6:15 p.m. | Dierenfield Hall
Adult Classes | 6:15-7:30 p.m. |On-Campus
Tribe, A Place for Moms | 6:15-7:30 p.m. | Stewart Lounge
On Sundays we worship together and on Wednesdays we grow together on our faith journey. Wednesdays include dinner for all ages, followed by discipleship opportunities.
Discover ministries located here, near and far. You will be inspired by stories of people who are extending the family through these ministries.
Check out what is available for your family during weekend services and during the week:
We want to support and encourage you in your journey as a follower of Jesus Christ and understand the value of men getting together with other men in fellowship around God's Word, in service to others and in prayer. Any time is a great time for you to get connected to one of the ongoing men's ministries here at St. Andrew's.
We picture a family within our church family of intergenerational women centered around five core values: an inviting community where we care for one another, a culture of serving, connecting women to other women, spiritual and personal growth and the recognition of each woman’s Christ given value.
If you need hope or help, if you are ready for direction and recovery, if life just seems discouraging, we have some safe places for you.
MORE INFO on Divorce Recovery, Deacon Ministry, AA and Al-Anon, Grief, Mental Illlness, Memorials, or for Prayer.
For more information on Care Ministries, contact Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 949.574.2262.