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hope: women's half day retreat

April 24  /  8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  /  Dierenfield Hall

Please join us as we lean into a message of hope in Christ! We will connect with each other, have solo time with God, and invite the Holy Spirit to minister to our souls. We hope to see you there...and bring a friend!
Featured Speakers
Leah Stout is an ordained minister and has worked at St Andrew’s for over 25 years in the area of pastoral care.  She ministers to people going through difficult times and illnesses. Pastor Leah also officiates many of the memorials at St. Andrew’s.  Additionally, she works closely with Pastor Bryan Eckelmann and the Deacon ministries.
Julie Wood is the Minister of Serve at St. Andrew’s where she has been on staff since 2015. A graduate of Westmont College, Julie is currently attending Fuller Seminary where she is earning her Master's in Global Leadership. She is passionate about serving and loves nurturing and empowering others to care for those less fortunate and proclaim the gospel. Julie love Jesus, she loves people and she is honored to be a part of the community of believers at St. Andrews! She has clung to Christ as the source of hope throughout her life (sometimes better than others), and is excited to share with you.
Is there childcare?  Children’s activities will be available for kids in preschool through elementary school. Preregistration is required.
Are there scholarships available?  Inquire through
I cannot attend in person but how can I participate?  Join us on Facebook Live starting at 8:35am PST.  Registration is not required to view on Facebook Live.
What should I bring?  A Bible, journal/notebook, pen, and a friend (not mandatory but she'll be blessed!)

women's bible studies

"Devoted"|A Chronological Bible Study for Women

How is Your Heart?  “And I will give them singleness of heart and put a new spirit within them.  I will take away their stony, stubborn heart and give them a tender responsive heart (Ezekiel 11:19).  We invite you to join our study of Ezekiel, as we read about the Israelites’ spurning of God’s love for and pursuit of them, their worship of idols and other gods, how deeply they hurt God, and God’s response to them.  Every day we have assigned reading and journaling, and each week we share this with our group.  Timberly Eckelmann, our teacher, provides in-depth instruction about select verses or events. We meet on Zoom on Tuesday mornings.  Contact for more information about registration, materials, and Zoom groups. 



“Deeper” | A.M. Bible Study
Thursdays through April 8 | 9:30am-11:30am | Dierenfield Hall

Join us as we take a deep dive into the book of Nehemiah and our theme for this year of God’s Favor for His Plans. Come discover what relevant and timely truths God has to say to us today from the last book of Old Testament history. Discover how God puts into the heart of a government official to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem in a way that causes even all of their enemies to see that it was done with God’s help.  We plan to gather, following social distancing guidelines of our church, each week for a live teaching, small group discussion. Preregistration is required.

Miss us in-person? Watch our session on Facebook Live.


RECENT videos + files

God's Perfect Peace

Women's Ministry Weekly Encouragement
Let’s be blunt: We live in anxious times. Concerns about physical health and the economy continue to have a very real impact on our daily lives. It seems easy, almost like it is a part of human nature, to become absorbed by these concerns and slip into fear and worry. God, however, has not called us to a life consumed by worry. Right here, in the midst of our daily concerns, God is inviting us to look to Him for peace.

Each handout has 5 days of Scripture on journal pages. You can print these out or use your own journal.


women's connections

Holy Yoga

Wednesdays beginning April 21 | 9:15am-10:15am | Dierenfield Hall

Deep breath: Holy Yoga is resuming on April 21.  Space is limited: first come, first served.  Please plan to arrive ten minutes prior to start time to have your temperature checked.  Contact for more info or visit to learn more about this Christian yoga experience and our instructor, Marley Crouch.

PRE-Register Here

Tribe: A Place for Moms

Mothering isn’t always easy…especially during a pandemic!  Receive renewed insight from moms and professionals on topics critical to Christ-centered parenting, marriage, personal well-being and more.  New videos will be posted the 2nd Wednesday of each month.  Register to join a small group of moms (in person or virtual), receive notifications on videos, discussion questions and content curated just for you.  


Tribe videos and resources

In His Will (formerly Women in Prayer)

God is doing something wonderful at St. Andrew's! Join us in humble prayer for our church and for the universal body of Christ that we might look more like Jesus, better discern God's will, experience the Spirit's power, and make a difference for Christ in our homes, neighborhoods and surrounding communities.  Contact to get connected.

Small Groups

We have small groups specifically for women that meet in person and virtually. This is a place for you to know, be known, and grow in your relationship with God alongside others. Check out our current virtual small groups or email to be assigned to one.


Considering Marriage?

We want every couple we marry at St. Andrew’s to experience the SYMBIS Assessment.  Alongside one of our pastors, SYMBIS offers a personalized and profound process for helping couples start a lifelong relationship, and it’s grounded in research and practical application.  Email