Adult Sunday morning classes
Sunday classes meet from 9:00- 9:45 in the education building behind St. Andrew’s main building. Childcare for 2 year olds and younger and classes for 3 year olds through senior high are available at the same time.
Faith is something that continues to grow throughout one’s life. It is rooted in the love of God and is nourished through regular worship and study. One of the great gifts of the church is that we can grow together with other followers as we stretch one another’s minds and hearts in community.
Make spiritual growth one of your goals this new school year and join one of St. Andrew’s adult classes. There’s a chair waiting for you!
- The Challenge of Faith Class will be looking at the letters of Paul in a study called Remember Who You Are. In his letters Paul continually called his original listeners back to their God and to a sense of who they were as a people “set apart.” Modern-day readers still wrestle with what it means to be God’s people today, and this class will look at that question through the lens of Paul’s writings. Led by Steve Suhring, the class meets in Room 204 on the second floor.
- The Faith Journey Class will start the new program year with a study of the letter of James. James encourages us to use the wisdom that God has given us to be “doers” and not just “hearers” of the Word. Explore what this short book has to say about walking the walk of faith. Led by Harry Cross, Faith Journey meets in Room 205 on the second floor of the education building.
- The Homebuilders Class, comprised of parents of young children, will examine the fourth gospel with the study Invitation to John. Jesus’ invitation to us is “Come and see, follow me.” This study will investigate that invitation and its meaning for us today. Led by Sara Collins, Homebuilders meets in Room 101 on the first floor of the education building.
- The Jack Holladay Class will explore theologian Diana Butler Bass’ most recent book, Grateful: The Subversive Practice of Giving Thanks. In this book Bass investigates the transformative, subversive power of gratitude for our personal lives and in our communities. Led by Curtis Corl, the class meets in Room 206 on the second floor of the education building.
Kirk Night: September 18 - November 20
Kirk Night, named for the Scottish word for church, is St. Andrew's Wednesday evening program for all ages. Kirk Night begins each week with supper at 5:45 p.m. The cost for the meal is $4.50 for adults and $2.50 for children. Menus are listed in the Events section. Nursery care is available for infants through 3 year olds. 4 and 5 year olds may attend the nursery if parents are in class or practice. Older children must either be in a class or with their parents during the 6:30-7:30 time period. Middle and High School youth can participate in Youth Group.
- Art class: Children in first through fifth grades work on art projects in Room 103 on the first floor of the education building from 6:30-7:30. This group is led by Beth Lyon-Suhring
- Jubilee Bells: Beginning hand bell choir, meets in the bell choir room upstairs behind the sanctuary, from 6:30 - 7:00 under the direction of Joey Parrish.
- Celebration Bells: For experienced bell ringers, meets in the bell choir room from 7:00 - 7:45 under the direction of Joey Parrish.
Childcare: Childcare is available for infants through 3 year olds. 4 and 5 year olds may attend the nursery if parents are in class or practice. Older children must either be in a class or with their parents during the 6:30-7:30 time period.