The pandemic has required some creativity in maintaining our connectedness, while still remaining safe. Many of our activities have moved online, though some allow us to meet in person while maintaining social distance.
We hold a virtual Coffee Fellowship each Sunday after worship at 11:00 a.m. Come join us to catch up with each other in small breakout groups for about half an hour. Contact the church for a Zoom invitation.
Our Young Adults meet, socially distanced and masked, on Sundays at Nike Park (weather permitting) from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Take time out for Mid-Week Prayer on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Led by Pastor Gillian, this time allows us to recenter our lives with psalms, prayers, and music. Contact the church for a Zoom invitation.
Perhaps you’d like some safe in-person visiting. Contact the church for a Porch Visit, either hosting or receiving! We’ll visit in your driveway, or on your porch or deck, following safety protocols. Contact the church to sign up.
The Presbyterian Women meets from 10-12 on the second Tuesday of each month via Zoom. Contact the church for a Zoom invitation.
Widow’s Walk meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at noon. Contact the church for a Zoom invitation.
When we no longer have to worry about COVID-19, we will resume our regular programming.
Opportunities for You
Connect with Us
God has given us the gift of Christian community, and where people are gathered together, there is God also. Get involved with one or more of the groups described in this section of our website.
For groups involved in service to the church and to the community, find out more here.
There are many ways to connect. Look over the options below to see where you can find a place to belong at St. Andrew.
The Presbyterian Women (PW) is a national organization made up of women in local Presbyterian churches that support local, national, and international missions.
The St. Andrew Presbyterian Men’s group meets once a month on the second Tuesday of the month. All men are invited to participate.
The eXtra Years of Zest group is open to anyone 50 and older (or younger) who enjoy getting together for various activities that include visiting museums, historical places, the local zoo, and more.
Women who have been widows for a few months or a few decades meet for a time of sharing and encouragement. This group, which meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at noon, is led by Candy Wolbrink and Judy Ulrich and meets in the Library in the office wing of the church. The group heads to a nearby restaurant for lunch after their meeting.
Moms’ Midweek Coffee Break
Motherhood is hard, but you don’t have to do it alone. Give yourself some “me” time with “us.” St. Andrew Preschool hosts a “coffee & conversation” time that is open to St. Andrew moms, St. Andrew Preschool moms, and community moms.
“St Andrew was the first (of many) churches I was going to check out when I moved to the area. I went in and was immediately greeted by people who seemed genuinely happy I was visiting. They offered friendship, yet no pressure. The sermon was inspiring and thought provoking and I realized after that visit that I had found my church home. I’ve been here 11+ years now and have never second guessed my decision to join.”
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