Adult Groups are small groups that focus on Bible study, Christian life perspectives, and fellowship through social and mission activities. Each group is unique, so we encourage you to check out more than one.

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Mom to Mom

Mom to Mom

Daytime and Evening Groups available; see times below

Mom to Mom provides a positive atmosphere for sharing ideas, discussing common struggles and embracing the delights of raising children.

Sunday Morning Groups Open House

Sunday Morning Groups Open House

Sunday, September 8; groups meet at 8:30, 9:30, and 11:00 a.m.

Our community builds relationships and learns together at Sunday Morning Groups. Visit and get to know as many groups as you'd like at Open House!

Chancel Choir returns

Chancel Choir returns

Day Retreat August 24; rehearsals begin August 28

Chancel Choir resumes this fall with the a day retreat on campus August 24. We invite you to sing with us when you're able!

Bible Study Groups

Scott Engle's Bible Study

Monday Evening Bible Study (Ongoing)
Mondays, 6:45-8:00 p.m., Piro Hall
Join this year-round Monday night Bible study with Scott Engle. Group format is interactive with both lecture and discussion time. The group is open to all and no registration required. Invite your friends and come join Scott.

Tuesday Lunchtime Bible Study (Ongoing)
Tuesdays, 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Piro Hall
A Bible study that digs deep into the Bible and into theology. The format is interactive with time for discussion, Q&A, and some lecture. This is a year-round study — no need to register.

For more information about Scott Engle's class schedules, cancellations, and bible study series click on the link below. 

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Women’s Monday Morning Bible Study

Mondays, September 9-October 14,10:00 a.m., Room 131
Fall Study  |  Entrusted: A Study of 2 Timothy by Beth Moore  |  This friendly group of women of all ages and backgrounds desires to grow in their knowledge and understanding of the Bible as well as learn how to become stronger Christians and serve God more effectively. Study formats include both workbook/video/discussion as well as book studies. Authors included: Jessica LaGrone, Marjorie J. Thompson, Pricilla Shirer, Beth Moore, and Ann Voskamp. In addition to studying, the group enjoys fellowship and sharing one another’s joys and concerns. Prayer is an integral part of the group. Between sessions the group often gathers for fun and fellowship. Contact Kathleen McMahon for more information or to join the group. Childcare provided by request. Contact Kathleen McMahon for more information or to join the group. Childcare available, contact Defae Weaver.

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Women's Spiritual Growth Group

First and Third Tuesday of Each Month, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Room 120 (meets year round)
New study beginning September 3 | Lazarus Awakening by Joanna Weaver
This group is designed to encourage and enable women to develop a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ and God’s kingdom and to be shaped by God toward wholeness so that they may be examples of his grace in the world. Led by Dawn Conner, the group gathers year-round using various small group DVD studies and books. For more information or to join the group, contact Dawn Conner or call 972-400-5907.

Thursday Morning Bible Group

9:30-11:00 a.m., Room 131, Fall/Winter/Spring
A group made up of persons who desire to learn about God, and nurture and encourage one another as they grow in their faith. The group is led by a dedicated team of teachers. If you have questions or need a book for the next study, email Connie Robertson or call 214-291-8004. Childcare is available upon request – contact Defae Weaver at
Next study coming Fall 2019


United Methodist Men (UMM) is about Christian men’s growth through service, learning and fellowship. This ministry is established to awaken, inspire, challenge, train, and support men as they strive to become more Christ-like in their daily living. Our primary purpose is to declare the centrality of Christ in the lives of men and in all their relationships. The focal points of UMM are:

  • Encourage the knowledge of and support for the total mission of the United Methodist Church
  • Clarify and speak to the identity and role of the Christian man in contemporary society
  • Seek commitment to Christian discipleship
Our Mission

A primary mission of St Andrew’s UMM is our “Messenger of Hope” Scholarship Fund, which was founded to award scholarships each year to help students in economic need achieve their college or post-education goals. We have raised over $240,000 for deserving college students. The scholarship fund is primarily funded through events hosted by UMM such as the annual Messenger of Hope Golf Tournament

Monthly Bible Study

Join us for breakfast and fellowship on the second Saturday of each month at 8:00-10:00 a.m. in Room 126.  For more information contact


United Methodist Women

The organized unit of United Methodist Women (UMW) is a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. UMW provides an opportunity for women of all ages to learn more about worldwide missions while cultivating friendships in small group and large group settings. Each year, UMW helps countless charitable organizations, both locally and internationally, by volunteering, contributing needed items, and raising money.

UMW members meet once a month with their small groups here at St. Andrew from September through May. The entire UMW family join together for fall and spring socials, a silent auction and luncheon at Christmas, a retreat, and multiple mission opportunities.

UMW Membership
If you are new to St. Andrew or just seeking to connect with a small group to meet new people, make new friends and serve for Christ, come join us at one of our group meetings or contact or 214-291-8005 for more information.

Group Meetings

We welcome you to join with us day or night as we study and support worldwide missions in one of our small group meetings.

Sarah Sisters 

Normally meets the first Wednesday of each month (September-May) at 9:30 a.m. in Room 131.

Rachel Group 

Normally meets the second Monday of each month (September-May) at 7:00 p.m. in Room 126.


Normally meets the third Sunday of each month (September-May) at 6:30 p.m. in Room 131. 


Women's Groups


Mom-to-Mom is a Christian mother’s study group with the goal of providing a positive atmosphere for sharing ideas, discussing common struggles as well as delights of raising children, and growing a network of friends with one common goal: to be the wife, mother, and friend God intended. Mom-to-Mom strives to support mothers by offering strength, encouragement and friendship. Mom-to-Mom is open to all mothers who are looking for spiritual growth and fellowship. New members are always welcome to any of the Mom-to-Mom groups.

Mom-to-Mom meets weekly and uses the Plano ISD calendar as a guideline. Daytime groups meet on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 9:15-11:00 a.m. in Room 126 with childcare available. The evening group meets on the first and third Thursday from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in Room 126 with childcare available. Summer Mom-to-Mom meets every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., in Room 126.

Visit our website to learn more: If you are interested in joining, have questions, or wish to attend a meeting please email or call 972-380-8001.

Summer Mom to Mom

Summer Mom to Mom Mondays begins June 4 and meets Mondays throughout the summer from 9:30 am-Noon.
Dates: June 4, 11, 25; July 9, 16, 23, 30; and August 6  |  Request Childcare


Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m., Andy’s Place
A fun aerobic workout to contemporary Christian music that will energize your body and soul. The variety of movements strengthen all muscle groups and is adaptable to any fitness level. ScriptureFIT offers fellowship for Christian women while providing a unique opportunity to focus on God and be full of life and able to be all God desires. Led by Patti Loftin. Bring yourself and a friend, no registration required. Contact Patti Loftin for more information. Childcare available upon request; contact Defae Weaver.

"A Little Deeper" Book Club

Third Wednesday of Each Month (September-May), 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Room 126
“A Little Deeper” Book Club’s purpose is to provide a venue for people to connect through a common interest: reading. The group collectively chooses a book each month to read and discuss. Lunch is shared as well. All are welcome! For more information contact Jan Gillespie or 972-931-6369


spirit singles 50 & over

11:00 a.m., Piro Hall 1
Single People Involved in Relating and Inspiring Together (S.P.I.R.I.T)  |  The SPIRIT Sunday School class is dedicated to spiritual growth, community service, supporting one another and weekly fun, social activities. Join other awesome Christian singles doing life together in Bible and life skills studies. Click here to learn more about this group.

PALS – Senior Adults

Who we Are

This group offers senior adults educational, cultural, and social opportunities in the form of: programs, outings, movies, games, and more. We welcome all seniors to join in the fellowship and fun. P.A.L.S. meets every 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in room 131. For more information, contact Allison Jean or call 214-291-8005.

Click here for Upcoming Events

14 | Melissa Adams, Middle School Coordinator at St. Andrew
21 | Dallas Morning News, Rudolph Bush, speaker
28 | Synergy Wesley Foundation at University Texas at Dallas. Bus leaves St. Andrew at 10:00 a.m.

11 | Sonoma House Alzheimer Care, Deborah Howell
18 | North Texas UMC Conference Office, Church Planting, Matt Temple. Leave church at 10 a.m.
25 | Project Transformation, Lauren Richard

Walk to Emmaus

About: The Walk to Emmaus

This is a spiritual renewal program intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. The program’s approach seriously considers the model of Christ’s servanthood and encourages Christ’s disciples to act in ways appropriate to being “a servant of all.”

How to Attend a Walk

To get involved in Emmaus, each person must have a sponsor who has already attended Emmaus him or herself. We will be happy to sponsor you! Contact Janice Browning and we’ll set up a time to talk in detail about the weekend. If you want your spouse or another friend or family member to join us, this would be great! Look over the Emmaus Walk dates coming up in our area and see which dates will work best for you. All Walks begin Thursday night at 6:00 p.m. and go through Sunday to approximately 7:00 p.m. You’ll want to make reservations early as Walks fill up quickly. Begin to pray intensely about your participation in the Walk. Ask for God’s divine guidance and direction as you take this journey. We’ll look forward to supporting you on this journey! Call Janis Browning, 972.679.1282.

Young Adults

About Us

St. Andrew Young Adults invites men and women between the ages of 18 and 35 to participate in the life of the church. Whether you are married, single, a student, or working, you are welcome to be a part of the community. We offer social activities, small groups, and serving opportunities that allow you to engage with new friends and pursue Christ. For more information, check out the Young Adults website section and our Facebook group, or contact Allison Jean at 214-291-8005.