Annual Events

St. Andrew students have several opportunities throughout the year to grow together on these special trips. We're always looking for students seeking community, and adults willing to broaden their faith by volunteering.

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2019 STUDENT CALENDAR

 

Next Annual Trip: Ski Trip

December 30 – January 4

High school students and parent chaperones will be traveling by charter buses to scenic Crested Butte, Colorado. We will enjoy worship, fellowship and up to three days of skiing, weather permitting. All level skiers are welcome; lessons and rentals are available. Spots fill up fast, so register today!

Register here 

Upcoming Activities

Lift Podcast: Grief 101

Lift Podcast: Grief 101

Listen online

In the midst of the loss we feel as a community this week, we have released an episode of our Lift podcast discussing grief.

Student Poinsettia Sales

Student Poinsettia Sales

October 1 through 27 | Sales Sundays on campus; and online 24/7

Support the Student Ministry Scholarship Fund by purchasing poinsettias.

Wonderfully Made

Wonderfully Made

October 17-19

Educate your 5th and 6th grade children on God's gift of sexuality from a Christian perspective.

412

412

Sundays, 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

412 is our weekly youth group for all Middle School students (6th-8th grade).

Lighthouse Groups

Lighthouse Groups

Various homes, 7:00 p.m.

High school students – grow in your relationship with Christ and with friends in these small groups that meet on a weekly basis.


Other Annual Events


 

 

Middle School Retreat

All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students are invited to join us for worship, games and fellowship at nearby Bridgeport Camp. Middle schoolers will make friends and bond with high school students whom we specially select as mentors. Click here for a packing list.

 

Registration

 

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Mission Trip

Student Mission Trip at St. Andrew is much more than just hammers, saws, or paint. Students serve communities in great need for several days, with worship programming in the morning and evening, small groups at night, and fun outings built in as well. All who attend – students and adult volunteers alike – can share Christ's love through service.

 

 

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Camp Impact

High-energy fun and powerful worship make this summer camp a quintessential part of the student ministry. By day – start with morning worship, then wall climb, zipline, throw a squid, splash in the mud, and compete for the team championship! By night – gather for evening worship, hear challenging messages to expand your faith, and grow closer to friends through small groups!