From smalls groups to youth groups, and Vacation Bible School to a plethora of volunteer opportunities, there are ways for all members of your family to get involved in the St. Andrew’s Community. Please read on for more details about the offerings we provide, and don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.
How to Join St. Andrew's
Families and individuals interested in joining St. Andrew’s are invited to join on the first Sunday of each month, and participate in the St. Andrew’s Growth Track in the St. Andrew’s Church Office during the 10:00am Grow Hour. The Growth Track guides new members to discover their identities as a Child of God and live the life God created for them. The Growth Track is made up of four steps that equip new members to 1) connect to the church 2) understand their role as a Child of God, 3) discover the strengths of their purposeful design, and 4) use their God-given gifts to make a difference in the lives of others.
There is no required order to take the classes, except that stepFOUR needs to come after you have attended stepONE through stepTHREE. If you plan to join St. Andrew’s on the first Sunday, please contact Troy Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
stepONE – Knowing God/Our Story
Hear the story of St. Andrew’s, why we were founded and where we are going, and share a little of your own. Step One takes place the first Sunday of every month.
stepTWO – Instill Identity/Find Freedom
Discover your place as a Son or Daughter of God and find freedom from those things that seek to tell you otherwise. Step Two takes place the second Sunday of every month.
stepTHREE – Discover Purpose
Dive into the details of your personality, discover your gifts, and see how your design reveals your purpose in life and your best fit in ministry. Step Three takes place the third Sunday of every month.
stepFOUR – Make a Difference/Join St. Andrew’s Army
Connect to the opportunities available at St. Andrew’s to live out your purpose and serve others by using your God-given gifts. Step Four takes place the fourth Sunday of every month.
(an invitation to join St. Andrew’s will be presented during both worship services on the first Sunday of the month)
KiDS at St. Andrew's
There are a lot of ways kids can get involved at St. Andrew’s – and not just by attending church on Sunday mornings! We have monthly missions to inspire a giving heart, and frequently have special events!
KiDS on Sundays
- While all children are welcome to join their parents for worship at both the 9:00am and 11:00am services, childcare is provided for nursery-aged children. KiDS Church is available for children in Kinder through 5th grade immediately following family worship.
- During the Grow Hour, children in Kinder through 5th grade gather in Fellowship Hall to dive deeper into a Bible Study lesson led by adult leaders.
- At the 6:00pm service, childcare is only available for nursery-aged children.
More information forthcoming.
For our most current offerings, please contact Natalie Jones or ask to receive the KiDS & Family Connect Newsletter by emailing Natalie at email@example.com.
SPiES: Our Special Needs Ministry
The St. Andrew’s SPiES are Special People whose Identity is Eternally Signifcant – and our SPiES Ministry is especially for kids and adults with special needs! Our heart is for parents and caregivers to have an opportunity to worship and meet with Jesus, while their SPiES are being loved and cared for. St. Andrew’s is an inclusive church, where everyone is welcome!
To register your child or participant, please click here.
To register to volunteer with the SPiES Ministry as a Detective, please click here.
P.F.G. (People for God)
P.F.G. Sundays at St. Andrew’s
Grow Hour, 10:15-10:50am. Meet in the rooms above the Gym for small groups based on age and gender.
Lower P.F.G. (Middle School), 4:30-5:30pm. Meet in the Gym for Fellowship, Games, and a Lesson.
Upper P.F.G. (High School), 7:30-8:30pm. We meet in a variety of locations in the Alamo Heights area. Please contact Maggie at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the current week’s meeting location.
Confirmation at St. Andrew’s
Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30pm. Registration is required and opens at the end of the spring semester for the following Confirmation year.
To receive the P.F.G. Youth Ministry Newsletter, The Fishing Line, and the most up-to-date information about what is happening in Youth Ministry at St. Andrew’s, please email email@example.com to be added to the distribution list.
Join a Small Group Today!
Call the Church Office at 210-824-2465 to join any of these groups.
Crafty Christians, Mondays, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
PARLOR – Led by Sharon Aloy
Come and help make blankets for chemo patients, scarves for Church Under the Bridge, and other mission outreach. No talent is needed.
Women at the Well, Tuesdays, 9:30-11:00 a.m.
FELLOWSHIP HALL – Led by Ginna Crocker, Janet Boswell
Women’s Connecting with God Study: “Poolside” by Ashlee Kinsel
Women at the Well Evening, Tuesdays, 5:45-7:00 p.m.
FELLOWSHIP HALL – Led by Nancy Bonar, Jane Jordan
Women’s Connecting with God Study: “Poolside” by Ashlee Kinsel
Messy People, Wednesdays, 6:30-8 p.m.
TBD– Led by Courtenay Euton and Stacy Phillippe
Thursday Lunch Bunch, Thursdays, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Parlor– Led by Virginia Alford
Bring your lunch and join for fellowship and volunteer help with easy tasks.
The Beth Moore Study: “Jesus the One and Only, Beginning in November, Thursdays, 6:00 -8:00 p.m.
Parlor– Led by Donna Dunn
Whiskey and the Word, Tuesdays, 8 p.m.
Library – Led by John Kirk
- Men’s Life, Tuesdays, 7 a.m.
FELLOWSHIP HALL – Led by Troy Dunn Study TBD
- Men’s Life, Thursday, 6:30 a.m.
A group of young professionals, Bill Millers-outside 410 & Nacogdoches
Led by Troy Dunn Study TBD
Dads&Kids4Christ(2nd-5thgraders & dads)Meeting TBD
FELLOWSHIP HALL – Led by Ben Swaney
Join St. Andrew's, join the St. Andrew's Army
In stepFOUR of the St. Andrew’s Growth Track, new members will learn about the different ways they can get involved on our campus. Maybe you’re a new member trying to remember all the different ways you can get involved, or maybe you’ve been a member for years and looking for new ways to dive in. Either way, we’ve got you covered.
St. Andrew’s Army Units are comprised of several teams that work together to help our campus continue to be a fun and safe place to be.
Weekend Services: teams that assist in making weekend services an excellent experience.
- Campus Host Team
- Greeter Team
- Parking Team
- Production Team
- Usher Team
- Worship Team
The Officer’s Club: teams that assist other Army teams by providing moral (and often, breakfast!) support.
- Army Check-In Team
- Army Host Team
Next Generation: teams that are comprised of volunteers who wish to help with the special needs community members, kids, and youth.
- Heroes Team
- Kids and Families Team
- Students-P.F.G. Team
Connection: teams that are focused on creating meaningful experiences between St. Andrew’s community members.
- Ambassador Team
- Care Team
- Outreach Team
- Prayer Team
- Small Group Leaders
- Voice Team
Behind the Scenes: teams that are responsible for keeping our campus running smoothly, safe, and organized.
- Campus Support Team
- Events Team
- Legacy Team
- M.A.S.H. (Medic) Team
- MPs (Security) Team
- Resource Team
- Set-up/Take-down Team