At St. Andrew, discipleship and formation is a life-long journey leading to a fullness of faith through our many educational opportunities.
- We focus on providing fundamentals, and deeper curriculum
- Enjoy discussions with Scholars and Theologians
- Choose between ongoing or seasonal studies
- Specialized studies for Lent, Advent, Baptism, Confirmation, and more…
- Available online or in person
New & Seasonal Classes
Holy Land Overview and Debrief Tuesday, March 28, 6-7:30pm
Rev. Jerry will briefly overview the trip and put together a short video presentation. A few Holy Land pilgrims will give brief testimonials of their experience.
Hebrews Bible Study Sundays April 2nd– May 7th, 4-6pm | Rev. Jerry
This six-week study will take you through a study of Hebrews, tracing the themes of grace and gratitude through this unique New Testament book. In the Book of Hebrews, you will discover a bold perspective on who Jesus is and what he has done, as well as a powerful reflection on the meaning and significance of his death and resurrection in light of the Old Testament.
Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work Series
Sunday- April 2nd-May 28th (no class on the April 16th), 10:30 am – 11:45
Cost & Materials: $30 for two ($15 each) Seven Principles Couple Guides, money to be brought to the first workshop. Scholarships are available. Childcare will be available from 10:30-noon downstairs, please include this in your registration email.
Debrief & Discussion: Nativity Walk & Holy Land
Sunday April 2 , 11:45am-1:30pm
Join travelers from the Holy Land and Nativity Walk trips as they debrief and discuss their contrasting experiences.
Open & Relational Theology-Mondays May 8 & May 15, 6:30-8pm
“Open and Relational Theology,” is a newer and more accessible expression of Process Theology and will be taught by Rev. Mark Feldmeir. Session One is on “Core Beliefs of Open and Relational Theology” and session two is on “Open and Relational Faith in Everyday Life.”
How to be a Good LGBTQ+ Ally- Sunday, June 4th at 4-6pm
Join us to discuss various queer issues and how to better support the queer people in your life.
What’s in a Name? Sunday, June 11th at 11:45am-1:30pm
What is a pronoun? Why is it important? Learn more about gender and the use of pronouns.