St. Andrew Women are diverse in their journeys, but we acknowledge we are better together. We embrace all people, all ages, from all walks of life.
Find your group!
- Mothers of Preschoolers
- Annual Women’s Retreat
- Book Groups
- United Women in Faith Circles
- Music Opportunities
- and More…
Studies Small Groups
Check out: Women’s Spiritual Growth Group, Sisters, Spiritual Seekers, and Women’s Growth Group
(formally United Methodist Women)
United Women in Faith (UWF), formerly known as United Methodist Women (UMW), is a faith-based organization of women who are committed to growing in community with others and advocating on behalf of women, children and youth around the world.
We meet monthly in small “Circle” groups of caring and active women for fellowship, education, spiritual growth and mission outreach and programs. Fundraisers take place throughout the year to help support global and local ministries. The entire St. Andrew Unit of United Women in Faith and guests gather at least twice a year for outreach and social justice events. We participate in Conference and District events. All are welcome.
United Women in Faith Circle Groups
Contact UWF to join a circle group or get involved!
Agape Circle meets the third Tuesday morning of each month at St. Andrew from 10:30 a.m.-12:00 (noon) for fellowship, educational programs, outreach opportunities, community field trips and lunch. We support church wide activities and mission projects.
Friendship Circle meets at Holly Creek Retirement Community the third Saturday of each month at 10:00 a.m. and is our longest- running circle. This group of seniors and retired, yet very active women, meet for fellowship, various educational programs, speakers, and projects.
United Women in Faith Book Group – The group meets the fourth Tuesday evening of each month at St. Andrew from 7:00 p.m.– 8:30 p.m. to discuss books suggested by members or from the United Women in Faith Reading Program; covering topics such as social justice, spiritual growth, education for mission, leadership development and nurturing for community.
Circle of Joy
Circle of Joy meets the second Tuesday evening of each month at St. Andrew 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. for fellowship and a variety of programs and community outreach projects. Circle of Joy supports the Ruth Goebel program (Colorado Coalition women’s housing) provides Christmas stockings and various donations to The Crisis Center and IFCS in addition to other outreach projects and church wide-activities and missions. Childcare available upon request.
Piecemakers is an ongoing group making baptismal quilts, Quilts of Valor and other community quilting projects and enjoys field trips. All quilters and those interested in learning how to quilt are welcome.
Sewing day- fourth Thursday at 1:00pm
Business meeting- second Sunday, 10:00- 10:30am
Yarn for Others
This ongoing group of knitters and crocheters meet the first and third Friday of each month at 10:00 a.m. -12:00 (noon) to crochet or knit afghans and baby items, as well as scarves for Blue Christmas, hats and whimsical animals for groups in our community. Knitters and Crocheters or those interested in learning how are welcome.
Help us by baking cookies or being part of the funeral reception serving team which supports families and friends during memorial services or other church and district-sponsored receptions and events.
Cookie Angels will be asked to bake on a request basis. Once there is a known event, you will receive an email regarding baked goods needed and when.
Receptions Serving Team will be notified by email when a reception is scheduled and a need for volunteers is identified.
Mothers of Preschoolers
As moms, we belong together. We are a community of women who meet together to laugh, cry, and embrace the journey of motherhood.
Women’s Retreat October 2023
Every year there is a women’s retreat led by our women’s pastoral team. Stay tuned for more information.