Helping students to be satisfied in God, loving one another and doing good in the world. In the Student Ministry, we identify students using three categories: share, care, and core.
- Share students are visitors who come to a youth event and fill out an information card.
- Care students are those who attend church regularly. Their families may or may not be members of the church, but they are Christians and would consider St. Andrews as their home church.
- Core students are members of the church, growing in their relationship with God, and committed to practicing the Christian life.
MOTs (Mobile Outreach Teams) is the primary program we use to help core students do good in the world. MOTs (Thursdays at 6:30-8:30 pm) is a ministry to the children of ESL students at St. Andrews. Ministry teams utilize music, puppets, gospel-centered Bible stories, games, crafts, and snacks.
Middle and High school students meet for fellowship, games and Bible study.
dGroups is the primary program we use to help care students love one another.
One Friday a Month
Once a month during the school year, the middle/high school youth group invites their friends to this outreach event with games, food, and Bible study.
Security & Peace of Mind Volunteers and staff who work with infants through 12th graders at St Andrews have undergone fingerprinting and background checks.