Adult Education

At St. Andrew’s we are called to proclaim Jesus Christ, live in Christ, and serve. In order to do this we need to continue to grow, learn, and be strong in our understanding of the Triune God in this world. We offer a variety of classes, taught by seminary professors, pastors and lay leaders, that will challenge you, bring you into a deeper relationship with Christ, and move you into mission.

You are welcome to jump in any time, or contact the church office for more information at 651.426.3261 or office@saintandrews.org.


Men’s Tuesday Morning Bible Study

Pastor John Straiton
Great Hall. Open to all men. No fee.
Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 a.m., year-round
2016 -17 Topic:  The Gospel of Matthew 
Registration is not necessary.


John StraitonREAD Bible Study: The New Testament
Pastor John Straiton

The study is offered at these two times for your convenience:

• Monday mornings, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., Great Hall – resumes September 25, 2017
• Wednesday evenings, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m., Sanctuary Room 202 – resumes September 27, 2017

Written and taught by Pastor John Straiton, READ is a comprehensive overview of the Bible.  The New Testament will be offered during the 2017/18 school year.

Cost:  $25.00 (includes study guide). Register online or with a registration envelope available at the hospitality desk in each building.

Register online.    For more information, contact Dianne Nash, dnash@saintandrews.org, 651.762.9141.


Fall Parent Education Series

Stress, anxiety, and the impact of technology on mental health and brain development in children and teens

Internal Overload

Wednesday, September 13, 5:45-7:15 p.m. Great Hall
Stress or anxiety? What is the difference between these and how do you recognize signs? We will explore ways to help children, teens, and their families manage their stress.

Behind the Screen

Wednesday, September 20, 5:45-7:15 p.m. Great Hall
Is your technology interfering with personal relationships? What is the connection between a teen’s brain development and social media? Learn guidelines for healthy media use.

The Congregational Care and Youth Ministry Teams are excited to partner with Youth Service Bureau of Stillwater to provide this parent education series. The series is open to ALL parents, grandparents, and everyone else who loves kids. Childcare will be provided. For more information, please contact Heidi Lender at hlender@saintandrews.org.


Unleashing the Sacred Creative Spirit

2nd Thursdays, September 14 – April 12, 6-7:30 p.m.

You are an artist. The Holy Spirit invites us into creation, so whether you have identified your gifts, or are still on a quest to find them we want to join together to see how to use our call into creativity.

We will tap into different artistic practices and flourish and fail and learn from each other. We will be going through the book “The Creative Call” by Janice Elsheimer and practice different expressions of art each month. Register online at saintandrews.org. Contact Carrin Mahmood with questions at cmahmood@saintandrews.org or 651.762.9119.


Contemporary Perspectives on Luther

Do Luther’s reforming insights still speak to us? Come hear and converse with theologians as they address how Luther’s reforming insights speak to, and are redefined by, a range of current topics and issues. The conference will be held on August 18-19, Northwestern Auditorium, Luther Seminary, 2481 Como Ave., St. Paul. It is free and open to the public. For more information, click here or contact Lois Malcolm, Luther Seminary, lmalcolm@luthersem.edu.