Children’s Ministry (Grades K-5)
Our elementary children’s ministries provide opportunities for children to experience the love of Jesus, build friendships, and grow in faith.
Dock Children’s Education
Our Children’s Weekend Dock program is currently suspended while we are worshiping online. Please see our online resource section, including our FAITH5- weekly emails on faith building activities to do with the whole family!
Skipping Stones Ministry
A child’s preparation for First Communion is provided as one of our Skipping Stones ministries for those in grades 1-5. Children (with a parent) attend a fun, experiential Saturday morning workshop and then receive their first Holy Communion with their family during a worship service. For more information, visit our Skipping Stones ministry information.
Third Grade Bible Blessing
Our Skipping Stones ministry celebrates six significant moments in a child’s journey of life and life. The Third Grade Bible Blessing, designed for children during grade 3 (or higher), involves participation in an interactive parent-child workshop and presentation of the Bibles during worship. For more information, visit our Skipping Stones ministry information.
Children’s Music Opportunities
St. Andrew’s offers a variety of options for children and youth (Grades K-12) to be involved in vocal and instrumental music groups. For details and registration for choirs, please visit the children’s and youth music page.
Wednesday Night Alive (NOT CURRENTLY MEETING)
Wednesdays, 2:45-7:15 p.m. in the Youth and Sports Center –
Families are invited to drop in for open gym, games, and time to connect with friends and other families. Pizza, snacks, and drinks are available for purchase. Open to all children and youth. Children in grades 5 and under are required to have an adult present at all times. No prior registration required.
Family events provide an opportunity to connect with others, meet new people, and deepen relationships within our wider church family. Events are designed for a number of interests and ages. Learn more on our Family Ministry page.
We also provide learning opportunities for parents/guardians (and any adults who care for the youth in our community), with topics focused on issues and concerns relevant to today’s families. Learn more on our Parent Education page.