Small Groups

Old & New DVD Signup

What: Old & New is a new video-based small group curriculum produced by St. Andrew’s Church Anew. Details: Old & New brings together ancient stories from the first book of the Bible into conversation with daily life and practical questions of parenting, living in community, and pondering our purpose. Beautifully shot videos feature a diverse cast of local voices who will help us see God’s goodness in our lives and all around creation. Small groups are forming for both participants…

Band of Sisters

Age Range: 30–50-Something aged women Description: To connect 30-50-something aged women to Christ and to one another through book discussions and Bible studies. Focused on building authentic relationships, fun, and spiritual growth. Childcare provided for a small fee. Contact: Kate Neiss

Sat. AM Men’s Bible Study

Age Range: Adult men 40+ Description: The Saturday mornings men’s group is a light hearted bunch from several churches in the South West Metro that enjoys Christian fellowship and learning. We have a particular liking to Andy Stanley and other contemporary Christian preachers. We use videos and Bible studies as conversation starters on living a Christian man’s life in today’s world. Join us anytime you don’t need to wait until we start a new series. All Mature (from 40 to…

Bread Baking 101

Pat Day (Minnesota State Fair ribbon-winning baker) and Pastor Peter Johnson return for another season of baking classes over Zoom that allows for all participants to bake from their own kitchens and interact with the instructors. Join us! Key to these sessions is the one-on-one attention from Pat Day and Pastor Peter. They will guide you from A-Z through the whole baking experience: introducing the overall bread baking process, the recipe, mixing the dough, kneading, panning, and baking. Zoom allows…

Outside the Lines Book Study

A More Just World Conversation: Outside the Lines Book Study “With a captivating mix of personal story and biblical analysis, Outside the Lines shows us how each of our bodies fits into the body of Christ. Outside the lines and without exceptions.” A More Just World was created to give us a platform for learning and growing together as we talk about things we just haven’t talked about or have talked about very little. We began our work on the…

Southwest Grief Coalition

Age Range: Adults Description: The death of a loved one is one of life’s most challenging passages one can experience. The churches of the Southwest Grief Coalition have bound together to provide support and education for those who would like to learn about the process of grief in a caring, supportive, and confidential setting. Learning about your grief leads to personal growth and healing. For up to date information and registration details visit the Southwest Grief Coalition website. Contact: Pastor…

Band of Brothers

Age Range: Mixed men Description: Join fellow Christian men each week to examine how faith affects our daily life and relationships. This group is involved in service projects both locally and farther away. Participate weekly, when you can, or when a service project that is announced interests you. Contact: Don Mussell

Early Risers Bible Study

Age Range: Mixed adults Description: Come for a lively discussion as we dive into the Word of God using books written by a variety of authors. On August 4 we begin a study on the book of Exodus. This is a 10-week study and you can join at any time. Contact: Pastor Gail Bach

Sewing the Word

Age Range: Adult women Description: Would you like to learn how to quilt or how to help out with the quilt group? We can use help with cutting, pinning, pressing, or sewing. We are happy to teach you. Our quilts have gone to an orphanage in Honduras, Haiti, Florida, Texas, battered women’s shelters, police departments, Children’s Hospital, St. Joseph Home, PROP, and many other places. Contact: Mary Ann Smith

Women of the Word—AM

Age Range: Adult Women Description: Women of the Word’s first study is The CHOSEN – What Does It Mean to Be Chosen. During this study we will watch the groundbreaking television series about the life of Jesus and complete the official companion study to season 1. Being chosen by Jesus has beautiful and far-reaching implications – although it says even more about the chooser than the chosen. We are loved because He’s love. We are saved because He’s merciful. We…

Wellness: Finding Your Life Balance

Finding Your Life Balance—with food patterns, moving forward a little or a lot, each day! Wednesday, January 26, 7:00 PM & Wednesday, February 9, 7:00 PM in Room 206 Join us as we discuss life balance, healthy food choices, exercise, relationships, mindfulness, faith, knowing your food patterns, recipes that are simple, tasty & healthy! We’ll spend time in small groups to share and gather questions on food etc. There will be handouts with many resources on healthy eating & a…

Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI)

Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) – Winter 2022 When we travel abroad to different countries, we witness new and different cultures. How do we react to them? There are different cultures in our own community, too, based on age, race, socio-economic status, national background, sexual orientation, etc. The IDI process is a global network of people committed to facilitating cross-cultural openness and understanding as a way to transcend ethnocentrism and establish effective, positive relations across cultural boundaries. The IDI is part…
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