Children & Youth

We welcome young children, youth, and families as they are. Period.

Often heard at any of our gatherings are phrases like, “everyone is welcome,” “bring your friends,”  “you don’t have to be a member to belong.” St. Andrew is a place for children, youth, and families who have never stepped foot inside a church building, and a place for children, youth, and families who have been part of a church forever. We welcome you with open arms from the second you are born and promise to love you, laugh with you, cry with you, support you, and follow Jesus together with you as we live out our faith every single day. Welcome to St. Andrew Lutheran Church.

If you are interested in being a Small Group Guide or a substitute leader for a group of youth, please register here.

Children’s Ministry

Children’s Ministry is for kids ages 0 – 5th grade and friends. We embrace the teachings of Jesus when he calls us to Love God and Love Others! We have opportunities for families and kids to connect, learn, play and grow in faith! All of our programming is intentionally crafted for kids to hear and experience the love of God and live out that faith in their daily lives.  Sunday School is offered during the 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM…

Confirmation Age Ministry

Welcome to Confirmation Age Ministry! We serve youth from 6th through 9th grade through youth events and Confirmation classes throughout the school year and summer. The Confirmation program at St. Andrew Lutheran Church begins as students enter 6th grade and concludes with the Affirmation of Baptism in the fall of 9th grade. Our program is designed with the hope that your child will learn more about Christ, deepen their faith, strengthen friendships, and find their place in the church. We…

High School Ministry

St. Andrew—The place for Youth High School Ministry is for all students who are 9th to 12th grade. We have a variety of programs that suits the needs of all students. From our Wednesday Night Youth Group (WNYG) to our service opportunities we have you covered.   We want students to learn not only about God but how God and our faith is a part of our daily life. That means being the hands and feet of Christ in our world.…