Faith Formation at St. Andrew's begins at early ages in the Church School, progresses as students become young adults in our Journey to Adulthood program, and culminates as they become full adult members of the congregation
About Children and Youth Faith Formation
Overview of the Church School and Journey to Adulthood programs, including information on registration, class schedules, and special events.
Children in preschool through fifth grade attend St. Andrew's Church School. The mission of our Church School is to nurture the gift of faith as we share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Each year we continue to fulfill this mission by learning about the Bible, participating in the liturgical services, reaching out to others, and making new friends at St. Andrew's.
Youths in sixth through twelfth grades participate in the Journey to Adulthood program. Journey to Adulthood is a complete curriculum that gives young people in middle school and high school a firm foundation for the lifelong process of Christian formation. The program has three parts, and groups are formed as part of a two-year cycle.
Periodic classes and faith formation activities are offered throught the year. A weekly Bible study is held each Thursday from September through May.Learn More
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