Students

In Sunday School, mid-week small groups, and dozens of special events throughout the year, students gather together to make friends, have fun, and learn God’s principles for making wise decisions in their lives and relationships.

At St. Andrew, our student ministry helps students find a sense of purpose and belonging in their relationships with God and their community.

For more information, contact Michael Agnew.

2020 Students Calendar

Middle School Retreat Registration 

New Students Area Now Open

We're excited to welcome all in our community to explore our new Students area! We hope these additions help students find fellowship and a spiritual home. Take a look at the new spaces in the video below.

Upcoming Activities

Know Your Number Enneagram Parenting Workshop

Know Your Number Enneagram Parenting Workshop

March 21, 9:00am-4:00pm

The Enneagram is a powerful, Christian-based personality profile tool for understanding yourself and others.

Easter Lily Sales

Easter Lily Sales

Purchase online 24/7 or in person on Sundays; deadline March 8

Support the St. Andrew Student Ministry Scholarship Fund by purchasing Easter lilies. Lilies will brighten St. Andrew worship areas on Easter Sunday.

Middle School Retreat

Middle School Retreat

March 20-22 | Glen Lake Camp

We invite all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students to worship, play games, and fellowship at nearby Glen Lake Camp.

Tutors Needed for Student Ministry Home Days

Tutors Needed for Student Ministry Home Days

Afternoons on church campus

Student Ministry seeks adult tutors to volunteer during Home Days on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday afternoons, with middle or high school students.

Love and Logic

Love and Logic

Sundays March 15–April 5, 12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m., Festival Hall

Make parenting fun and rewarding, and trim the stress and chaos. For parents with children from birth through graduation.

Salt & Light Choir Dessert Show

Salt & Light Choir Dessert Show

February 23, 4:00 and 6:00 p.m., Smith Worship Center

Salt & Light Choir presents this year's fundraiser concert: "Disney and Dessert". Dessert is included with each ticket!


Stories

Mission Trip

JJ and Ira Landry suffered unthinkable loss in 2016. Their story was one of many in the flood-ravished Baton Rouge community, where St. Andrew students served on their annual mission trip.

Camp Impact

Friends, worship, plus a whole lotta mud make Camp Impact a blast for campers and volunteers alike.

Annual Events

On campus, in our community, and far beyond the church walls, St. Andrew Student Ministry provides the chance to grow in community and serve Christ on special trips. These annual events – Ski Trip, Middle School Retreat, Mission Trip, and Camp Impact – help our students come together and live out our mission.

Click here for Annual event info

Ongoing Programs

Wherever you are in your faith journey, these year-round gatherings are built for you.

 

Sunday School

Students grades 6-12 meet every Sunday morning from 9:45-10:30 a.m. Middle schoolers only meet from 11:00 to noon. Curriculum includes a video and Bible study discussion. All students start in a large group gathering and then break into small groups.

Middle school students: Student Center Middle School Gym
High school students: Student Center High School Gym
Confirmation: Festival Hall


Lighthouse Groups | High School

Lighthouse Groups are small groups of students who come together and meet on a weekly basis. The groups are led by student leaders in their homes and they all meet at 7 p.m. They are structured on growing in relationships together as well their personal relationship with Christ. Groups meet on Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights.


Four Twelve | Middle School

Sundays, 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
412 is our weekly youth group for all Middle School students (6th-8th grade). The group centers around 1 Timothy 4:12“Don’t let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity.”  

We host of a variety of events, including themed parties, competition games, and outings to trampoline parks and climbing gyms. Our goal is to make St. Andrew a home – a place that is comfortable and where our students want to bring their friends. Dinner is always provided. On occasion, we ask for a small donation to cover costs.

For more information, contact Melissa Adams.

February

23 | No 412 (Salt and Light Dessert Show)

March

1| Jumpstreet (6505 W. Park BLVD #200)

8 | No 412 (Spring Break)

15 | St. Patrick’s Party

22 | Dodgeball Tournament (AND MORE!)

29 | Dance Party 

April

5 | Stations of the Cross

12 | No 412 (Easter)

19 | Movie Night

26 | Trolls 2 (Cinemark @ 3800 Dallas PKWY)

May

3 | Corn Hole Tailgate

10 | No 412 (Mother’s Day)

17 | Pickleball (AND MORE)

24 | No 412 (Memorial Day)

31 | Group Dynamix (1100 Ventura Ct. #120)