Children are the Present and the Future of the Church St. Andrew is dedicated to providing opportunities for youth of all ages to grow in spirit. Youth and Family ministry is for all ages and seeks to provide opportunities for children to share time together in fellowship, on mission trips, in classrooms, doing community service, playing games or taking trips just for fun.

Kids Activities to Grow in Faith


Every week we provide a nursery attendant and helper to care for the youngest of Jesus’ disciples. With complete background checks, and experience in childcare, your children are safe and loved. Here they have their first encounter with the love Christ.

Children’s Message

Age 4 through rising 3rd grade (or older upon request of parents)
St. Andrew is designed to provide a meaningful worship experience for younger children attending worship on Sunday mornings. The service begins with words of Scripture and a song. We say a prayer of confession and receive the promise of forgiveness. We spead to each other by “sharing the peace of Christ.” We encourage our young listeners to join us then at the front of the sanctuary during the Children’s Message. We provide interactive stories that connect with the happenings of worship that day to help children learn and grow in their Christian faith. The Children’s Message is delivered by our Children and Youth Ministries Director, Jessica Randall. 

Grades Pre-K through 2nd Grade

Elementary-aged children are invited to attend Sunday School in the youth lounge after the Children’s Message during worship. St. Andrew is dedicated to the spiritual enrichment of our children and youth. At St. Andrew, we recognize children learn best by doing. For  ages K-5th grade, we use the Deep Blue Sunday School. This curriculum involves active challenges, storytelling and play that are melded into learning experiences with carefully crafted questions to help kids tie Scriptural truth into their own lives. Sunday School is staffed with loving, dedicated (and background-checked) members within our congregation. Please let us know how we can help you help your children grow in faith!
A long-standing tradition at SAPC is to present our third grade students with their own Bible. As young readers, they can begin to learn in their own reading of Scripture. We encourage parents to take time to read their Bibles together and to help their young ones read aloud so that God’s word will come alive in their lives as a treasured experience of loving family. We will use these Bibles in the Sunday School as well.
Watch the calendar for special events such as pool parties, and vacation Bible school.
Have a Question about Youth Ministry? Visit our Facebook or feel free to call the church office Monday through Friday, at 540-338-4332. You can also email