Connection Groups

Connection Groups are a great way to meet new people and grow together in the Christian faith with new friends.

Men of St. Andrew’s


Men of St. Andrew’s is for all men who would like to join us.  We generally meet after worship on Sundays for Bible study, book studies, and video studies.  We also gather at other times to serve the church and the world through work projects.  On Sunday mornings we are currently engaged in a Bible study on How God Makes Men.

Theology and a Brew


Meets at 8 p.m. on second and fourth Mondays at Kelly’s Sports Bar at 102 N. Page Ave. (across the street from West Endicott Park).
Whether your favorite brew is beer or coffee, or you prefer something else to drink, join the group on second and fourth Mondays for an open and lively conversation about the big questions of life and some smaller ones.  Join Deacon Warren Musselman, bring your questions, or just listen.

Tuesday Mornings 

On summer break.  Our current study: Dust to Glory by  R. C. Sproul will restart in September.
dust to glory
Join Dr. Sproul on a unique study tour as he explores the major themes, events, and people that are brought to life in the Bible. Dust to Glory provides a panorama of biblical truth and a starting point to help you understand the content of the Bible.  Led by Fr. Tony Seel
Wednesday Evenings 
On summer break.  Will restart in September.
Join us for this study of one of the major prophets of the Old Testament.  Meets on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in our Fellowship Room.  Led by Deacon Warren Musselman.

Friday Afternoons: All In

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It’s a radical message: Nothing belongs to you—not even you! Discover the radical act of dethroning yourself and enthroning Christ as King of your life! Combining contemporary illustrations with the stories of biblical characters like Shamgar, Elisha, Jonathan, and Judas, Pastor Mark Batterson helps you take the next step in your faith walk and surrender everything to Christ.
Join our Friday group for a simple lunch at noon with the study to follow.   Led by Fr. Leroy Schultz and Deacon Helen Schultz.