St. Andrew Youth


Mission Trips

Part of our Mission is to love our neighbor and serve the
common good. One of the ways we do that  is through our
Youth Mission Trips. Every year we have the opportunity
to go on a number of trips, whether you go by yourself, with
your family or as a sponsor.

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Sunday school class for 6th-12th graders. Join your Middle/High School friends and Led by Youth Director, Cindy Klick.

Junior/Senior Experience
High school junior/seniors meet with Kip Wallen and other volunteers to have fun together, to explore what life will be like after high school and to gain skills such as financial planning. Led by Kip Wallen.


Real Time
Join other youth in a relaxed, large group environment every Sunday at 10:30. By playing games, doing team building activities, and studying the bible, we create a loving community and would love for you to join us. Led by Assistant Youth Director, Heather Wilson.

SNAP (Sunday Nights)
Middle and high school youth join adult leaders for a variety of activities, including Halloween food drives, preparing Thanksgiving baskets and care packages along with sports activities and a wide range of unique games. Led by Assistant Youth Director, Heather Wilson.


Dinner Groups
Meet with other high school friends (9th grade and up) in the Youth Zone parking lot and then go out for dinner at a local restaurant. Discussions cover various topics. Led by Assistant Youth Director, Heather Wilson


Breakfast (Middle School and High School)
Students meet before school with Cindy and/or Heather, or other approved drivers, at various restaurants near schools to eat and share devotions and prayer time together. Youth are then driven to school by approved drivers. Led by Youth Director, Cindy Klick and Assistant Youth Director, Heather Wilson.



Lunch (High School)
Meet with other high school friends (9th grade and up) to discuss various topics. Led by Assistant Youth Director, Heather Wilson and Cindy Klick, Director of Youth Ministries.


Confirm! Join us for Confirmation 2017 as a test church for
a new United Methodist confirmation curriculum, “Confirm.”
Talk about faith questions, build relationships with new
friends and deepen your relationship with God as you decide
whether church membership is the right step for you.

Classes run Sunday evenings late February through November,
with a companion parent class and summer service projects.
Confirmation 2017 features a March retreat and is open to
students in 8th grade and older.

Confirmation Schedule


Parent Resources / Power of Attorney

Adult Minor