ADULT EDUCATION
 
 
Troubling the Waters for the Healing of the Church – This is an 18 session journey which will take us through the liturgical year as we look at issues of racism, white privilege and white supremacy within the church. This course will be facilitated by Pastor Joan Gunderman, member of St. Andrew’s.  Please preregister so you receive the Zoom link by emailing Pastor Joan  joangunderman@gmail.com   
 
The 18 sessions will be online via Zoom on Tuesday evenings 6:00 – 8:00 pm on the following dates
Advent: Dec. 1, 8, 15.
Christmas-Epiphany: Jan. 19
Lent: Feb. 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Easter: April 20, 27, May 4
Pentecost: May 25, June 8, 15, 22, 29.
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New Members Class  is usually offered twice each year for those interested in membership at St. Andrew’s.  It’s a time to learn about the history, present and future of the church.  Ministries and programs of the church are introduced and explained.  We cover the basics of Christianity from a distinctly Lutheran perspective and how that is lived out in and through St. Andrew’s.  The Marks of Discipleship (prayer, worship, Bible reading, service, relationships and giving) provide the basic shape to this class.  We share some of the foundational pieces of this congregation including the Mission Statement.  It’s a time to ask questions, hear preliminary answers, meet staff and other course participants.  All people interested in joining St. Andrew’s should be part of a New Member Class.  Contact the church office to find out when the next New Member Classes will be scheduled.