Church Activities


We have a few dates still available—available dates are October 9, and November 13. Contact the church office if you’d like to participate.  Prior to your chosen Sunday, you will be sent a letter from the office confirming your sign-up, a form to fill out specifying what you would like printed in the News and Notes, and a return envelope to mail the form and your check back to St. Andrew. 

WORSHIP VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Are you looking for a way to be of service alongside our St Andrew family? We’re looking for 2 ushers each Sunday to help collect the offering, be helpful in seating our congregants, and general service during our Sunday Worship Service. Contact Skye Miller with questions or to sign up.

SEPTEMBER MISSION FOCUS: This month the Missions Committee is highlighting The Redwoods Presbytery Mission, Pedal for Protein. Pedal for Protein (P4P) is a group bike ride sponsored by the Presbytery of the Redwoods, Hunger Task Force based in Napa, California. All funds raised are donated to Northern California Food Banks for local food pantries and one international hunger relief project. Participation helps many grassroots food pantries that are struggling to provide quality protein food such as canned tuna, peanut butter, canned beans, yogurt, eggs and more to hungry families, seniors and children along the Northern California Coast from the Golden Gate Bridge to Crescent City, also including Napa, Solano and Lake Counties. Pedal for Protein raised over $60,000 in 2021. In its first eight years, riders have raised collectively $352,000! The 9th Annual 5-day fundraising ride will take place from September 11 – 15, 2022. Once again, a generous family in our congregation has offered a donation match to help us reach our goal! Envelopes are available in the bulletin today or you can send your contribution directly to the church.

GARDEN OF REMEMBRANCE UPDATE. In October, the Planning Committee for the Garden of Remembrance will be assessing whether we have enough interest and participation to proceed with the project. Therefore, if you are interested in purchasing a niche in the columbarium or a memorial plaque, we encourage you to step forward as soon as possible, and let us know by making a commitment and deposit by September 30 at the latest. If you have any questions about the project, please feel free to contact Rick Hicks, or one of the other Committee members: Cam Hawing, Jim Morgan or Eileen Haflich


NEW MEMBER INFORMATIONAL CLASS– October 9th after worship in the Conference Room. Please join Rev. Nicole Trotter for a light brunch and discussion on what it means to be a member of St. Andrew, the PCUSA and the Reformed Tradition. Learn more about the history of this church and the greater Presbyterian church, theology and traditions.  There’s no obligation to join by attending. Sign up on the In-Gathering Clip Board after worship or contact the church office if you’d like to attend.


ST. ANDREW CHOIR AND BELL CHOIR: Share your musical talents with the Congregation! The St. Andrew Choir Rehearses every Wednesday evening from 6:00-7:00pm, followed by the St. Andrew Bell Choir Rehearsal every Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:00pm. See Barret if you are interested!

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY—Every Wednesday from 11:00am-12:00pm in the St. Andrew Conference Room. Join Us!

FRIDAY MORNING WOMEN’S MEDITATION—9:30-10:30am in the St. Andrew Conference Room Whether you’re a meditation guru or just needing some quiet time to yourself, we want to provide a space for you to decompress and connect with other women. Meditation is led by Pastor Nicole. Bring a friend!

GRACEFUL AGING WOMEN’S GROUP—every 2nd and 4th Fridays from 2:00-3:15pm on Zoom. All women are welcome—contact Nancy Kirkpatrick with questions.

ACOUSTIC SUNDAY—the 3rd Sunday of the month during Worship Service at 9:00am—A slightly less traditional service with acoustic music throughout the service.

THE BROTHERHOOD—FUN WITH A PURPOSE: St. Andrew Men’s Group—Meets Quarterly for fun, fellowship and service to others. Join us!