Click on any of the organizations listed below to learn more about them and how we work with them.
St. Andrew has long been a supporter of the local Sonoma Valley F.I.S.H. program and is a special project of the Deacons. Numerous members of the congregation provide direct help to the F.I.S.H. program which maintains a food bank, and helps those in need with assistance in obtaining needed clothing, food, and shelter, and referrals to information and support services and rides.
The Deacons designate the third Sunday of each month as F.I.S.H. Sunday to encourage donations of money, food and clothing items which are then given directly to the F.I.S.H. program.
Young Life is for all high school kids. At our Monday evening “clubs” we have lots of fun learning about the love of Jesus in a way that today’s unchurched teens can understand. Volunteer leaders cultivate trusting relationships with teens and “earn the right to be heard”. Young Life is a local program that is part of a well-established, successful national and international program, designed to bring unchurched high school and middle school kids to Christ.
Sonoma High School club meets select Monday nights at 7:21 p.m. and going throughout the school year.
Local Sonoma YoungLife Website: Sonoma County YoungLife
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Young Life Sonoma
PO Box 125
El Verano, CA 95433
Faith In Action
Each year St. Andrew will be shutting its doors for one Sunday and pouring out into the community in an effort to “Don’t go to church, Be the church.”
Members and friends of St. Andrew will have numerous opportunities to be of service. We will have something for EVERYONE to do. There are projects that are going to get us dirty…and projects where we can sit and organize. We have projects that involve tools…and projects that don’t. What is most important is that we ALL participate. This isn’t a Sunday off from church, this is the church.
Mentoring: Stand By Me
Habitat for Humanity
St. Andrew had been intimately involved with Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County for several years now. We donated money and many volunteer hours of a Faith Build House in Cotati. St. Andrew volunteers worked hard to save Irma Castillo’s home in Sonoma as part of Habitat’s first Aging-in-Place project in Sonoma County and recently completed another Aging-in-Place project in Boyes Hot Springs. St. Andrew raises funds for Habitat by means of an annual Jazz Concert. The future will include volunteering on three new Habitat homes in October of 2018. For more information you are welcome to contact David Irvine at here.