Satisfied in God | Loving One Another | Doing Good in the World
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  • 1) Entry Groups
  • 2) Neighborhood Groups
  • 3) Affinity Groups
  • 4) Content Groups
  • 5) Task Groups

Lawn Acres Group

Meets Sundays at 5 PM at the Stevenson Home. More info…

Worship at Eastside ALF

Two times each month we send a team to lead worship and visitation at Eastside Active Living Facility.  This relationship was coordinated through Heart-to-Heart Ministries. Contact: Jane Green, 954-709-9904 Monthly Worship, Praise, and Bible Study Every Other Saturday Interact with Residents Other Service Opportunities at the Center Volunteers meet at St. Andrews by 9:30 AM…

Women of Prayer

This group meets after the Women’s Thursday Morning Bible Study. Thursdays at 11:30 am Check the Parlor or the Library

Quilters, Cross-Stitchers & Apprentices

Whether you’re experienced in these skills or want to learn, come and be a part of the fun. Leader: Jane Green Meets: Wednesdays, 4 – 8 PM Come when you can, stay till you want

Priscilla & Sarah Circles

The Women’s Circles meet once per month and are a great way for women to get to know one another. Priscilla Circle: 3rd Monday, 7 PM.  Feb. 13 (Lesson #4) Sarah Circle: 3rd Wednesday, 9:45 AM. Feb. 15 (Lesson #4)

Hollywood Families

Meets every other Saturday at a Hollywood Park. More info…

Book Club – Ragamuffin Gospel

This is a new group that will take the form of a book club. Here’s the Info: Group Leader: Stephen Evelyn ( Group Type: Entry Group, Book Club, Discussion Book: Ragamuffin Gospel, by Brennan Manning Some available on SALT table in Narthex Meetings: Kickoff: Wednesday, February 15, 7pm.  Come meet for Pizza and an Introductory…

ESL English as a Second Language

Free weekly conversational English classes offered Thursday nights at St Andrews.

Women’s Morning Bible Study

Thursday Mornings
Using a study guide by Elizabeth George, Living With Passion and Purpose, the women are doing a study through the Book of Acts.

STA | Youth

Friday Evenings
Middle and High school students meet for fellowship, games and Bible study.

Wednesday Night Seniors

Wednesday Evenings
At 4 PM, seniors (58+) will meet in the Parlor to review and think of practical ways to apply the Sunday sermon.

Men’s Wednesday Morning Bible Study

Wednesday Mornings
Join George as he digs into God’s Word each week.

Women’s Monday Evening Bible Study

Monday Evenings (Starts Feb. 20)

God’s Line of Promise

Sunday Mornings
Kindergarten—5th grade study the Old & New Testaments, looking at God’s line of promise.

Youth dGroups

Sunday Mornings
dGroups is the primary program we use to help care students love one another.

Confissão de Fé (Portuguese)

Sunday Mornings
Estamos estudando a Confissão de Fé de Westminster na classe de Escola Dominical em português.

Conociendo Nuestra Iglesia (Spanish)

Mañana de Domingos
Curso de membresía en español – Únase a nosotros para conocer lo que cree nuestra iglesia, recibir respuestas a sus preguntas y saber como hacerse un miembro activo de nuestra congregación.

Men’s Lawn Guys

Wednesday Mornings
Come and help maintain the grounds at St. Andrews and the adjoining manse properties.


Wednesday Evenings
Choir rehearsals will take place in the Sanctuary to prepare for singing once-a-month during Sunday morning worship.

Men’s Evening Bible Study

Monday Evenings
The men are currently studying the book of Joshua.

Mothers of Young Children

Being able to have community with other moms that are going through the same struggles and joys is of great value.

Young Adults Home Group

Sunday Evenings
Discussions on the sermons. 7 pm Dinner; 8-9 pm Discussion. For those ages 18-35.

WOW (Way Out West) Home Group

Select Sunday Evenings
Discussions on the sermons. Light refreshments are served.


Led by: Chris Curtis, Will & Jen McHorne One Friday Each Quarter 6:00-9:00 PM During the school year, BiG!TiME! is the primary program we use to help share students become satisfied in God. BiG!TiME!  is an entry-level program in the student ministry and is called “BiGTiME” for a reason. There are BiG games, BiG food…

What is E.N.A.C.T.?

A love for Christ will inevitably bring with it a love for His church.  Here at St. Andrews we acknowledge that the best way to live out our Christian faith is in community.  We must act out our Christian walk on the stage of life with other believers.  We believe that the living outthe ENACTing, of these Gospel principles is best done in small groups.

Small groups offer so much more than just a place for Christian fellowship.   They foster an environment where the Simple Plan (Being Satisfied in God, Loving One Another, and Doing Good in the World) can be lived out.  We are so convinced of the transforming ability of small group participation that it is our goal that 100% of our members be connected in at least one small group here at St. Andrews.

Browse our listing of groups above and become connected today!

E – Entry Groups

The “E” in Enact stands for Entry or Introductory Groups to St. Andrews and to Christianity.  These small groups are a great starting point toward becoming connected with our church and the larger body of Christ.

N - Neighborhood Groups

The N in eNact is for Neighborhood Groups.  These are groups that meet in people’s homes in different neighborhoods around South Florida. Each group has a unique format and they meet at different frequencies. Find a group that suits your schedule near you!

A - Affinity Groups

The A in enAct stands for Affinity Groups.  Want to meet with other Christians with whom you share common interests?  Here at St. Andrews we have Affinity Groups for gender, age, etc.

C - Content Groups

The C in enaCt stands for Content Groups.  While, of course, all of the ENACT groups have at their core some content, these meetings are specific studies relayed through teaching.  Content groups can meet as Sunday classes between services or at some other time or place during the week.

T – Task Groups

The T in enacT stands for Task groups.  While the individuals in these groups are focused on serving our church and the larger community they do serve as communities in the truest sense of the term.

We have 30+ opportunities to be involved in Task Groups through our Home-based Ministries (“traditional” ministries found in a church, such as greeters) and Target Ministries (some particular element in society in need, such as the learning disabled, abused women and children, English as a second language).

For more information regarding these Groups, call the church 954.989.2655.