Fellowship Groups


Fellowship Groups

Life is not meant to be lived alone.  You were created to experience life with others.  Fellowship and interest groups are a community experience of three or more people who gather at the church, in a home or other location.  In a small group you’ll hang out and enjoy similar interests, from following your favorite sports team, having a game night, dining out…whatever interest you have.   Below you will see a list of groups that are already formed and meeting regularly or search for more interest groups here.

Another way to experience an  Interest Group  is to start one of your own.    To be a Host, you need to:

  • Have a heart for others
  • Be willing to open your home or arrange other location
  • Be ready to create lasting friendships

It’s simple and we’re here to help.  If you would like to host an Interest Group, designate your interest and register here. We will do the rest.



Adventure Club

Do you enjoy adventure?  Join this group of people in doing different fun and adventurous activities around town.  From mud runs to scavenger hunts, this group likes to have fun!  
Contact Mandy Barkhaus to get involved!

Boomers Laughing Together (BLTs)

This group of baby boomers meets five to seven times a year for various activities, including concerts, plays, picnics, outings, game nights and more. It’s a great way to meet other people of approximately the same age and of similar interests.
Email Julie Moore.

Busy Mom Book Club

If you are a mom and love to read, this group is for you! The group reads 4 books each year and discusses the books online through a Facebook Group. The moms meet for fellowship and book discussions after finishing a book. Moms with kids in all ages and stages are welcome!  
Contact Georgina Duggs to get involved.

Golf League

Men and women of all ages and skill levels are invited to join St. Andrew’s “Holy-in-One” Golf League.  The league plays Sunday evenings at Stone Creek Golf Course  April - August starting at 4:30 p.m. 
Email Alan Brugler for more information.

Hope Circle

The purpose of this community of women is to know God and experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.  The group meets the first Thursday of the month, check the calendar for more details.
Email Julie Moore

Men’s Group - Thursday Evening

Join this men’s group as they study and support each other through their faith journey.  They meet on the  1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at 7 p.m.  
Email Jim Jones

Men's Ministry

The Men's Ministry has three foci: Study (Bible and Book), Service & Missions and Social. They meet at various times during the year.  
Email Tom Christensen or Gene Welch  

Prayer Shawl Ministry

The Prayer Shawl Ministry is a group that could use your skills and talents to bring comfort and solace to others in their time of need. The women in this ministry crochet or knit warm comforting prayer shawls and baptism blankets. If you would like to be part of this ministry please join us on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month from 6:30-8:00 p.m. There are several great books on the subject of prayer shawls and the internet has a wealth of information as well.  
Email Lori Parkison  

Seasoned Perennials

Enjoy food, fellowship, games and sometimes a special program.  This daytime group meets for lunch and fellowship on the second Thursday of each month except December, January, and February, from noon-1 p.m.  Retirees and "about to be" retirees are welcome.  
Email Marlene Sellers

Softball - Men’s Teams

If your main goal is to have some fun and fellowship with St. Andrew’s members and friends while playing a little ball, then the St. Andrew's A's are for you.  They usually play on Sunday evenings May through August and all levels of playing skills are welcome. 
Email the church office for more information.


Volleyball meets September through May in the Family Life Center.   It's an ongoing activity every Sunday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.  Adults of all levels are welcome.  
Email Alan Brugler


women's retreat

The women of St. Andrew's have an annual retreat in March.  The retreat is held at Carol Joy Holling Retreat Center in Ashland, NE.  The program includes Bible study, worship,  relaxation time, fun and fellowship.  For more information contact Rev. Nita Hinds-Park or you can register for this years event below.
Email Nita Hinds-Park
Register for 2018 Retreat