Spiritual Growth -


opportunities to help us grow spiritually and relationally!

Are you looking for a place to connect with women in meaningful conversations? Perhaps you feels as though you need new ideas of how to process life’s challenges with a biblical foundation?

Our classes and activities are planned intentionally to support women in different walks of life. Each study group is formatted differently, but they all have a few things in common: study materials are based on God’s Word, discussions are led by spiritually-mature women, prayer time is a valuable component, and fellowship is a “given”—we are really good at that!

Monthly Fellowship Groups

(Many of the women in these groups have older children, are married or single, and some have grandchildren.
This is just to give an idea–they always welcome women in any stage of life!)


Meets on the third Monday of each month, from 10:30a–noon, beginning on August 20.


Meets on the third Monday of each month, from 6:30–8:00p, beginning on August 20.

Joy Bunch

Meets on the first Thursday of each month, at 11:45a at local restaurants, beginning on September 6.

Weekly Study Groups

*Childcare provided upon registration - jeanette@sapc.net

Mom Connection*

Meets on Mondays, at 9:30a, beginning on September 10.​

Tuesday Study*

Meets at 9:30a, beginning on September 4.

Thursday Study

Meets at 6:30p, beginning on September 6.

In the book of Titus, the Church is given the biblical model for women to disciple other women: “You must teach what is in accord with sound doctrine…teach the older women…Then they can train the younger women…so that no one will malign the Word of God.” (from Titus 2:1, 3–5)

The Women’s Ministry is committed to this same, God-given strategy for us to pass the legacy of biblical womanhood to the next generation. To fulfill this mandate, we have formed the Titus 2 Discipleship Ministry (T2M).

The purpose of T2M is to enable mature Christian women at Saint Andrews Presbyterian to develop authentic relationships with other women and to encourage and equip these women to glorify God as they think biblically and live covenantally according to the scriptural principles of womanhood.