|The second fall term of adult education classes at St. Andrew will begin on Sunday, October 23, between services. The lineup includes an introduction to the Bible focusing on the Old Testament books of Samuel through Ecclesiastes; an examination of the context and content of the 95 Theses Martin Luther nailed to a church door in 1517; and a look at racism through many lenses. In the racism class, participants will review the U.S. immigration process and refugee experience, examine what it means to be privileged in America, and discuss ways to counter racism.
||S t. Andrew is in the early stages of seeking an experienced director to manage the St. Andrew Learning Center, one of our primary ministries with three classrooms serving infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Watch this space for forthcoming details and information about how to apply.