High School Ministry (Grades 9-12)

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Opportunities for high school youth to grow in faith, build friendships, develop leadership skills, and serve the community. Check out the many different opportunities for kids in Grades 9-12.

Weekly and Monthly Opportunities

Wednesday Night Alive 

Wednesdays, 2:45-7 p.m. in the Youth and Sports Center – No WNA Nov. 27, ends Dec. 11; resumes on Jan. 8

Children and youth are invited to our afternoon drop-in program with open gym, games, movies, and pizza and snack sales. Come after school or prior to evening programming (such as Confirmation or youth choirs). High school youth are welcome to hangout and get to know our youth ministry staff, pastors, and volunteers in a safe, fun environment.

Full program details and schedule PDF

Worship Band

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High school youth of all musical talents are welcome to join in worshiping God through music. Come and learn how to play, sing, and dance! The band also shares music during a number of children and youth events through the year.

Peer Ministry Monthly

Sundays, 12-1:30 p.m. in the Youth and Sports Center

Feb. 23

Peer Ministry Monthly gathers trained peer ministers for a time to check in, practice leadership skills, continue learning, and share a meal (lunch is provided). Connect with others to discuss how peer ministry is working in your daily life and how to be more intentional in having meaningful conversations with peers. All are welcome — including 9th graders interested in peer ministry. Let’s learn, laugh, and eat good food!

Special Events

Confirmation Camp Leader Training

Sunday, March 22, 2-4 p.m. in the Youth and Sports Center Pier 7

Be part of the leadership team that shapes our Confirmation Camp experience at Camp Wapo! Become a cabin leader, be a part of the worship team, write Bible studies, or create and lead large group games. There are five training sessions; all are required. Training dates are Feb. 23, March 22, April 19, May 3, and May 31. Camp is June 8-12 with a special Camp Leader Weekend just for high schoolers June 12-14. For more information, contact Josh Carlson at 651.762.9131 or jcarlson@saintandrews.org.

High School Music Opportunities

St. Andrew’s offers a variety of options for children and youth (Grades K-12) to be involved in vocal and instrumental music groups. For details and registration for choirs, please visit the children’s and youth music page.

Family Ministry

Family events provide an opportunity to connect with others, meet new people, and deepen relationships within our wider church family. Events are designed for a number of interests and ages. Learn more on our Family Ministry page.

We also provide learning opportunities for parents/guardians (and any adults who care for the youth in our community), with topics focused on issues and concerns relevant to today’s families. Learn more on our Parent Education page.

Community Partners

Scout Troop 89

Scouts is open to all ages 11 (fifth grade) through 18. Interested youth and their parents are invited to stop by anytime to learn more about Scouts. The Troop meets weekly during the school year on Mondays at 7 p.m. Additional information can be obtained by contacting Jim Schuster, Scoutmaster or Bob Cedergren. Information is also available on the Troop’s website.

Mahtomedi Area TreeHouse

St. Andrew’s hosts TreeHouse on our campus. TreeHouse programs are designed to meet social, emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual needs of at-risk teens. TreeHouse provides a safe environment as well as mentoring for teens to receive support, guidance and practical skills in making better choices today to live as healthy adults tomorrow. For more information on the Mahtomedi TreeHouse and who they serve, visit their website.


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