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ST. ANDREW ’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

WORSHIP MEN ADULTS

BACK TO [CHURCH]

+ CONNECTING

DEEPER WITH ONE ANOTHER A N D W I T H C H R I S T.

WOMEN FAMILY TUITIONS MISSIONS CARE


of god

D G KIN M SE RM O N S ER I ES

MAKING ALL THINGS NEW SEPTEMBER 7 - OCTOBER 6


A NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH WITH GLOBAL IMPACT. CHAP CLARK

Pastor, Head of Staff

Join us ON THE WEEKEND! SATURDAY

5:00 P.M. [MODERN]

SUNDAY

9:00 A.M. [CLASSIC] 11:00 A.M. [MODERN] 10:00 A.M. [THE GAP] Don’t miss “The Gap,” an hour between the two Sunday services with food, fun, classes and other fellowship opportunities!

What is God up to in our midst? Where is he taking us? This past summer, we explored together what it means to be a Neighborhood Church. Jesus himself affirms that there are two great commandments: to love God and to love our neighbor as ourselves. As a community of followers, God is calling us into the world of our neighbors. Every church has a location, and our location together is the starting point as we begin to walk in step with God’s purposes in the world. As a neighborhood church:

+ We come together to worship and express our gratitude to God for his love and mercy; + We seek to meet the needs of each member of our

local household of faith; and

+ We spill our love for God and one another into

those neighbors – both near and far – toward whom

he leads us as we represent him.

As a neighborhood church, each one of us is called to care for, and to be cared for, by our community. This fall, we will discover together the great privilege we have of being included in Christ’s mission to make all things new. He

LIVESTREAM

SUNDAY | 9:00 + 11:00 A.M. sapres.org/onlinecampus

is not only at work in each one of us, but also in reaching the world he loves through us. We look forward to Christ leading us personally and together in ways we can never imagine, as we get a deeper glimpse of the Kingdom he brings. This Fall Brochure is an invitation. It is full of ways for you to connect deeper with one another and with Christ. Our hope is

BAPTISMS

[FOURTH SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH] Interested in getting baptized? A pastor would love to meet to discuss this sacred and celebratory moment. For more info, email karlib@sapres.org.

that you would read the brochure and see all that is happening here at St. Andrew’s, as we share together in the life of our church. Jesus has built something in us that only he can unlock, and we have the great joy of following him as he reminds us of who he is - the great “I Am.” CHAP CLARK


WORSHIP

AUGUST KIDS CHOIR Wednesdays | 4:45 p.m. The Kids Choir is a wonderful way for the children of St. Andrew’s to be ministry leaders! Rehearsals are weekly on Wednesdays beginning August 28 at 4:45 p.m., Pre-K – 5th grade. Performances are September 29 in services, October 27 at 10:00 a.m. in the Plaza, Thanksgiving Service at 10:00 a.m., Christmas Concerts, December 8 and 15 at 4:00 p.m., and the Christmas Eve Services at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. For more info, contact Gina Pierce at ginap@sapres.org.

NOVEMBER THANKSGIVING SERVICE 10:00 a.m. | Sanctuary Thanksgiving is a time for family. After you put the turkey in the oven, come join your St. Andrew’s family for the Thanksgiving Service as we express our gratitude to God.

DECEMBER ST. ANDREW’S CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING SPECTACULAR! December 8, 15, 23, 24 | The Well After our Christmas Concerts and Christmas Eve Services, join us for the St. Andrew’s Christmas Tree Lighting Spectacular! Invite your family, friends and neighbors to this magical production as we celebrate Christmas together!

CHRISTMAS CONCERT “ALL IS BRIGHT” 4:00 p.m.** | Sanctuary The most wonderful time of the year starts with the St. Andrew’s Christmas Concerts! Experience the music, story, and joy that awakens the child in us all. For more info or to purchase tickets, contact Gina Pierce at ginap@sapres.org.

TRAVELER’S CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE 6:00 p.m.* | Sanctuary 2:00, 4:00* , 6:00*, 8:00* p.m. | Sanctuary Children’s programming available for ages birth - Kindergarten on December 23 and at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. on December 24. *Candlelight Services +Christmas Tree Lighting Spectacular **Christmas Tree Lighting Spectacular

SANCTUARY CHOIR Sundays | 9:00 + 11:00 a.m. services | Sanctuary Thursdays | 7:00 p.m. rehearsals | Deaver Room The Sanctuary Choir is a warm, welcoming community of talented singers that leads worship on Sunday mornings during the 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. services. During our weekly rehearsals, we make music, pray, and fellowship together as we prepare to serve the Lord in joyful song. If you love to sing and would like to meet new people, we welcome you to try it out! To set up a meet-and-greet with our director, Michael Busch, or for more info about singing at St. Andrew’s, contact Elizabeth Dobbin at elizabethd@sapres.org or 949.574.2252. Our first rehearsal will be Thursday, September 5 at 7:00 p.m. in the Deaver Room.

HOOTENANNY 1st + 3rd Wednesday | 4:30 p.m. | Corner Café Calling all amateur and professional musicians! Our Hootenanny is a great time of fellowship, playing and singing beloved hymns and folk songs. Join us on September 18, October 2 and 16, November 6 and 20, and December 4 and 18! For more info, contact Gina Pierce at ginap@sapres.org.

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CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE

ONGOING

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AS IRON SHARPENS IRON PROVERBS 27:17

SEPTEMBER TUESDAY MORNING MEN’S STUDY Tuesdays | 6:45 – 8:00 a.m. | Dierenfield Hall We are excited to start a new series with a great group of men. Stay tuned for details and mark your calendars for our fall launch on September 17.

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Contact Mari Hanson for more info, marih@sapres.org.

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NOVEMBER MEN’S SERVICE OPPORTUNITY; WOMEN’S MINISTRY EVENT: “TEALICIOUS!” 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Dierenfield Hall Men, let’s bless the women of St. Andrew’s! They need 30 men, ages 12 and up, to serve as table hosts at their tea party luncheon! This would include extending hospitality and serving food and beverages to a wonderful group of women and their invited guests as they are encouraged in their faith and friendships. Please consider jumping in to serve and be blessed by extending hospitality. RSVP via email to Pastor Megan at meganh@sapres.org.

ONGOING MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST Wednesdays | 7:00 – 8:00 a.m. | Dierenfield Hall For more than 50 years, this group of men at St. Andrew’s has gathered for fellowship, food, and spiritual encouragement as they seek to engage in the life of the church and community. Contact Mari Hanson for more info, marih@sapres.org.


ADULTS

SEPTEMBER LABS Sundays | 9/8 - 11/24 | 10:10 – 10:55 a.m. Wednesdays | 9/18 - 12/11* | 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. Join us for LABS on Wednesday nights following Wednesday Night Dinner! Choose from a variety of Life and Bible Studies (LABS) that focus on different topics within the Christian faith.

NOVEMBER REFRESHING YOUR MARRIAGE CONFERENCE November 1 - 2 | Knott Avenue Christian Church

In addition to Wednesday nights, we are offering a new Sunday Bible study beginning September 8! Stick around or come early

Your marriage matters! Attend this amazing event with Doug Fields, Jim Burns, and our own Megan Hutchinson at Knott Avenue Christian Church in Anaheim. Refreshing Your Marriage is a 2-day conference that offers a yearly “tune-

Open to all adults. Stay tuned for course offerings by visiting sapres.org/labs. *Not meeting on November 27.

Email kitty@sapres.org for registration details and discounted pricing.

during “The Gap,” in between services, as we are led by our very own pastors each Sunday.

up” for your relationship and equips you with valuable tools and perspective to keep your bond growing in the right direction.

BRANCHES Sundays | 9/29 – 10.27 | 10:10 – 10:55 a.m. Wednesdays | 11/6 – 12/11 | 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. New to St. Andrew’s or considering membership? Longing for connection and deeper understanding of Scripture? Join us for Branches! This churchwide study provides us with the tools to better understand the core theology of what it means to know, trust, love and follow Jesus Christ in community with others. There is no cost to attend. This is a prerequisite for membership, because you will learn what we believe and why! Join us! Visit sapres.org/branches to sign up.

OCTOBER FALL SPIRITUAL RETREAT 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | St. Andrew’s Church

FOR MORE INFO ON ADULT MINISTRIES, PLEASE CONTACT KARLI BERKOMPAS, KARLIB@SAPRES.ORG.

Looking to go deeper? Get connected? Lead a group? Small Groups (formerly called Life Groups) are the perfect place to start. Small Groups meet regularly to build relationship, pray for one another, learn the Bible, and engage in the Kingdom of God. This is a great way to connect with others while growing spiritually on the journey with Jesus. Check out our new webpage where you can search for a group that fits best for you, sapres.org/smallgroups.

CONSIDERING MARRIAGE? We want every couple we marry at St. Andrew’s to experience the SYMBIS Assessment. Alongside one of our pastors, SYMBIS offers a personalized and profound process for helping couples start a lifelong relationship, and it’s grounded in research and practical application. For more info, email Karli at karlib@sapres.org.

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In these busy, distracted, and often lonely times, there is no substitute for getting away to connect with God. Join us for this on-campus spiritual retreat, where we will spend undistracted time encountering God. Complimentary children’s programming available with pre-reservation by calling 949.574.2239. Visit sapres.org/ministries/adults to sign up.

ONGOING

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REGISTRATION BEGINS OCTOBER 7 WITH EARLY BIRD PRICING AT SAPRES.ORG/MINISTRIES/WOMEN.

girls ARISE! MARCH 7-8, 2020 THE DANA RESORT ON MISSION BAY You’re invited! This year’s theme is ARISE! You will be nurtured and inspired and leave empowered to rise up and be more of whom God created you to be. Our gifted speaker is Laura Suk, who will share from her heart to yours what it means to ARISE!

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WOMEN

FOR MORE DETAILS, EMAIL WOMEN@SAPRES.ORG.

SEPTEMBER TRIBE: A PLACE FOR MOMS Wednesdays | 9:15 - 11:00 a.m. | Family Center Mothering isn’t always easy! Come join us on Wednesdays, beginning September 18, as we connect over topics such as marriage, parenting, personal well-being and more. No registration required. Complimentary children’s programming with pre-reservation by calling 949.574.2239. Email women@sapres.org for details.

ONGOING

DEEPER | A.M. + P.M. BIBLE STUDY

DEVOTED | CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLE STUDY

Wednesdays | 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. | Kannwischer Room Thursdays | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. | Dierenfield Hall

Tuesdays | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. | Dierenfield Hall

Join us this fall, beginning September 18/19, as we take a deep dive into the books of Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians. Together, we will discover what it means to be Positioned in Christ and Powered by the Spirit. The format for this study involves a weekly live teaching, small group discussion and daily reading with provided questions. Call ahead for complimentary children’s programming, 949.574.2239.

The primary purpose of Devoted is to know God’s heart and character and to establish a heart for him. Our goal is to equip women for discipleship, leadership and teaching others the Word of God. This fall, we are reading Acts and the letters of Paul, Peter and John. Live teaching offered by Timberly Eckelmann. Call ahead for complimentary children’s programming, 949.574.2239.

WOMEN IN PRAYER Mondays | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. | Grace Chapel God is doing something wonderful at St. Andrew’s! Assemble with us in humble prayer for our church, that we might look more like Jesus, better discern God’s will, and make a difference for Christ in our homes and surrounding communities.

HOLY YOGA Mondays + Fridays | 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. | Dierenfield Hall

NOVEMBER 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Dierenfield Hall

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For ladies 12 + older, please join us for our first annual high-tea luncheon! This event is to unite and encourage all women at different stages and ages in our community as we listen to amazing stories from the past and present. Tea (naturally!) will be served, along with delicate finger sandwiches, salads and dessert. Either host and decorate a table OR just show up and enjoy! Table registration opens on September 18; individual seats open October 15. Host your own table of 6 for $150, or take an individual seat for $25. For more info and registration, visit sapres.org/ministries/women.

All generations and levels of experience are welcome! Even if you have never done yoga before, this is a great introduction from a Christian perspective. Cost is $5/session. Children’s programming available. Visit holyyoga.net to learn more about this Christian yoga experience and our instructor, Marley Crouch.

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SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

BACK TO SCHOOL PARENT PRAYER

KIDS NIGHT OUT

9:15 - 10:00 a.m. | Family Center

5:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Children’s Classrooms

Parents are invited to join us for a time of prayer for the new school year. We will pray over the students, teachers, coaches, administrators, etc.

Parents, drop off your kids at church for a night of dinner and games while you get the night off for whatever you need! Sign up at sapres.org.

STUDENT MINISTRIES LEADER TRAINING

STUDENT MINISTRIES LEADER TRAINING

12:00 - 1:30 p.m. | Youth Center

12:00 - 1:30 p.m. | Youth Center

LEADER TRAINING + DINNER

DINNERS FOR 10

6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Dierenfield Hall

Do you want to get to know other young families? Join us around the table! Visit sapres.org for more info and to RSVP for dinner!

WEDNESDAY NIGHT TOGETHER KICK-OFF 5:15 - 7:45 p.m. | Dierenfield Hall WNT is back! Dinner starts at 5:15 p.m. in Dierenfield Hall (cost is $8 for adults, $3 for kids under 10 and $25 max for families). Program is from 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. for birth - 8th grade.

1ST - 3RD GRADE SLIME NIGHT

6:00 - 7:00 p.m. (No WNT) | St. Andrew’s Parking Lot Join us in the parking lot for a night of games and trick-or-treating! For more info, visit sapres.org.

6:30 - 8:00 p.m. | Family Center

STORYTIME BEGINS Monday + Tuesday mornings | 9:15 a.m. | Room 112 Parents and kids ages 6 months - 2 years are invited to join us for Story time!

NOVEMBER DINNERS FOR 10 Do you want to get to know other young families? Join us around the table! Visit sapres.org for more info and to RSVP for dinner!

WINTER CAMP SIGNUPS OPEN Sign up online at sapres.org at 10:00 a.m. 4th - 8th graders are heading to Forest Home for Winter Camp on January 3 - 5, 2020. Visit sapres.org for more info.

NO REFUGE Come back the following week!

ASYLUM FRIENDSGIVING POTLUCK 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Youth Center

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7:30 p.m. | Youth Center

NO WNT Come back the following week!


FAMILY

ONGOING STUDENT LEADERSHIP TEAM

DECEMBER

Sunday afternoons | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

KIDS: BIRTH - 6TH GRADE Wednesday nights | 6:30 - 7:45 p.m.

REFUGE CHRISTMAS PARTY 7:30 p.m. | Youth Center

CHRISTMAS CRAZE: KIDS CHRISTMAS PARTY! We are celebrating the last Wednesday Night Together with Christmas craziness!

Wednesday nights | 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

REFUGE: HIGH SCHOOL Monday nights | 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.

YOUNG ADULTS Saturday nights | 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.

ASYLUM CHRISTMAS PARTY

ALPHA

6:30 p.m. | Youth Center

Mondays | 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. (10/7 - 12/2)

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6:30 - 7:45 p.m.

ASYLUM: MIDDLE SCHOOL

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OCTOBER PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

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We will have an Open House on Friday, October 25 for returning and prospective families in the community. Come visit the classrooms and see what we have to offer. St Andrew’s preschool is the largest faith-based preschool in the area, and we have proudly served the community for 50+ years.

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PRESCHOOL 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. St. Andrew’s preschool is a developmental childcentered preschool. Faith development is an important part of our curriculum and is offered daily, as well as monthly Chapel for the whole family to attend. Our teachers create intentional hands-on learning experiences that engage the whole child, with purposeful teaching and problem-solving interaction. There are 2, 3 and 5-day classes, as well as a 5-day Pre-K and/or TK (Transitional Kindergarten) class for children who need a bonus year. Each class is a community with “Room Moms” that organize different activities, such as park play dates and moms’ nights out. We encourage the parents to volunteer in the class and for special events throughout the school year.

TUITIONS

SEPTEMBER

DECEMBER WATCH 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. We are extremely excited to invite current families, alumni and the community to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the WATCH program. WATCH started with 18 children and has grown to over 100 children from the Newport Mesa school district. The WATCH program has served over 2,500 children in the past 30 years. Some of those kids have come back to be teachers in the program. We are the only faith-based after school program in the area. For more information contact Pam Gargan pamg@sapres.org or 949.574.2281.

Contact Janice Zorn for more info or to book a tour, janicez@sapres.org or 949.574.2234.

PARENT / CHILD One-day per week | 9:15 - 11:30 a.m. Parent/Child classes offer a Christian community for parents of toddlers to connect with one another and enhance parenting skills, while spending a fun morning with their child! Activities include music time, outside and dramatic play, art, manipulatives, and snack time. We also offer a parent education component, with different speakers and topics each week. Our speakers are experts in the fields of child development, art experiences, maintaining strong marriages, children’s spiritual development, discipline, and much more. We also have 2 afternoon classes available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:45 p.m. for children as young as 9 months. Contact Susie Hamlin for more info, susanh@sapres.org or 949.574.2241.

ONGOING WATCH AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM For children in grades K-6

Volunteers are needed to help with homework, teach a skill such as art, crochet, music, drama, or sports. Contact Pam Gargan for more info, pamg@sapres.org or 949.574.2281.

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W.A.T.C.H. (Weekdays at the Church) is a licensed after-school program. Our yellow school bus picks up from 4 local public schools in the community. We offer facilitated homework time, indoor and outdoor activities, and Wednesday Christian Education. Each staff member is specially trained in child development and encourages children to create, use initiative, implement their ideas, and make choices. We strive to provide a cooperative program that recognizes and respects the child’s spiritual, social, emotional, cognitive, and physical needs in a safe, nurturing, and fun environment.

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AT-RISK OC AMAZING GRACE OCAGM brings the hope and love of Christ to those living in nursing homes around Orange County through Bible studies, church services and relationship building.

Opportunities: Visit residents in various nursing homes or participate in a weekly Bible study or church service

PACIFIC YOUTH CORRECTIONAL MINISTRIES PYCM brings the love and teaching of Christ to incarcerated teenagers in Orange County’s correctional facilities.

Opportunities: Lead Bible studies, worship or assist at a church service

ROYAL FAMILY KIDS Royal Family KIDS creates life-changing moments for innocent children who have been victims of abuse, neglect and abandonment in Orange County’s foster care system.

Opportunities: Serve at camp as a counselor or support staff, mentor youth, various other ways E V E N T S

SEPTEMBER OCAGM CARE CHAMPIONS WORKSHOP 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. This powerful workshop will help equip you on how best to care for those in need.

OCTOBER PYCM YOUTH RETREAT 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Help to lead or serve at a Christ-centered, halfday retreat for local incarcerated youth.

DECEMBER

RECOVERY NORTHEAST OF THE WELL Mondays | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. NorthEast of the Well exists to bring God’s Word into places of desperate need, with a focus on those in recovery and restoration. They meet weekly at St. Andrew’s for dinner and a worship service.

Opportunities: Childcare, driving, cooking team, discipleship, leading Bible studies for men or women

TEEN CHALLENGE Teen Challenge is a life-transforming ministry that disrupts the strongholds of various addictions through an intensive, Christcentered program.

Opportunities: Discipleship; Attend graduation on the third Thursday of every month, 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. or serve/attend Super Saturday E V E N T S

SEPTEMBER

PYCM CHRISTMAS OUTREACH + JUVENILE HALL

SUPER SATURDAY

5:45 - 8:45 p.m.

On September 21 and October 19, immediately following the Saturday night service, come enjoy dinner and games with our Saturday night community and the men of Teen Challenge.

Be part of a Christmas pageant hosted by the chaplains for incarcerated youth.

Saturday | Following Saturday night service

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Opportunities: Serve on the kitchen team, lead a game, greeter

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OCTOBER SUPER SATURDAY Saturday | Following Saturday night service (see above)


FINDING FREEDOM Finding Freedom partners with faith-based safe houses around the world to restore the lives of women and children victimized by sexual exploitation and modern-day slavery.

Opportunities: Be trained to be a trainer in a safe house; or go on a trip to serve at a residential camp for survivors in Southern California or to a safe home in Nicaragua in 2020, Prayer team

STRONG BEGINNINGS Orange County Rescue Mission has opened up safe housing, counseling, Christ centered mentoring and wrap around services for women rescued from sex trafficking in Orange County.

Opportunities: Mentoring, lead Bible study, prayer team and hospitality E V E N T S

OCTOBER FINDING FREEDOM SURVIVOR TRAINING 12:30 - 5:00 p.m. This training is to equip and train those interested in learning about or working with survivors of human trafficking in Orange County. This is required in order to work directly with rescued survivors, but is open to all.

FEBRUARY INDIA TRIP February 13 - 25 Registration closes October 4 (unless spots fill up sooner) India provides generational, sustainable change for those rescued from extreme poverty or sex trafficking by providing vocational training and Christ-centered discipleship.

Opportunities: Teach men and women business and vocational skills, and/or work alongside young women rescued from sex trafficking

MISSIONS

ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING

EDUCATION WHITTIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP Serve the Whittier Elementary School community as they aim for students to read at grade level by the time they leave the third grade and to support the teachers serving students.

Opportunities: Volunteer in a classroom or assist the reading intervention teachers and more

KIDWORKS / AVANTI KidWorks/Avanti ministers to the youth of Santa Ana by providing tutoring, mentoring, physical education and Christ-centered musical instruction in an extensive afterschool program.

Opportunities: Tutoring, mentoring a KidWorks college student, co-leading a youth Bible study E V E N T S

SEPTEMBER KIDWORKS PRAYER WALK 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Join KidWorks staff, volunteers and ministry partners as they cover their Santa Ana center in prayer, as students begin the new school year.

ALPHA September 12 - October 24 | Thursdays | 6:00 p.m. Alpha provides a safe, welcoming space to discuss life, doubts, Christianity and other concerns of the heart in the context of community. Every perspective is welcome and no question is too big. Bring your own questions and concerns or invite friends who may be wrestling with these matters.

Opportunities: Join the hospitality or prayer team

OCTOBER KIDWORKS TRUNK-OR-TREAT 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. FALL BROCHURE // 2019

KidWorks hosts a Trunk-or-Treat to provide a safe, fun and festive Halloween experience for students at their center. Decorate your car, wear a fun costume and pass out candy to their students.

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MISSIONS

FOR MORE DETAILS ON EACH OF THESE, EMAIL MISSIONS@SAPRES.ORG OR CALL 949.574.2240.

HOMELESSNESS PROJECT HOPE ALLIANCE Project Hope Alliance seeks to end the cycle of homelessness, one child at a time, by serving homeless families living throughout Orange County.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT KENYA

Opportunities: Annual food drive and packing party, Date TBD

Kenya’s Side-by-Side Ministry invests in residents in Agongo, through spiritual growth, educational excellence, community health and economic opportunity.

ORANGE COUNTY RESCUE MISSION

Opportunities: Sponsor the education of a primary school student for $30 / month

OCRM provides counseling, education, job training, shelter, food, clothing and health care to those recovering from homelessness in a Christ-centered residential program.

Opportunities: Serve hot chili and grow in relationship with those still experiencing homelessness on the last Saturday of the month E V E N T S

SEPTEMBER OCRM CHILI SERVE 6:15 - 7:45 p.m.

ENLACE El Salvador/ENLACE walks alongside local churches as it builds relationships with community leaders, equipping them to identify development projects within rural communities.

Opportunities: Join us for a trip to San Salvador (Dates TBD)

TECATE Tecate partners with the Christian Community of Girasoles, Mexico, through various development-focused ministries.

Opportunities: Join us for one of our weekend trips (Dates TBD)

OCTOBER OCRM CHILI SERVE 6:15 - 7:45 p.m.

NOVEMBER November 8 - 10

ON-CAMPUS

Registration closes September 27 (unless filled sooner)

BELONG TEAM

City Impact exists to intervene on behalf of the people battling addiction and mental illness and experiencing homelessness in the Tenderloin District in the inner-city of San Francisco.

Help us welcome those who call St. Andrew’s home, as well as the estimated 60 first-time guests each weekend, as we live into being a Neighborhood Church!

CITY IMPACT

Opportunities: Join us for an intense weekend of bringing the hope of Christ to some of California’s most vulnerable population

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6:15 - 7:45 p.m.

DECEMBER OCRM CHILI SERVE 6:15 - 7:45 p.m.

Opportunities: Serve as a Greeter, in the Connect Center, or on the Parking or Usher teams

CORNER CAFÉ You’ll find that our Corner Café isn’t just a place to grab coffee…it is a place where the neighborhood can gather and enjoy. Additionally, throughout the year, you will see the café is highlighting a topic that can lead to reflection and conversation. See page 20 for more info.

HOURS OF OPERATION Monday - Friday | 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Saturday | 4:00 - 6:30 p.m. Sunday | 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


CARE

SEPTEMBER SERVICE OF PRAYER FOR WHOLENESS + HEALING Sunday | 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. | Chapel If you would like to make a request for healing prayer for yourself or others, join church leaders in the St. Andrew’s Chapel for this special and holy time.

DIVORCE RECOVERY WORKSHOP September 26 – October 24 | 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. This is a six-week seminar for divorced and separated persons of all ages. To register, visit divorcerecoveryworkshop.com. Questions? Contact Casey Luck at 949.574.2248 or caseyl@sapres.org.

OCTOBER GROWING IN CHRIST THROUGH GRIEF Thursdays | October 3 – November 21 | 4:00 – 5:30 p.m The purpose of this ministry is to help participants grow personally and spiritually as they learn to process actively their grief with the help of the Lord Jesus Christ. We recommend waiting two months after a death to begin a group. To register for a six-week grief group, contact Casey Luck at 949.574.2248 or caseyl@sapres.org.

SERVICE OF PRAYER FOR WHOLENESS + HEALING Sunday | 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. | Chapel *See Above

SERVICE OF PRAYER FOR WHOLENESS + HEALING Sunday | 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. | Chapel *See Above

DEACON MINISTRY Deacons are church officers ordained to lead the compassion ministry of our church. They stand ready to care, whether it’s visiting the sick or offering spiritual encouragement and prayer. If you have need for a deacon, please speak to Pastors Leah Stout or Bryan Eckelmann. Questions? Please email Karli Berkompas, karlib@sapres.org, for more info.

COPE I THE CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP 3rd Tuesday of each month | 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. | Room B014 COPE is a loving and committed support group to help you cope while learning survival skills. We want to help you preserve the joy and love you have in your relationship. As you share your burdens, you also share your joys trusting in God. Questions? Contact Casey Luck at 949.574.2248 or caseyl@sapres.org.

12-STEP MEETINGS AL-ANON [WOMEN] Wednesdays | 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. | Dierenfield Hall C Contact 714.748.1113 for more info. Childcare available

AL-ANON [MEN] Thursdays | 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. | Dierenfield Hall A Contact Bob for more info, 949.274.5435.

AL-ANON [WOMEN’S STAG SATURDAYS] Saturdays | 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. | Room E216 Contact Chris for more info, 714.305.1521. Childcare available in Room B104

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Work. Live. Learn. S TA R T I N G S E P T E M B E R 3 We are thrilled to have twelve Associates joining us as our inaugural class of the St. Andrew’s Leadership Institute. All are here to be kingdom-minded leaders as they follow Jesus Christ in their careers. They are coming from seven different states and ten different universities. Six Associates will be working at St. Andrew’s on the Ministry Track, and six will be working in professions in our community and serving through our church on the Professions Track. Many from St. Andrew’s have engaged in SALI by providing homes, hospitality, jobs, financial support, mentoring, etc. The associates will serve in all different ministries at St. Andrew’s – family, children, adult, worship, youth, missions, communications, etc. Make sure to meet all of the Associates on September 7/8 when they will be introduced to the congregation!

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STAF F & L E A DE R S HIP

GATHER CHAP CLARK | LEAD PASTOR, HEAD OF STAFF MARI HANSON | EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT BRANDON MUCHOW | MINISTER OF WORSHIP GINA PIERCE | ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT GOLDEN PRECIADO | CAMPUS AV COORDINATOR JOE CRISTINA | AUDIO LEAD MICHAEL BUSCH | DIRECTOR OF CLASSIC WORSHIP LISA FRANK | CLASSIC WORSHIP ASSOCIATE ELIZABETH DOBBIN | ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT FOR CLASSIC WORSHIP ASSOCIATE

BUILD STEVEN GOOD | PASTOR OF DISCIPLESHIP KARLI BERKOMPAS | EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT A DU LT M INIST R IE S MEGAN HUTCHINSON | PASTOR OF ADULT MINISTRIES KITTY KERSENBROCK | ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT LILLY DAVIS | LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ASSOCIATE CHASE UDEN | LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ASSOCIATE FA M ILY M INIST R IE S SCOTT CODY | MINISTER OF FAMILY MINISTRIES KRISTIN LATOURELLE | ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT KENDALL FEE | STUDENT MINISTRIES ASSOCIATE ABIGAIL GARCIA | STUDENT MINISTRIES ASSOCIATE JOSIAH MILITZER | LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ASSOCIATE AMANDA DIENHART | LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ASSOCIATE TROY DELUCA | LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ASSOCIATE CYNTHIA CRANE | MINISTER OF CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES JAN HARVEY | DIRECTOR OF CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES (NURSERY / PRESCHOOL) MAKAILA MOBLEY | DIRECTOR OF ELEMENTARY MINISTRIES KC KROEGER | DIRECTOR OF FAMILY HOSPITALITY C HILDR E N’S T U IT ION MINISTRIES JANICE ZORN | MINISTER OF TUITION MINISTRIES DIANE JOHANSEN | ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PRESCHOOL SUSIE HAMLIN | DIRECTOR OF PARENT/CHILD PAM GARGAN | DIRECTOR OF WATCH

SERVE CONG R E G AT IONA L CARE BRYAN ECKELMANN | ASSOCIATE PASTOR OF CONGREGATIONAL LIFE KARLI BERKOMPAS | EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT LEAH STOUT | PASTOR OF VISITATION CASEY LUCK | ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT M ISSIONS JULIE WOOD | MINISTER OF SERVE RICK DUNCAN | ASSISTANT PASTOR BONNIE PRIETTO | EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT ANNA DIRKSE | LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ASSOCIATE RACHEL STONE | MINISTER OF HERE OUTREACH NATHAN DONALDSON | DIRECTOR OF HOSPITALITY AND MISSIONS LINDA SHEPPARD | CAMPUS COORDINATOR CALEB ASHURST | CORNER CAFÉ MANAGER DAWN SMALL | ADMINISTRATOR OF RECEPTION

MINISTRY SUPPORT

ST. ANDREW’S LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE (SALI) RICK DUNCAN | ASSISTANT PASTOR BRUCE NELSON | MINISTER AND DIRECTOR MARI HANSON | PROGRAM MANAGER *Bolded names represent a member of the Pastor’s Cabinet: Chap’s Senior Leadership Team

ELDER, MICHELLE PARTINGTON | CHAIR ELDER, JOHN BYERS ELDER, JOHN LOFTUS

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ADULT ELDER, KYLE TEAM | CHAIR ELDER, GREG BROWN FAMILY & TUITION MIN ISTRIES ELDER, DANA BINFORD | CHAIR ELDER, DREW GRAHAM ELDER, NANCY LONGMIRE

SERVE CONGREGATION AL CARE DEDE GILE | CHAIR OF DEACONS ELDER, SUE FAASSEN MISSIONS ELDER, SUZANNE WESTMORELAND | CHAIR ELDER, GREG MARCHMAN (HERE MISSIONS)

SESSION GOVERNA NCE FIN AN CE AND AUDIT COMMITTEE ELDERS CHAP CLARK | LEAD PASTOR & HEAD OF STAFF ELDER, JOHN LOFTUS | CHAIR ELDER, SCOTT READ | TREASURER DAVID TEAM | ASSISTANT TREASURER ELDER, MARK HEDSTROM ELDER, NATALIE PICKUP MIKE LEWIS EX. OFFICIO, JIM EDDY N OMINATING COMMITTEE ELDERS EX. OFFICIO, CHAP CLARK | LEAD PASTOR & HEAD OF STAFF ELDER, SUZANNE WESTMORELAND | CHAIR ELDER, GLENN ORMSETH THE OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHAP CLARK | LEAD PASTOR & HEAD OF STAFF JOHN LOFTUS | PRESIDENT MICHELLE PARTINGTON | VICE PRESIDENT NATALIE PICKUP | SECRETARY SCOTT READ | TREASURER DAVID TEAM | ASSISTANT TREASURER KAREN TAILLON | STATED CLERK

LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ELDER, GLENN ORMSETH | CHAIR ELDER, GREG BROWN

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