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“For just as the body is one and has many members,
and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.


Community Groups

Community groups are designed to help us get to know one another better, as we fellowship, discuss the sermon, and pray. The emphasis in these discussions is on practical application. Groups usually meet three times a month (many on Sunday evenings). This is a great way to plug in on a more personal level.

Community Groups will resume August 15, 2021.  Everyone is asked to sign up for their 2021-2022 Community Group, even if remaining in the same group as the previous year.  Contact Jason Hunt for more details.

Connect Groups

Hannah Fellowship

Know and experience the Lord Almighty in deeper ways as we study God’s Comfort by Jack Kuhatschek. Nine individual studies helping us get the most out of Gods comfort through His Word as we live through the seasons of our lives.

  • Leader: Patsy Stump (
  • For Women 55+
  • Starts back August 16, 2021. Meets every 3rd Monday of the month 6:30-8:00 PM
  • Location: Great Hall
  • Book to Purchase

Sarah Fellowship

Know and experience the Lord Almighty in deeper ways as we study God’s Comfort by Jack Kuhatschek. Nine individual studies helping us get the most out of Gods comfort through His Word as we live through the seasons of our lives.

  • Leaders: Frances Gunter (, Kathy Smith (
  • For Women 55+
  • Meets every 3rd Monday of the month, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
  • Location: Room 208
  • Book to Purchase

Titus 2 Discipleship Ministry (T2M)

T2M is made up of small groups of women who meet once a month at different times and locations. Responding to God’s call in Titus 2, mature Christian (older) women are able to develop authentic relationships with other women (“spiritual daughters”). By spending time together, women will encourage, equip, nurture, and build community as they learn to think biblically and live covenantally according to the scriptural principle of womanhood.

Lies Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free (2018 ed.) by Nancy DeMoss is the book we will delve into throughout the year. Childcare is offered on Tuesday mornings* and Wednesday nights. The Wednesday night groups will meet at the church, where activities and care will be available for children of all ages.

  • Begins September 13, 14, and 15 and usually meets the second week of the month. Meeting times: Monday AM, 10-12  (at church). Monday PM, 6:30-8:30  (choice of 2 groups: 1 at a home, 1 at church).  Tuesday AM, 9:30-11:30  (choice of 2 groups: 1 at a home, 1 at church).  Wednesday PM, 6:15-7:30  (choice of 2 groups, both at church)

Mom Connection

Young moms face new challenges every day. Gain encouragement and insight from Susan and Debbie as we read and discuss Mom Enough: The Fearless Mother’s Heart and Hope, posts by seven women with one shared calling: seeking to live fruitfully and faithfully as daughters of God, wives, and moms.

  • Leaders: Susan Marsh ( and Debbie Williams (
  • Meetings will resume September 7, 2021  9:30–11:00 AM  Room 208
  • Weekly; off every second Tuesday of the month
  • Book to Purchase
  • Childcare available*

Naomi-Ruth Group

A ministry for women who have lost their spouse. They gather at various times of the year for support and encouragement as sisters in Christ. Leaders: Kaye Webb ( and Joye Hughes (803–234–1052)

College and Career Ministry

A Weekly Sunday morning growth class meeting at 9:30a in room 307. Additional small group and fellowship opportunities TBD. Coordinators: David and Anna Brent, Bryan and Kelli Clifton.  Contact Marc Rattray ( for more information.

*If needed, please register for childcare when registering for classes. Cost: $15 for one child, $5 each additional child, $25 per family maximum for each study.

Membership Class

Interested in membership at SAPC? Learn more about the process on our Membership page.

Connect Events


This will be a great evening of fellowship, food, and encouragement for the men of Saint Andrews and it is our sincere hope that you will come and be a part of it. Consider who you might bring with you, and make plans now to join us on that day.

October 22 | 6:00p | Great Hall


Join us as we connect with other women in our Presbytery and listen to speaker Sarah Ivill on the topic of Broken Cisterns: Thirsting for the Creator instead of the Created. More information at and TBA internally from SAPC.

November 5-7 | Surfside PCA, Myrtle Beach


    Join us as we usher in the season of Advent, reflecting on what the coming of Jesus brings this world. This is an event to connect with other women, enjoy a catered meal, and be encouraged from God’s Word.

    November 30 | 6:30p | Great Hall


    Enjoy a great meal, fellowship, and the opportunity to hear from guest speaker in the Mission field.

    March 5 | 8:00a | Great Hall


    You do not want to miss our Women’s International Fellowship Tea!  We will hear from some of our women missionaries that serve across the street, across the country and across the world. Join us and hear how God is using their gifts and talents to spread the gospel and care for their families where they are serving.  The menu will consist of a variety of hot teas, scrumptious savory and sweet treats.

    Don your hat and gloves, or leave them at home, for a very special afternoon.

    March 5 | 3:00p | Great Hall


    All are welcome to come away and enjoy spending time with one another in the mountains for one or two nights. Price per person to be determined.

    March 18–20 |TBA


    Bring your sons, brothers, and neighbors for a cookout. Following our delicious dinner we will play cornhole and wiffle ball and fellowship.

    April 29 | 6:00p | Great Hall


    Family fun and games during this SAPC tradition will be followed by a covered-dish picnic meal in the early evening. Bring your favorite side items, desserts, etc. Main dishes and drinks provided.

    May 22 | TBA | Great Hall


    Join us following the worship service with your favorite dishes in tow for a delicious lunch together as a body! Items needed for the meal include main dishes, hot and cold side items, salads, and desserts. Please bring your item(s) in an amount that would serve your family + a few guests. Drinks and serving utensils will be provided. Drop off your item(s) in the Great Hall kitchen before Sunday Morning Growth Classes or the Worship Service. Don’t forget to label your dishes with your name.

    July 10 | After Worship Service | Great Hall

    Sarah Fellowship Meeting