- Thursday, November 15.
- 6:00pm – 8:30pm.
- Sams Hall.
- Cost: $10.00.
- Registration required.
- Light refreshments.
St. Andrew’s Women’s Ministry is excited to present our annual Holiday Creative Arts Workshop again this year, offering an opportunity for women to experience the joys of creativity, community, hospitality, and outreach. Truly, the conversations and connections that are made at the crafting tables are as priceless as the handmade creations themselves. No craft experience necessary! Grab some friends, bring your life group, and come join us for what is always a fun and festive evening. Light refreshments will be served. This event is open to ladies 17 yrs. and up.
- Please bring an apron or wear old clothes. We will be using a paint medium that stains clothing.
- Please bring a basket or bag with which to tote your items home.
Questions? Call Rebecca Glenn at 843.284.4358 or email Rebecca at RGlenn@StAndrews.Church.
- Park Circle Church Event.
- Center Circle of Park Circle. (Next to the Felix Davis Community Center).
- Sunday, November 25.
- 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM.
Park Circle Christmas Tree Decorating
Merry Christmas! St. Andrew’s Park Circle has been giving the opportunity to sponsor our very own tree in Park Circle this year. Kids and families are welcome to come and lend a hand as we decorate our tree for all to see. Bring a picnic lunch and join in a helping hand.
– Sunday, November 25 from 1-2: 30 pm
– Tree #59 along the circle in Park Circle
- Park Circle Church Event.
- The Gazebo in the Center Circle next to the Felix Davis Community Center.
- Sunday, December 9.
- 6:00-7:00 PM.
St Andrew’s Park Circle Church presents…
Christmas Carols in Park Circle
Tis the season for a fun evening of Christmas carols. Join in singing with our live band at the Park Circle Gazebo located next to the Felix Davis Community Center in the heart of Park Circle. 6pm – 7pm
- All Campus Event.
- Mt Pleasant – Sams Hall.
- Saturday, December 15.
- 9am – 12:30pm.
- Lunch and childcare provided.
- Register Now.
Discover St. Andrew’s is designed to help you learn more about church in general and St. Andrew’s specifically. The course is open to anyone, and is a vital link for you to meet other folks exploring membership and what it means to be a part of St. Andrew’s. It is also a good opportunity to find out how to plug in.
In the class you will discover what we believe, how we function, and those things we believe essential for the life of every member. We will provide childcare (6 weeks – 5th Grade) and lunch and will meet in Sams Hall. Those that take the class may want to join the church at our New Member Service December 16. For more information, please contact Kyle Holtzhower (KHoltzhower@StAndrews.Church or 843.284.4346).
If you have been baptized and have completed Alpha and Discover St. Andrew’s but have not participated in a New Member Service, please join us Sunday, December 16th at the 6:00 pm service (please arrive by 5:45 pm). If you have questions or if you would like to participate, please contact Kyle Holtzhower (KHoltzhower@StAndrews.Church or 843.284.4346).
Come enjoy a weekend of camaraderie as our speaker for the weekend, Sam Pascoe (SamPascoe.com) helps us peel away the facade and see ourselves through the biblical lens as the Father sees us. The weekend will blend powerful teaching and discussion with a healthy dose of free time to relax and unwind.
Sam has been preaching the power in knowing Jesus Christ since the mid 1980’s. He speaks as one who knows the pain of human frailty and the mercy of God Almighty.
Cost (includes 2 nights accommodations and five meals).
- Before December 15: Double rooms: $200; Single rooms: $325.
- After December 15: Double: $245; Single: $370.
- Registration deadline: January 15.
Questions? Contact Andy Breaux (ABreaux@StAndrews.Church or 843.296.2052).
- All campus event.
- Mt. Pleasant location – Historic Church.
- Saturday, February 9.
- 9 am – 12:30 pm.
- Registration encouraged but not required.
Many people have found Jesus’ life of prayer exciting, challenging, and baffling. In this class on prayer you will learn that, with the Holy Spirit’s guidance, Jesus invites you into a life of prayer with access to the same resources that he enjoyed. This class is open to everyone interested in basic instruction on how to pray for yourself and for others. No registration is required, but it is always helpful to know who will attend. This class is also one of the requirements for anyone who would like to be a part of the Prayer Ministry Team.
If you would like to apply to be a part of the Prayer Ministry Team, please contact John Burley (JBurley@StAndrews.Church or 843.284.4326)
Trusting Jesus through the Fire.
Judith C. MacNutt, M.A. ; speaker.
- March 8-10, 2019.
- DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach.
- Registration deadline: 5:00 pm, February 9.
Christians have perfect lives, right? No hurdles, no problems, no suffering? FALSE. As Christians, we DO have to cope with suffering in our lives. BUT HOW? Join us this March as Judith MacNutt examines the nature of Jesus, His promises, and His peace. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to:
Learn how to trust Jesus when life is far from perfect,
Know God’s peace that extends beyond your circumstances, and
Engage with the Holy Spirit to give God glory even in the midst of life’s fires.
We hope to see you all at the retreat so we can share the experience together.
Price includes two night’s accommodations, 5 meals, all taxes and fees.
- Single: $403.00 (no roommate).
- Double: $300.00 (one roommate).
- Triple: $265.00 (two roommates).
- Quad: $248.00 (three roommates).
- Day Attendee: $135.00 (includes meals).
Before you register:
- You will be required to list the names of your roommates when you register so please have names ready.
- You will be charged the rate that corresponds with the number of people registered in the room, so please make sure all of your roommates are registered by the February 9 deadline. Otherwise you’ll be charged the higher rate.
- Please do not register by yourself in a multiples room and assume that we will assign you a roommate as there are not always roommates available. If you need help finding a roommate, please email Sally Wallace (SWallace@StAndrews.Church) or Rebecca Glenn (RGlenn@StAndrews.Church) prior to registering. The Women’s Retreat Facebook page is a good place to request post a roommate notice. You can also download the Guidebook app on your phone and make a roommate post on the 2019 St. Andrew’s Women’s Retreat page.
- Roommate changes cannot be made after registration.
Registration deadline: 5:00 pm , February 9, 2019. Register by January 9, 5:00 pm and you’ll be entered in a drawing for a free retreat (based on double, triple or quad occupancy).
A full refund is available if you cancel prior to February 22. Cancellations between February 23 and March 4 will receive a refund of the original rate less a $75.00 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after March 4.
Scholarships and Discounts
Limited need-based scholarships are available on a first come, first served basis. Click here to review and complete the scholarship form.
Scholarships are sometimes the only way some ladies can attend the women’s retreat. If you would like to donate to the retreat scholarship fund, please check the amount you’d like to donate while registering. Donation options are listed below retreat rates on the registration page.
Childcare is not provided. The retreat is for high school graduates and older.
Hotel check in as well as retreat check-in begins at 4:00 p.m. on Friday. Dinner begins at 5:00 pm Friday and the first session begins at 7 p.m. The retreat concludes at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday.
You will receive a detailed information letter prior to the retreat. Please watch for any additional announcements via women’s ministry emails, Currently, Facebook, and Instagram.
Judith C. MacNutt is a native of Jackson, Kentucky. As a young girl, Judith would frequently observe her mother praying in their home for the hurting people who were drawn to her for help. Judith too began to experience a deep desire to help others. This led her to earn a Master’s degree in psychology at Eastern Kentucky University.
Upon graduation, Judith moved to Boston, where she worked as a clinical psychologist at several area hospitals. As she worked with her patients, she discovered that psychological therapy alone was inadequate to meet the needs of suffering people. Judith had a deep faith and prayed to God for an answer as to why the patients did not improve. More and more, she sensed that the Lord was saying, “Bring them to Me.” As she began to quietly pray for her patients, she saw immediate results as they began changing in remarkable ways.
In 1974 Judith felt drawn to move to Jerusalem, where the Southern Baptists offered her a property where she started a House of Prayer. The House of Prayer was unique in that they ministered to both Jews and Arabs. Judith remained in Jerusalem for three years where she had the opportunity of seeing many people healed through prayer at a time when healing prayer was not well known or practiced in the life of the church. Her experience in Jerusalem only served to confirm her belief that all people suffer in similar ways, and need God’s healing touch if they are to be made whole.
In 1977, Judith moved to Clearwater, Florida, and opened a private counseling practice which provided both prayer ministry and professional help to members of the Christian community. She saw many clients whose lives were dramatically transformed by prayer.
Judith first met Francis MacNutt briefly in Jerusalem in 1975 and they married in 1980. That same year they co-founded Christian Healing Ministries, Inc. (CHM) in Clearwater, Florida. In 1987, at the invitation of the Episcopal Diocese of Florida, the MacNutts relocated CHM to Jacksonville, Florida where they expanded the ministry to include Schools of Healing Prayer.
The blending of Francis and Judith’s spiritual gifts created a unique healing ministry. Their combined ministry of teaching and praying for physical and emotional healing has brought completeness to their individual ministries. Together and separately, they have been invited as key speakers at healing conferences, seminaries and hospitals. Their common goal has always been to help people become more aware of the love of Jesus Christ and the power and effectiveness of healing prayer.
Judith has dedicated her life to helping those bound by hurt, pain and trauma, that they may find freedom and wholeness through inner healing prayer. She is known and respected for her wisdom, love and compassion.
In 2008, Francis named Judith his successor as President of CHM. (Francis now enjoys the status of President Emeritus.) As Director of Ministry and President of CHM, Judith oversees the organization, writes, teaches, and travels as a conference speaker.
Following the births of their two children, Rachel and David, Judith (with Francis) co-authored Praying for Your Unborn Child. Judith has authored two books: Angels Are For Real and Encountering Angels.
- Saturday, March 16.
- Men and Women Teams Encouraged.
- Partridge Creek Gun Club.
- Limited to 50 Shooters.
Questions? Contact Nyle Martin (Nyle@ExpertJobSearch.com).
This event is in conjunction with Fishin’ for a Mission.
- Saturday, June 8, 2019
- 6:00 am – 3:00 pm.
- Tolers Cove Marina – 1610 Ben Sawyer Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464.
Every year, St. Andrew’s hosts a Fishing Tournament along with a Banquet and Auction which benefit our International Missions Partners. All of the money raised goes overseas; the administrative costs of the event are borne by the church.
The Fishing Tournament will be held on June 8, 2019. This is a Charleston Inshore Fishing Tournament. Boundaries are Charleston County areas only accessible by boat. The tournament will be from 6:00 am – 3:00 pm. Check-in will be from 3:00 – 3:30 pm at Tolers Cove Marina.
- Redfish (must be within SC DNR size requirements)