Christian Learning is a life-long process that involves the deepening of faith and understanding in every phase of life. As such, the christian learning programs at St. Andrew’s fall into four categories: children, youth, college students, and adults.

The vestryperson for christian learning works with the staff and parish volunteers to plan and implement a wide array of educational programs for parishioners of all ages. These include the church school curricula and various classes offered to adults.

Care of toddlers: During COVID-19 restrictions, we do not offer toddler care during in-person worship services. 

Teaching in the church school: During COVID-19 restrictions, St. Andrew’s offers a variety of formation opportunities for young families, including weekly lessons on Zoom, homemade Bible videos and activities, and monthly home formation materials and lessons. The church school at St. Andrew’s home formation programs are co-created by volunteers who bring a wide variety of gifts to their ministry with children. Interested parishioners need not be parents themselves, or have children in the program to teach in the church school. A desire to share one’s faith with others and to witness to the love of God in a patient and flexible way is all that is required. Numerous opportunities for involvement exist!

The church school year is divided into units by month and liturgical church seasons. 

Contact Susan Jackson, Christian learning coordinator, 781/235-7310.