We need each other to survive and thrive in the Christian life. At St Andrew’s there are all sorts of ways outside of our Sunday services that you can get involved and be an active part of our community.
From toddlers all the way to seniors, we have different types of small groups available for all ages and stages of life.
Children’s ministry is so important to us! We aim to help children develop a personal and authentic faith in Jesus. All our programmes provide a safe, caring and fun environment with trained teachers and volunteers.
Being a teenager can be hard. By growing genuine relationships and looking at the truths of the Bible, our youth programmes provide community and encouragement for those in this challenging stage of life.
We want to serve our city and follow Jesus’ commandment to love our neighbours. Our church partners with many individuals and organisations that seek to meet the material, social, and spiritual needs of people in Hong Kong and around the world.
We have a growing ministry for the elderly that includes weekly gatherings for the gospel to be shared. There are also many activities to encourage fun and relationship-building! This community is for Cantonese-speakers.
Home4U is our community of migrant domestic workers. This is a safe and welcoming space to enjoy friendship and spiritual support. They also frequently host great social events full of fun and fellowship.
Throughout the year, we run many adult education classes to equip our members to know God more deeply and to live out their faith more truly. For more information on any current courses, please keep a close eye on our ‘Whats on’ page.
We encourage all who come to St Andrew’s not to just be spectators, but fully engaged partners in building God’s kingdom. There are many amazing ways you can volunteer!
Church members who are in need of emergency financial support can make use of the St Andrew’s CARE fund. Simply email email@example.com to be put in touch.
For any sensitive and pressing pastoral care needs, please contact one of the clergy or pastoral staff, either after a Sunday service or via appointment through the church office.