Adult Sunday School is comprised of small groups that focus on Bible study, Christian life perspectives, and fellowship through social and mission activities. Each group is unique, so we encourage you to check out more than one.


9:30 a.m., Room 121
This group is composed of couples and singles in their 40s and 50s, most with children of all ages. The group studies spiritual growth, biblical and contemporary issues. They also enjoy regular social activities, and are actively involved in volunteering at the church! The purpose of the group is to provide adult spiritual growth and to foster friendships with other Christian couples and singles.

Built to Last

10:50 a.m., Room 123
This is a group of couples in their 30s to 40s - some with children. The group is an ongoing, self-led class that frequently follows church-wide connection group series and other lesson plans that focus on the application of biblical principles as they relate to marriage, relationships, and spiritual growth. The members of this group invite you to join them as they grow in fellowship through studies, socials, and mission projects.

Discipling Parents

9:30 a.m., Room 126
This group is made up of parents of pre-teens and teens. The group is all about studying and growing in our faith journey as individuals and parents of teens.

Koinonia  |  Young Adults

Noon, Room 121
A class for young adults 19 through mid-20s. Built on the importance of affirming your faith and applying it to the transitional time at the end of your college career. Open to anyone in college or having recently graduated, we aim to build connections that will lead you to having a strong community of believers to grow with through the next stages of life. Led by Corey Cox.


9:30 a.m., Piro Hall 1
Married couples in their 40s with children. This group is all about studying and growing in our faith journey. They invite you to join them. “Don’t stop believing…”

Joy Class

9:30 a.m., Piro Hall 4
The class engages in scripture-based study with open discussion. It is a Christian fellowship, who rejoice together in times of joy, provide comfort in times of sorrow, and give support in times of need. As the name implies, it is a “Joy”ful class.

Leap of Faith

9:30 a.m., Piro Hall 3
This is a group whose members are mostly in their 40s and 50s and many have children in high school, college, and beyond. The group is a Bible based study group.


10:50 a.m., Room 122
Living Our Faith Together, Loving our Fellowship Together. Adults mid 40s and 50s with late high school, college-age and/or grown children who are building a passionate group of Christ’s servants that love to study his word, fellowship and serve. Contact Laura, 972.897.5668.

Parenting with Grace

10:50 a.m., Room 120
Married couples in their 30s and 40s with children. Weekly studies are group-based discussions focused on topics ranging from Christian parenting and marriage to in-depth studies of the Bible. We invite you to join us as we deepen our relationships with Christ and each other through weekly studies, mission work and social activities.

Parents of Purpose

9:30 a.m., Room 123
This group of parents seeks to guide teen-aged children in growing their personal faith in Jesus Christ, serve their community, and be involved members of the St. Andrew community. The group, formed in 2017, uses presentation of relevant Christian-based literature, guest speakers and group dialogue to enhance their faithful parenting. The class is made up of parents of teens.



8:30 a.m., Room 126
This group focuses on strengthening the faith of its members through Bible study, social activities, and frequent mission opportunities in the wider community. In addition to their service to others, they take pride in their support of one another in times of need. The group members are adults with grown children and grandchildren.

Something Else

10:50 a.m., Festival Hall
This is a large lecture-oriented class that is open to all adults. It even has a few teenagers each week. The class focuses on series of interest to many Christians, and is suitable for those who want to attend the class regularly, those who can attend occasionally, and those who’ve never attended Sunday School.

SPIRIT Singles 50 & Over

10:50 a.m., Piro Hall 4
Single People Involved in Relating and Inspiring Together — The SPIRIT Sunday School class is dedicated to spiritual growth, community service, supporting one another and weekly fun, social activities. Join other awesome Christian singles doing life together in Bible and life skills studies. Click here to learn more about this group.

Two by Two

9:30 a.m., Room 120
The Two by Two class is comprised of baby boomers with adult children. The class enjoys fun and fellowship along with community outreach. This engaging group continues in its faith journey and discussions of contemporary issues led by class members and outside speakers. The class meets regularly for social activities and provides awe-inspiring support for class members’ prayer requests. Two by Two has volunteer commitments to Seven Loaves and Project Hope programs.


9:30 a.m., Piro Hall 2
Comprised of married couples and single adults in varying stages of family life. This group engages in lively discussion of today’s world, and the role of Christians in it. The group supports a caring and casual atmosphere where open discussion is always encouraged during study. The group regularly participates in social and mission activities, and its members are actively involved in several ministry areas of the church.

Woman to Woman

9:30 a.m., Room 133
This ladies-only group takes journeys through the Bible using study guides. The discussions are lively, and the sharing of personal views and experiences is encouraged. The group enjoys social activities, traveling together, and engaging in mission work for Parkland Hospital. This group is open to all ages — single or married.