The high school department at St. Andrew’s is for 9th-12th graders. We have found that many high school students are forming opinions and bring a unique perspective to the world. In our program, we believe it is valuable to give them places to use that voice. We work diligently to help our students root themselves in Christ, and then we encourage them to believe that God can use them to move mountains. We believe that although they may be young, they are a vital part of our congregation.

High school students may not be fully formed adults, but they do have a lens through which they view the world. They do have thoughts on their faith, their families and their communities, and it is important to them that they feel they are contributing to all of those things. It is our goal to come alongside them and remind them that they are loved by the God of the universe and that they can be part of His movement on the earth. 



Pipeline exists to bring young people into encounters with Jesus & His Gospel and to equip them to minister His heart to a broken world. We believe that this generation will literally change this world! Pipeline is a weekly youth group event where students dive into Scripture together and learn more about their relationships with God. Together we participate in music, games, and a brief lesson. Snacks are included!



Campus By the Sea on Catalina Island

Every summer, we embark on an amazing weekend with friends and experience true community through team games, meaningful worship times, and genuine conversations about life and faith. This camp is open to both high school and junior high students.


February 2–4 | Forest Home

Our annual winter camp is a chance for students to connect and grow in their understanding of God. Camp includes games, team competitions, and music worship. This weekend experience has transformed the lives of many of our students, so we hope you'll join us! The camp cost covers transportation, housing, food, and all free-time activities.

Please email Edgar Bear for more information.

For more information on our youth programming, please contact Edgar Bear at cthom@sntandrews.org.