Our YES fellowship exists to cultivate and nurture relationships among the SAPC over 50s population. Potluck dinners are held on the third Monday of the month in Friendship Hall on the NE Campus, September—March, and begin at 5:30 pm with social time, followed by dinner and a speaker.
Who: All Senior Adults When: Third Thursdays | 5:30 pm Where: Currently on pause due to COVID-19 Contact: Susan Quillen firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a single senior and looking to meet others at St. Andrew’s? We are a ministry for seniors (55 years and older) to include widows and widowers, divorced, and never-married singles. Fun activities and opportunities for Christian friendships are planned. This is not a dating service, simply a way to connect with other singles at St. Andrew’s.
Who: All Single Senior Adults When: Where: Currently on pause due to COVID-19 Contact: Carol Stephenson
513-535-6674 or email@example.com
HUGS (Happily Under God's Supervision)
HUGS, our non-denominational senior outreach ministry kicks off in September and concludes in April. HUGS offers socialization, stimulation, and a wholesome environment for senior adults living with family members, alone, or in residential care facilities in the Northwest region of Tucson. Our facilities on the Northeast campus accommodate wheelchairs and walkers, but participants must be capable of taking care of their personal physical needs. We gather at 10:15 am and our morning fun ends at 12:45 pm and includes a healthy lunch for only $3.00.
This ministry allows respite time for caregivers while their loved ones enjoy singing, devotions, games, educational programs, and occasional visits from our St. Andrew’s Preschool/Kindergarten children.
Who: All Confessing To Be A Senior 😉 When: Wednesdays | 10:15 am – 12:45 pm Where: Currently on pause due to COVID-19 Contact: Bill Gross
297-3495 or firstname.lastname@example.org
297-4885 or email@example.com
All widows are invited to come together for fellowship and fun throughout the year. Join us for lunch at a different restaurant each month. Notices of lunches and special activities will be in the Weekly News, newsletter, and on the website. All widows are welcome! Contact Myra Christenson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who: Anyone When: Thursdays Monthly | 12:00 pm Where: Currently on pause due to COVID-19 Contact: Myra Christenson email@example.com
Are you looking for a place to work virtually? Join us at SAPC CoWork, A Shared Space for Individuals to Work in Community, Wednesdays and Fridays in our Fireside Room on the NE Campus. This shared workspace provides Wi-Fi, power outlets, and hot coffee. *COVID Gathering Protocols including social distancing and masks are required.
We meet the 4th Thursday of the month at the home of someone who provides an entree, and those attending bring other food items. We rotate through the group that participates. Newcomers are welcome for this time of fellowship and an evening of pinochle. No need to be a “pro” at cards!
Who: Anyone When: 4th Thursdays
Where: Currently on pause due to COVID-19 Contact: Art & Jo Kramer firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Andrew's Tappers
We are a co-ed group of people who love tap dancing. Contact Vicky Johnson at email@example.com or Doug Hengstler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The International Christian Cycling Club (IC3) is a non-denominational group open to everyone. We participate in local and statewide cycling events, mission-related projects, and regularly-scheduled group bike rides.
Who: Anyone When: TBA
Where: Currently on pause due to COVID-19 Contact: Todd Huff email@example.com
Team World Vision
Team World Vision is a ministry partner where we gather as friends and train together to run the Phoenix Marathon or Half-Marathon, all while raising money to support World Vision’s goal to provide everyone in the world with access to clean drinking water! The training is for all ages and abilities and designed for people who have no experience running races. During the 18 weeks of training, we will meet on Saturdays for a community group run, prayer time, and support.
A relaxing evening of fellowship, sharing books and ideas. Read and discuss fiction and nonfiction: best sellers and local/regional authors. Click on “Book Clubs” for a detailed reading list, dates, and location, or contact Katrina Lantz.