We welcome our families back for the 2022-2023 year on Sunday, September 11.
Families are invited to join us for:
Teacher Meet & Greet
Bring a book donation for the Philoptochos Digs for Dignity children’s book drive!
The purpose of our Sunday School program is to teach the children all aspects of the Orthodox Christian life, as well as to promote fellowship with their Orthodox peers and parish family. Students learn about their faith through classroom lessons, music and outreach projects. Throughout the year, children participate in a variety of events, including the Christmas Pageant, St. John Chrysostom.
Every child has a home at St. Andrew. Children ages 1-18 years old learn our Orthodox faith and help build community along the way. Children attend Divine Liturgy with their families, receive Communion and then proceed to their classroom.
Children 2 and under and their parent(s) are invited to remain in the service or gather in the upstairs crying room.
Our Lord Loves Us: Grades Pre-school – Kindergarten students learn elementary church concepts and Bible stories through simple songs, crafts and stories.
- Teachers: Marianne Nichols and Angela Murphy
Orthodoxy: Grades 1st – 5th expand upon their early education with lessons further exploring what we believe.
- Teachers: Katherine Siavelis and Anastasia Kafkes
Orthopraxia: Grades 6th – 12th (GOAL) put their faith into action, putting their learnings into practice
- Teachers: Tracey Lazos and Cynthia Turk
Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
Our teachers are dedicated volunteers, who give time for 1) Sunday mornings, 2) weeknight meetings and education sessions, 3) weekly hours to prepare lessons. Meanwhile, parents are encouraged to support our school by reinforcing lessons at home, reviewing and asking questions, and volunteering for special events. Parental participation is essential.
We have dedicated, volunteer teachers and are always encouraging new families to get involved in our Church School. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Director, Tracey Lazos