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what to expect

Welcome to St. Andrews! It is our privilege to have you join us for worship as we seek to bring glory to our Lord and Savior. We invite you to find here a place for encouragement and fellowship, and to become part of this church. Tell us who you are and let us get to know you, as you get to know and become more familiar with us. We are thankful that you are here.


Our Gatherings:

when & where


4980 Hancock Road

Midland, GA 31820



Sunday School - 9:30 am

Worship - 10:40 am

Youth Group - 5:30 pm

December Sunday School - None

December Worship - 10:30 am

Come join us as we worship our Savior and equip ourselves to serve Him better!


What is available for children?

  • Nursery is available for Children 0-3 (not yet in Pre-Kindergarten).  We have a staff of hired workers supplemented by volunteers from the Church body.  Nursery is available for both the Sunday school hour as well as the main worship service.  Click here for more information about the Nursery. 

  • In addition to the Sunday School classes for ages 4-5, children in this age group may elect to be excused prior to the Sermon for Children's Church during the main worship service.  Click here for more information on programs and events for our children. 

  • We d provide Sunday School for Children 6 years of age until 6th grade of school.  However, children in this age group will join their parents in the main worship service.  Click here for more info on other events for children this age.  

  • Our youth group meets during the Sunday School hour each Sunday morning.  However, students in this age group will join the Church body during the main worship service.  Our youth group also meets Sunday nights and has small groups for students to get more involved.  Click here for more information about our youth group. 

Adult Sunday School

Sunday school isn't just for kids. Continue your education!



We will have two Adult classes beginning September 16.

In the Samuel Rutherford room we will begin a look

at the life of Abraham -- the father of the covenant.

This will be led by Ted Thorne and David Smith

How does his life teach the progress of faith and how faith grows through adversity? How does his life look to and prepare for Messiah? 

How does his life show us the grace, holiness and character of God? 

In the Robert Murray McCheyne Room there will be a survey of

Christian Doctrine led by Matt Maxey and Mitch Jaeger. 

Using the book Everyone's a Theologian by R. C. Sproul, this will cover what the Bible teaches about God, Man, Christ and Salvation; etc.