Discipleship is education and action. It is for youth and adults.

Discipleship is about creating followers of Jesus. One part of discipleship is learning a specific set of information and completing certain tasks, but it’s not defined by those actions. Discipleship is more holistic. It’s not age specific. It’s concerned not just about knowing but is more focused on embodying. It connects the head and the heart. It’s about being reunited with Jesus.

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As of September 2020:

Discipleship Hour classes are at 10:45 am and are being held via Zoom.
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Affirmation of Baptism/Confirmation class is also via Zoom. The link has been sent to families.

Discipleship Hour – Sundays: Sunday Discipleship Hour classes meet at 9:45 am.

Check the Sunday bulletin and/or Narthex TV monitor for updates and locations.

  • Adult classes typically meet in 301/Fellowship Hall North, 302/Fellowship Hall South, or 322/Conference Room and via Zoom
  • High School Faith and Fellowship (grades 9-12) meets in 319/Youth Room
  • Affirmation of Baptism/Confirmation (grades 7-8) meets in 322/Conference Room and via Zoom
  • Pre-ABC (Affirmation of Baptism/Confirmation) (grades 5-6) meets in Room 117
  • Sunday Church School (age 2 – grade 4) classes meet in rooms downstairs in South Hall
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Adults: There are education opportunities on Sundays and during the week. There are offerings for men, for women, and for everyone.
Adults are invited to teach, mentor, and volunteer with youth discipleship also!

Youth: Youth discipleship has two components.

  • Education classes are on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am.
  • Activities, retreats, and trips for youth groups provide opportunities for fellowship, fun, and service. Many activities span age ranges.
    • High School is grades 9-12
    • Middle School is grade 6-8
    • Sheep and Shepherds are families with children age birth through grade 5.

“For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we will certainly be united with him in a resurrection like his.”  Romans 6:5

Youth Registration

 – All families need to complete a registration form once each program (school) year. It is used for all Saint Andrew’s activities.

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Discipleship Ministries

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Pastor Lara Forbes

Pastor Lara Forbes

Lead Pastor

email: pastor@SALC.church
phone: 425-746-2529 extension 12

Pastor Lara Forbes began her ministry at Saint Andrew’s on February 18, 2020.

Personal Ministry Statement:  As a Christian I am called to love God and my neighbor. As I live this out as a pastor, I have come to understand that no congregation exists solely for itself. Rather, it’s an integral part of its surrounding community and the relationship between church and community is living, breathing, and dynamic.

Before coming to Saint Andrew’s, Pastor Lara served at Faith Lutheran Church in Phoenix, Arizona for ten years.  She is originally from Washington State. More about Pastor Forbes coming soon…..

Doug Johnson
Doug Johnson

Doug Johnson

Director of Youth and Family Ministries

Doug Johnson

email: doug@SALC.church
phone: 425-746-2529

Doug Johnson joined Saint Andrew’s as our Director of Youth and Family Ministries on August 1, 2020.

Hello! I am excited to share my love and passion for church and ministry with the youth and family of Saint Andrew’s. I grew up in California, where church was a big part of my life. As a lifelong Lutheran, the church as always been a place of comfort, a place to call home, and a place for me to be challenged and grow. (more…)

Dan Johnson

Dan Johnson

Congregation Council


Committee: Discipleship Ministries


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