Explore Faith

At St. Andrew's we value an open exploration of the questions and hopes people bring to faith. Here are some opportunities we have to explore your spirituality with others:


St. Andrew's Women’s Group

Gather with women of St. Andrew’s every second Friday of the month for fellowship and the opportunity to grow in friendship with one another.

Contact: Anne Cass: annedcass@gmail.com


Saints Alive!

On the third Thursday at noon seniors from St. Andrew’s gather in a member’s home to share a light meal, fellowship and conversation about a topic or book chapter of the month.

Contact: Rebecca Johnson: rwj3939@sbcglobal.net


Introduction to the Episcopal Church

If you are new to St. Andrew's or if you would just like to learn more about the Episcopal Church past and present, you are welcome in the Fall to join this five-session journey into the Episcopal Church, by reading together the book Jesus was an Episcopalian.  

Contact: Simon Mainwaring: simon.standrewspb@gmail.com


Parish Weekend

Join other St. Andrew’s families each Fall, the weekend after Labor Day, to gather at Camp Stevens in Julian, for a weekend of fellowship together around the campfire, on the camp’s organic farm, or just relaxing at the pool.

Contact: Alex Howard: alex.standrewspb@gmail.com

The Forum @ St. Andrew's

Most Sundays, after the service St. Andrew's holds an interactive adult forum that explores matters of life, faith and the world today. Our Lent Forum Series, Encounter, invites attendees to put what they learn into practice in their lives in the world through the lenses of five encounters with the needs of the world. The forum series begins on Sunday March 5th, starting at 11:30am in Andrews Hall. All are welcome!


Sunday March 5th

The Kaleidoscope God: Reaching out to the Latino community

led by Alex Nagy, St. Andrew’s by-the-Sea



Sunday March 12th

He’s My Brother: Partners in Prison Ministry

led by Tom Morrelli, Pro Mentor Prison Ministry


Sunday March 19th

“Giving Up to Gain – How Can Lent Enhance our Mental Health?” 

led by Kat Katsanis-Semel, Mental Health America, San Diego


Sunday March 26th

Bring me your Tired: Refugees in San Diego

led by Lisa Dumolt, Elaine McLevie, Katherine Bom, RefugeeNet


Sunday April 2nd

Our God is a God of Second Chances: Dignity for the Homeless

led by Caryn Blanton, Pacific Beach Street Guardians



Contact: Simon Mainwaring: simon.standrewspb@gmail.com


To explore our select forum archive, follow this link: Forum Archive