St. Andrew opens its doors to the community and actively reaches out to serve the Northland Area. The Franklin County Board of elections uses the Multipurpose Room for primary, general, and special elections. In addition, our church hosts several Mind, Body and Spirituality classes each year: topics include Body Talk/ Access Consciousness, the art of fused glass and Soul Collage. In addition:
Tai Chi groups meet at St. Andrew: Tuesday afternoons at 4:00. The Taoist Tai Chi Society of the United States of America, Inc. was incorporated as a national charitable organization in 1989. The Society was founded to preserve and promote the Taoist tradition of the dual cultivation of body and mind. In keeping with Master Moy’s vision of compassion and service to others, all instructors are nationally accredited volunteers, and most of the administrative work is done by volunteers.
Devonshire Civic Association
The Devonshire Civic Association (DCA) is a Non-Profit Civic Organization for residents of the Devonshire community in northeast Columbus (Franklin County), Ohio. They meet at St. Andrew on the first Thursday of each month from 7 pm – 9 pm.
Northland Partners for Opportunity is a summit of not-for-profit agencies in the Northland area organized by the Northland Alliance and led by Jenny Lin, a social worker who has been named a “Neighborhood Ambassador” by the city of Columbus. They are supporting the Northland Community Garden at St. Andrew, planned and organized by Nikki Zupp, a Northland resident.
Urban Bee Keepers
The Urban BeeKeepers of Central Ohio (UBCO) group meets at St. Andrew the second Thursday evening of each month from 7-9 PM. UBCO is a non-profit educational and social organization whose purpose is
- To promote the practice of sustainable beekeeping;
- To connect and build a community of beekeepers;
- To address the specific challenges facing urban beekeepers;
- To reduce or eliminate the use of chemicals to maintain healthy hives; and to educate beekeepers and the public about the importance of honeybees and pollination.
- Active Beehives are maintained on site in one of the St. Andrew Courtyards.