The St. Andrew's campus is intended as a sacred space for worship, Christian education, outreach, and service. It encompasses five main buildings: Family Life Center, Children's Center, Powell Hall, Sanctuary, and Disciples' Hall. Each building features unique amenities designed to accommodate a wide range of event types and sizes. Our ministry to members of our community is enhanced through the use of our facilities. We welcome all non-profit groups to utilize these spaces for events consistent with the mission and vision of St. Andrew's and the goals and guidelines set forth by the Florida Conference and the Discipline of the United Methodist Church.
If you are interested in utilizing the facilities at St. Andrew's for your next private or community event, please submit a Facilities Usage Request using the REQUEST button below. All requests must be accompanied by a Waiver and Release of Liability. Our Facilities Policy and Guidelines can also be found below. All requests are reviewed weekly by our Trustees Committee. Request approvals and fee schedules will be communicated by phone or email to the person listed as the event contact on the request.
Building Usage Guidelines
Child/Youth Protection Policy (CYPP)
A central tenet of the Christian faith is the inherent value and worth of all children, youth, and adults. Children and youth are least able to protect themselves in our society and are particularly vulnerable to abuse and neglect. St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church is dedicated to protecting the youth and children who participate in the life of this congregation and who attend groups, events and classes held on our campus.
Since 1996, the General Conference of the United Methodist Church has mandated that each local congregation has a child/youth protection policy (CYPP). Coverage under the Conference Insurance Program requires that churches have a CYPP in place. All employees of a local church are required to review and acknowledge their church’s CYPP on an annual basis.
All groups meeting on St. Andrew's campus must have a group officer sign the adoptions page of the CYPP, indicating that they will abide by the policy, at a minimum. Then, the onus is on that group to comply.
Meet the team members that make facilities usage for our community members possible.