There is a newness in the air! Our opening image alludes to the peaceful transition of leadership that is the hallmark of a democracy. Behind the image you will hear a prelude by Tim Accurso, a new presence in our worship. You may have noticed Tim in the background sitting at the piano, but now we get to hear him in full force. He helps us prepare ourselves for worship with a refreshing rendition of “Great Is Thy Faithfulness.”
Ann Padden-Rubin is our liturgist. She will offer the call to worship as well as our Scripture reading from 1 Corinthians 7:29-31. Our first hymn “Amazing Grace” was recorded early last year as you can see by the fullness of Erin’s pregnancy. She and Tim deliver two new hymn recordings “All Who Love and Serve Your City,” and “Come Down O Love Divine.” The Rev. Janet Ewart leads us in prayers for our country and our community. The sermon continues the theme of the principles that ground our lives for peace and justice. I tell the story of how a good friend of mine had a revolutionary impact on my life, just by being herself.
Scott Eschbach edited the service as usual, and I am so impressed with his skills!
Notice of Annual Congregational Meeting - NEXT SUNDAY, January 31, 2021
The Annual Meeting of the Congregation will be held virtually via Zoom on Sunday, January 31, at 10:30AM at the beginning of the virtual Coffee Hour. Please join us for this important yearly meeting. Thank you.
Zoom Coffee Hour
St. Andrew’s is inviting you to a Zoom Coffee Hour…
Adult Education continues this Sunday with the final session of “The Future of Christianity” from Faith and Reason. The Question and Answer session for the series with Joan Chittister, Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan will conclude the program.Please join us this Sunday on Zoom after Coffee Hour for John Dominic Crossan's presentation.
Topic: St. Andrew's Adult Education Class: Q & A with Chittister, Borg and Crossan