Home Worship – Sunday April 11, 2021

This Sunday April 11th is the 2nd Sunday of Easter. We continue the story of Luke from the resurrection  narrative that ends the Gospel into Luke’s second volume, the Book of Acts. This week our theme is “The Holy Spirit Lives in Us.”

 Our YouTube service will premier at 11:30am. Our 10:30am live service will be on Zoom as we will be celebrating a short communion service and then moving into our annual meeting. For details on how to join us live go here: https://standrews.ws/2021/04/08/zoom-communion-annual-meeting-april-11-2021/

Order of Service

Gathering Music

Family Worship: “The Holy Spirit Lives in Us.” (available at 9:00am)

YouTube Service Available at 11:30am

Call to Worship – Psalm 47:1-2, 6-7

Opening Prayer

Song: “This is Amazing Grace”

Gospel Reading – Luke 24:36-49

New Testament – Acts 1:1-11

Reflection – “Waiting for Life”

Hymn: “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing”

Closing Prayers



    • Public Health Update: St. Andrew’s will continue to worship online and by telephone only for at least the duration of the current provincial ‘Stay At Home Order,’ which took effect on April 8 and be in effect for at least 28 days (to May 5). Session will review the public health situation and the public health guidelines for the City of Hamilton that will come into effect at that time, before deciding on when to reactivate our Reopening Taskforce. We pray for the safety of all during this time of rising infections and the more severe illness arising from the newer COVID variants. But we also give thanks for the vaccination campaign and all hope for better days ahead.
    • COVID Vaccinations: The City of Hamilton is now vaccinating all adults 60 and over https://www.hamilton.ca/coronavirus/covid-19-vaccine-booking. If you or someone you know in congregation would like some assistance with booking your vaccination or getting to your vaccination appointment please contact me by email or phone (905-407-9262).
    • Journeying Through Acts: This Sunday is the first of seven we’ll be spending the Book of Acts. To learn more about Acts go to the Bible Project.