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Sunday, January 24th

Fishing for Hope    Guest Reflector: Donna Sinclair

I’ve tried to walk most days during this pandemic. From this experience I can report that there’s not as much sunshine as usual. Gray skies, drizzle, maybe a few random snowflakes. It’s easy to feel sad.  So where do we look for the kind of hope that offers us strength in the midst of isolation and worry? One good source is in the sacred texts given to us by our ancestors. Today we are looking at Jonah (whose champion-grade worrying got him thrown into the sea) and Jesus, strolling by the shore and calling some unlikely heroes to come with him and have the pleasure of changing the world.

We are fishing for hope. Not surprisingly, it’s found in stories both past and present. Maybe we can fit these stories into our own lives at home and at church, and see the possibility of bright skies ahead.

The video of this service is available on the St. Andrew’s YouTube Channel

TOGETHER – Online Newsletter

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St. Andrew’s is an inclusive and affirming Christian community of faith worshiping God and serving others. Inspired by Holy Scripture and guided by tradition, reason, and experience, we share the ministry of Jesus Christ by nurturing spiritual growth, caring for creation, and being with those in need.

 St. Andrew’s United Church is an Affirming congregation within the United Church of Canada. We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive and nurturing community where all are welcome. We delight in the goodness and grace of God as expressed through the diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, family configuration, ability or economic circumstance. We give thanks for the richness of the Spirit among us and in the work we are called to do in the world.

Lenten Reflections Booklet – 2020

Lenten Reflections
The 2020 Lenten Reflections booklet can be viewed/downloaded by clicking here. Sincere thanks to Liz and Bethany Brownlee for their work in collecting and printing this booklet of reflections by members and friends of St. Andrew’s. Let this daily guide enrich your own personal Lenten journey.