Among the members of St. Andrew’s who have been sewing face masks for family and neighbours, Kathleen, Lori-Kim and Susanne saved some scraps of material and have crafted a memorable pulpit fall for our sanctuary. Can you see the image of the fish emerge, that most ancient symbol of Jesus Christ and of Christians? As one mentioned – As I was sewing all our individual strips together, I was praying for each of the people wearing the masks sewn from these fabrics … I LOVE how the fish takes a bit to focus onto – plays right into the image of Jesus always being there, even in the midst of “chaos”, but that sometimes we have to step back to see him – to focus on him.
We warmly invite you to join us this Sunday morning and begin this week of grace in the worship of God with Video at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzEy41z3sqfRm8X_lLfKGUA
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We will continue exploring our Christian faith through the words of the hymns we sing – this Sunday Isaac Watts’ ‘When I survey the wondrous cross’. We will also celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion – be sure to prepare a sacred place, with bread and wine, and perhaps even a candle.