February 4th 2024 -“From where does your strength come from?”

2024-02-04 “From where does your strength come?” 11:00 AM

Dear friends,

THANK YOU to everyone who helped make St. Andrew’s 99th Anniversary Potluck Luncheon such a success!  We all enjoyed the fantastic and unique food choices brought to the potluck.  It’s moments like these, where good food, meaningful conversations and friendships come together to make for such memorable experiences. 

OUR RESPONSIVE READING this week is taken from Psalm 147, “God Heals the Broken-hearted.”  This psalm is a hymn of praise celebrating God’s power, care for Jerusalem, and His role as a healer.  It emphasizes gratitude for His guidance, protection, and enduring love, making it a source of comfort and inspiration for believers in times of difficulty.  Martin Luther, the famous protestant reformer from the 16th century, comments on this psalm, “God does not demand great sacrifices or precious treasures of great price for His blessings, but for something much simpler than that.  He wants our songs and praise.”  

Let us lift our hearts and voices to the Lord in songs of praise and worship this Sunday!

Order of Service

Call to Worship
Hymn 313 “Oh worship the King” (vs 3 en français)
Prayer of Adoration
Prayer of Confession
Declaration of Grace
The Lord’s Prayer
Children’s Time
Hymn 328: “This is my Father’s world” (vs 2 en français)
Responsive Reading: Psalm 147
Gloria Patri
Isaiah 40: 21-31 (en français BFC – English on the screen)
1 Corinthians 9: 16-23
Mark 1: 29-39
Sermon: “From where does your strength come?”
Confession of Faith – The Apostles’ Creed
Hymn 662: “Those who wait upon the Lord”
Offering and Offertory
Prayer of Thanksgiving and Intercession
Hymn 626: “Lord of all power”
Go now in peace