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Welcome to St. Andrew's! We would love to have you join us this Sunday. In addition to attending in-person you can stream the service live HERE on Facebook or HERE on our website. 

Welcome to today's worship leaders Teri Fichtner and Rod Simmons.

Order of Service 


Call to Worship  

Come and hear, all you who fear God,
and we will tell what God has done for us.
God is the Sovereign of heaven and earth,
maker of this world and all within it.
God has given us life and breath and every blessing.
Bless our God, O peoples!
Let the sound of God’s praise be heard.

Hymn: "All Creatures Of Our God And King" (Milligan | Crowder | St. Francis of Assisi | Draper)

Opening Prayers & Children's Story

Chorus: "Open The Eyes Of My Heart" (Baloche) & Are My King (Amazing Love)" (Foote) 

Scripture Lessons: Act 17:16-31

Sermon: "Still haven't found what you're looking for?"

Offering & Doxology

Prayers of the People (can be shared in comments of live feed)

Hymn: "Just As I Am (Woodworth)" (Elliott | Bradbury)


Wednesday Bible Study: This online study meets from 1:00-2:00 pm to look at the Bible passage that will be explored the coming Sunday. You don't need to be a Bible scholar, just curious.
Women's Bible Study: Meeting on Thursdays at noon. Please speak to Berna Porter for more information.
Election of Elders: What do Elders do at St. Andrews? Elders attend Session meetings where they participate in decision making related to the congregation. Elders have shared responsibilities in caring for the congregation, representing Session at a committee’s meetings or the congregation at Presbytery, participating in search committees, and welcoming the congregation to worship. Over the next three weeks church members will have the opporunity to 'endorse' people from our church membership list, whom they believe are gifted and called by God to serve in this role.
Worship at St. Andrews: We need to hear from you. Click HERE to complete our simple 6-question survey! You will need to respond to the final question (typed, not yes/no) to register your responses.
Blessing our Neighbors with Tim Horton's Cards: Who did you give yours to? What was their reaction?
Baby Bottle Campaign: Hopewell Clinic and Pregnancy Centre launched a new clinic in 2021, and are set to launch new ultrasound services in the clinic this summer.  The point of care ultrasound service will be available to women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.  This service will provide important health information to women when they need it most.  Check out the video to see the clinic.  Help us reach our church goal of $2000 by donating here.
Art Work on Display in Lower Hall: Casey Macaulay, a Kamloops Forrester, is turning the devastation of last summer’s wildfires into something beautiful, tree ring art! 
The Way of Forgiveness: This six-week study will explore the theme of forgiveness and reconciliation. What does forgiveness look like? How do we use this language faithfully? What does the bible offer about forgiveness and reconciliation? This study is being taught by the Rev. Dr. Roland de Vries through Presbyterian College and facilitated by Pastor Steve. We will watch the presentation and then engage in open discussion. This study will begin on Thursday May 19 from 7:00-8:30 pm on zoom and will last for 6 weeks.
Truth and Reconciliation: The Truth and Reconciliation Working Group is intending to start a Book Club in September. The booklist will be shared at a later date.  Several books have been suggested, and more recommendations are welcome. Contact Jarrett Schill. Want to know about that red brick building across the South Thompson River?  Join the virtual presentation on Wednesday May 25th at 1:30 pm by the Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park on the history of the Kamloops Indian Residential School. You can register HERE.
Birthdays & Anniversaries: Barb & Bob Ulevog--Sunday May 15,  Jarrett & Kerri Schill--Monday May 16,  Henry & Corrine Rikkers--Wednesday May18, Ron Altmeyer--Friday May 20

Thought for the Day