St. Andrew Weekly Announcements: April 18, 2021


Here is the worship bulletin for Sunday, April 18.

Click on the link to download it to your computer and print it out for April 18, 2021 


Bulletin – April 18, 2021


Join us from Home, Sunday at 9:30, for our Livestream Worship Service

We invite you to worship with us from home on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. via our live-streamed service on our church's website, 


Sermon:  Have You Anything to Eat? 

Special music:  O God, Be Gracious sung by Sharon Burkhardt


Five special hymns – with words – for all to sing


Can't join us online at 9:30 a.m.? No problem. Our worship services are recorded, so you can experience them any time. At the top of our church website, place your cursor over the "Live Stream" button, and just below it a "Past Streams" button will appear. Click on the "Past Streams" button and you will see a list of past worship services. Click on the link for the worship service you want to watch.  


If you have Joys and Concerns to share during our Prayers of the People, please email them to Pastor Roger by the end of the day on Saturday (


We encourage you to mail your Tithes and Offerings to the church office (5301 Ponderosa Avenue NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110) or contribute online at the church's website: To contribute online, click on the "donations" button at the top of the website's home page and follow the simple instructions. 


There is also an Enhanced On-Line Giving Option! 

In addition to designating your on-line gift for the General Fund or the Building Fund, you can now select "Other" and list the purpose of your contribution in the "Notes" section at the bottom of the second page.


Fellowship Time After Worship 

Following worship you are invited to join us for a time

of fellowship online via Zoom. You may join with your computer using the link: ORyou can join the conversation by phone simply by calling 1-346-248-7799 and entering the Meeting ID (827 6626 7467) and Passcode (422552) when prompted.

In Memoriam: Donna Barr - July 16, 1927 - April 5, 2021

Donna Barr, a charter member of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, died at home on Monday morning, April 5. She was receiving hospice care and had been doing well in recent weeks. Over the Easter weekend she enjoyed visits from her children and grandchildren. Please hold Donna's family in your prayers. Cards may be sent to Donna's daughter: Alene Hardin, 8505 Red Sky Place NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111. 


In lieu of a memorial service, we will have the opportunity to gather as a congregation to share our remembrances of Donna on Sunday, April 18, following worship, during our Fellowship Time on Zoom at about 10:30 a.m. (MDT). You may join our Fellowship Time with your computer using the link: OR you can join us by phone simply by calling the following number: 1-346-248-7799, and when prompted entering Meeting ID: 827 6626 7467; Passcode: 422552.


Adult Christian Education

This Sunday, April 18, Fletcher Hahn and Bill Renfro will be leading the second of our 5-part series entitled "And the Leaves of the Tree are for the Healing of the Nations" on the Biblical and Theological Foundations for Eco-Justice. The study paper was commissioned by the National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Working Group. For April 18: Please read pages 9-11 in the Study Paper and look at the activity on page 10 of the Study Guide. We will use "A Litany of Sorrow" on page 11 of the Study Guide. For April 25: Please read pages 12–26 of Study Paper and look at pages 15-17 of the Study Guide. Click here for the Study Paper. Click here for the Study Guide. Join on Sundays at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom at:

OR on your phone by calling +1 346 248 7799 

Meeting ID: 824 4442 8736 Passcode: 451513


 Racial Justice Group

Our weekly Conversation on Racial Justice continues to meet (via Zoom) on Tuesday afternoons at 4:00 p.m. We discuss books and articles that we are reading, videos and webinars that we have watched, and our own personal experiences. This is an open group. All are welcome. You can join the group on your computer using this link:

OR on your phone by calling +1 346 248 7799

Meeting ID: 896 6698 2247 Passcode: 647032


Announcements and Presbytidings Articles are Due Apr. 20


Join us for 'Sunday Socks and Sandwiches'

If you feel comfortable, we are still helping 10-12 of our neighborhood friends Sunday mornings after worship. We have socks and sandwiches as well as hygiene and a cup of coffee. We open the front doors and have two tables separating us so we maintain social distancing and lots of fresh air. If you would like to help, give Suzanne a call. Your help on Sunday or making sandwiches would be appreciated!!


Lawn Chair Pastoral Conversations

Spring has sprung and the weather is getting pretty. 

Come to Montgomery Park and have a chat! On Friday afternoons between Easter and Pentecost (April 9-May 21), Catherine Robinson will be sitting in Montgomery Park across the street from the church from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in a lawn chair. She will have one or two other lawn chairs available and some iced tea or sparkling water to share, and she would be delighted to see you. If on some Friday the weather is really nasty, she’ll stay home that week. Feel free to email (, call, or text her (505-514-9368) if you want to be absolutely sure that she’s there. 


Hospital Visitors Requested

Joshua Jarratt, the adult son of former St. Andrew member Fran Jarratt (Susan Copeland’s sister) is recovering from surgery at AMG Hospital and is in great need of company. Visiting hours are 2:00-4:00 pm. (He has received both doses of the COVID vaccine.) If you are interested in visiting Joshua, please contact Marilyn Stoops for details of when and where to visit. If you can’t go in person, please send him a card at AMG Hospital at 5400 Gibson Blvd. SE. Albuquerque, NM 87108, Room #304.


Historical Jesus Group - Discussion of The Upswing

On second and fourth Thursdays, beginning May 13, at 10:00 a.m., the Historical Jesus Group (HJG) will be discussing the new book, The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do It Again, by Robert Putnam. The book demonstrates how we have gone from an individualistic “I” society (during the Gilded Age of the late 1800s) to a more communitarian “We” society (by the early 1960s) and then back again (to today’s inequality, political polarization, fraying social fabric, public and private narcissism), and how we can learn from that experience to become a stronger, more unified nation. All are welcome to join the discussion. You can join the next HJG discussion on Thursday, April 22, at 10:00 a.m. on your computer by using this link:

OR on your phone by dialing: +1 346 248 7799

Meeting ID: 848 1951 0056 Passcode: 327048


Spiritual Formation Group

This small group, which gathers on the first and third Thursdays of the month, has moved its meetings online. 

It aims to take a deep dive into Scripture, opening minds and hearts to whatever God may convey through the Word. Group members usually choose passages from the lectionary, reading each aloud and discussing what meanings they find in them. You can join the next group Thursday, May 6, at 10:00 a.m. on your computer using this link:

OR Dial in by phone: +1 346 248 7799 

Meeting ID: 845 3922 3397 Passcode: 149677


Presbytery of Santa Fe - Stewardship: A Way of Life

Saturday, April 24, 2021, 9 a.m. - 12 noon

What: An interactive forum for people of the Santa Fe Presbytery to explore the meaning and application of stewardship with Keynoter: Rev. Shannon Webster

Who: Christians wrestling with how to be faithful with their lives and resources: congregants, deacons, church school teachers, elders and pastors

Purpose: To challenge us to examine the whole of stewardship in our lives, including exploring (1) gratitude; (2) biblical bases for stewardship; (3) stewardship versus budgeting; (4) differences between stewardship and fundraising; (5) “Who owns my stuff?”; and (6) practical tools in stewardship

Where: Your Zoom living room

(Register for the Zoom Link at


Menaul Historical Library

Menaul Historical Library is looking for someone to transcribe oral history of members in our Presbytery. These stories have been recorded and are now being added to the library files. Please contact Sharon Frey Prewitt if this is a service you feel called to do.  


Presbyterian Women of Santa Fe Spring Gathering via Zoom

Presbyterian Women of Santa Fe are invited to attend a Spring Gathering via Zoom offered by PW of the Presbytery of De Cristo in Arizona. The Virtual Gathering will take place on May 1st from 10:00 a.m. - Noon, and features Susan Carol Scott as the keynote speaker. Her topic will be "Faithing Our Way Through Aging". If you are interested, please register by contacting Martha Ashton (520 203-7392 or, to receive zoom login information. 

St. Andrew's Vision

Building a community of faith unleashed into the world by the love of God

Our Mission:

Proclaiming and living the Good News of Jesus Christ by:

-- Listening to a loving God

-- Celebrating our faith together
-- Nurturing each other in Christian love and spiritual    


-- Working for social justice and peace

-- Reaching out in compassionate Service

-- Being stewards of all God's gift

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church 

5301 Ponderosa Ave NE 

Albuquerque, NM 87110 

Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9am-2pm


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