On 30 November we celebrate the feast of Andrew, Apostle of Christ, brother of Simon Peter and generally considered to be the first called to follow Jesus. He is referred to in the Gospels as being present at key points in the story of Christ. He preached in Byzantium and was martyred by crucifixion on a saltire at Patrus, in Greece. He is the patron saint of Russia and Greece as well as of Scotland; he is also the protector of fishermen, pregnant women and singers and protects against convulsions and whooping cough. Please join us at 7.30pm to remember him.