The hymn suggestions below are either directly about Andrew, or based on the themes from his lift and ministry.
About St AndrewAlthough he is best known in the English speaking world as patron saint of Scotland, Andrew is also the patron of Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople,San Andres Island, Colombia and Saint Andrew, Barbados. And also of fishermen, fishmongers and rope-makers, textile workers, singers, miners, pregnant women, butchers, farm workers, protection against sore throats, convulsions, fever and whooping cough.
As Simon-Peter's brother, he is regarded as the first apostles - and so his feast is close to the start of Advent. After Jesus death and resurrection, Andrew is believed to have evangelised in Georgia, Roumania and the Ukraine, and to have been ship-wrecked and performed a miracle in Cyprus.
Because of his strong association with Scotland, the Scottish flag and also the Union Flag includes St Andrew's saltire cross.
Psalm 19:1-6 - The judgments of the Lord are true, and all of them are just / The law of the Lord is perfect / The precepts of the LORD are right / The fear of the Lord is pure /
Gospel: Matthew 4:18-22 - Jesus calls the fishermen, Simon who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother... “Follow me, and I will make you fish for people.”
Suggested free-use hymnsBy all your Saints Still Striving
With verse 2:
We praise apostle Andrew,
The first to welcome you,
The first to lead his brother,
The first disciples true.
With hearts for you made ready,
We watch throughout the year,
And strive to join our comrades,
And own your Advent near.
As Blessed Andrew on a Day
Eternal God of Power Supreme
Hymn for St Andrew's Day
Hymn of Thanksgiving for the First Preachers of the Gospel
Now Let the Earth with Joy Resound
When Christ our Lord to Andrew Cried
Suggested hymns which may still be copyright
Follow Me - Cockett
Galilee Song - Andersen
James and Andrew, Peter and John - Bell
Saint Andrew Called to Follow Christ
Sing of Andrew, John's Disciple
St Andrew's Day - Davidson
What Sense of Need led Andrew On - Dudley Smith