Clergy Reflection – January 13, 2017

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

This past Thursday as I entered the chapel, I was greeted by a beautiful, graceful greyhound. “Olive!” I exclaimed, “I haven’t seen you in a while,” as I gave her a vigorous rub-down. It was only then that I looked up to also greet Olive’s owner Priscilla Ring, another beautiful and graceful lady. Both Priscilla and Olive are some of the regulars at our Thursday morning services.
Every Thursday morning at 9am, a group of parishioners (and several dogs!) gather in our jewel of a Meditation Chapel for a communion service. Anywhere from three to twelve us participate in this joyful half hour service. It is an intimate group, the sermon is often interactive, and the fellowship before and afterwards is lovely.
If you are home on Thursday mornings, consider stopping by and joining us. It is a great way to start the day! The Meditation Chapel is behind the church library, next door to the parish offices. Whenever ever two or three are gathered, Christ is in the midst of them.
You are very dear to me and to God in Christ.
Faithfully yours,