On this 10th Sunday after Pentecost we give thanks to God for the many ways in which we have been blessed in the past week and for God's promise of His presence with us in the week to come. Today's reflection has been written by Mr. David Stamp who serves in the Parish as a Lay Reader and Rector's Warden, and in the Deanery as a Diocesan Lay Reader. David's ministry often takes him into local Nursing Homes to minister to the elderly members of our area and we give thanks to God for the ways in which God's Spirit has touched others through David's work. It is our hope that the worship resources provided today will bring you a sense of God's abiding presence in your life and open your mind to new ways of thinking so that you may have hope for the future.
Plans are being made to welcome people back into our buildings on September 6. Our goal is to provide as safe an environment as we can and we ask for the cooperation of those who wish to worship with us in terms of the protocols that will be established. The intention is to share that information through this website in the next couple of weeks.
Thank you for your support of God's ministry in this parish. Please contact us if you have a comment or question. May God bless you this week.