The longer we are apart, the more important it becomes for us to stay in contact with one another. We all miss worshipping together and our time of fellowship after worship, as well other times we were together. Dr. Chip reminded us every Sunday of the importance of fellowship and even though we are physically apart, we can stay connected in many ways. We can call, text, email, send notes/cards, drive by and wave, etc. Think about those who sit around you in worship, at committee meetings, at Sunday school classes, at choir or handbells, Monday morning men, the quilters, Bible study, and any other small groups. Have you been in contact lately? Also, think of our members who live at the Village, including Lynne’ mother, Bruce, and Chip’s mother, Nan, and those who had not been able to attend worship. We are a family and we need to stay connected until we can be together again.
“Spirit open my heart, to the joy and pain of living. As you love, may I love, in receiving and in giving. Spirit open my heart.”