It is fun to go to a church where several people tell me I've been there before, they are happy to see me again and hope I will return! I was amazed anyone recognized me. They were much friendlier than the last time I attended, perhaps because I was with others then. The bulletin was interesting - included all four weeks of Advent which tied it all together nicely. The cushion used for kneeling didn't try to upset me which I appreciated. Those can be belligerent. The soloist sang well. It was a good experience and I will return, weather permitting. Unfortunately an hour and a half thru the snow belt is not conducive to regular attendance.
For Margaret and Joel who are true disciples ministering to the people on the poorest Native American reservation in the US. And especially for Margaret who has more funerals in a month than most priests have in several years. And thanks for allowing the children to call her Grandma. She is the best possible person/priest in her position. For Peg and Jim. For all those who believe that guns can solve our problems. For our dysfunctional Congress. For Christ Church Meadville. For R and D especially for R. For me. For Ward. For Bro John. For Jim, especially. For those in the church who are distressed. For A as she deals with dysfunction. For Ginny. For Amelia. For Julie Anne. For Danny. For Amy. For J's mom. For Art and Mary. For rain in California. For Jeri. For Caleb and those who research RA. For J and D. For Tim and Ruth. For Ted. For VC and N. For Lee. For S and P.
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This blog supports the Gospel of Indiscriminate Inclusivity as preached by Jesus.
But if we must, then accept it and force the schismatics to make uncomfortable decisions
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