Holy Week brought the usual roller coaster of emotions, and Easter arrived in the gloom of a rainy Sunday, but God's promise to us is still evident. God will be with us no matter what. At times like these, with financial hardship, health concerns, fear of the unknown, and general uncertainty, we may struggle to remember promise. God loves us. Always.
As we move away from the focus of Lent, Holy Week and Easter, many of us feel "at sea." What do we focus on now? What landmarks can we use to keep sight of the shore? We don't pretend to have the answers in this changing world, but we can promise to try and keep your ship steady. We can offer ways to stay connected, grow your faith and engage with your community until we can all be together again.