Rector's Reflections: Come, and be heard and known
A year and a half into my time here, into my time with you, into Covid-tide, I find myself wanting to hear you more; your voice, your story, your thoughts about this wild era we are passing through together....I just want to hear you. So here are my solutions:
1. Sign up to spend 25 minutes with me either on Zoom, on the phone, or in the rainbow chairs, your choice. I'd love to connect with you! Just find a time slot HERE that works for you, claim the spot, and then shoot me an email at [email protected] to work out logistics.
2. We'd all love to hear your voice as part of our Sunday morning worship, either on-line or in-person. We need readers to read the bible stories to us, and for the on-line service we need one or more people in the same household to be the "Voice of the People" reading all the bolded words on the screen while others join their voices to yours at home on mute. We'd be thrilled if you signed up to lend your voice in any of these ways by hitting the links above!
My heart was recently grabbed by a song offered by a young adult named Tish Melton, the song is called, "We can do hard things", and in the refrain, Tish sings, "to be loved we need to be known, we'll finally find our way back home". It occured to me that I want to know you better, and if you feel you've been away, I hope you'll find your way home to St. Paul's. Come, and be heard and known.