The Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan, Sunday, January 23, 2022
Due to Covid 19 and the Omicron variant, we have paused our in person worship until the middle of January. We will reevaluate early in January given public health guidelines at that time.
We offer an online video each Sunday as we continue to worship even though we can’t gather together in person.
January 24th, 2022
Throughout much of our lives, we need to rely on a resiliency that we have developed to cope and deal with what’s going on in life and in the world in general. For you and me, we have the added dimension of our faith in God and Jesus to give us strength, wisdom, encouragement and hope for whatever lies ahead. That is a gift which we can’t underestimate because it can and will see us through anything we encounter that potentially threatens us and our emotional, spiritual or physical well being.
These days, we are especially aware of how vulnerable we are given Covid 19 and this Omicron variant. Never before in our life time have we faced such a daunting and overwhelming world wide condition. And to be sure, there are still uncertain days ahead. That can be and and is daunting. But with our faith in God through Jesus, we trust in God’s hand upon us and God’s Spirit within us that will see us through whatever lies ahead in the days, weeks and months that lie ahead of us. With our faith, we have a resiliency that will see us through all that is to come. Read More.