A bit foolishly I suppose, and maybe of little interest to some, it is also the time for opening day. This also takes place on fields of green. It is a game for big boys and little girls. It brings to mind Thomas Boswell's book "Why Time Begins on Opening Day", or A. Bartlett Giamatti writing, "The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, ..." (from "The Green Fields of the Mind").
Hope springs eternal. Creation astounds once again and the gloom does not speak the final word. Thanks for the gifts Lord.
Peace and blessings,
"Thank you, merciful God, for the bounty of your creation - for the gifts that nourish our bodies, souls and hearts. Sustained by your grace may our lives reflect your presence in the world around us. amen."
Wednesday 10:00 a Bible Study
5:30 p Lenten Soup Supper
6:30 p Lenten Vespers Service
7:00 p Adult Choir Practice
Thursday 6:30 p Men's Night @ Old Chicago Pizza
Sunday April 17 6:00 pm (Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week)
Guest Speaker and Holocaust Survivor Alter Wiener will share is life story living in concentration camps, it will be a great connection and reflection of Holy Week.