So much is happening. So many voices. So many words.
Thanks for taking the time to engage with what we are saying at Restoration. Cling to the truth that our Lord reigns. He is a very present help right now.
TONIGHT: a prayer meeting
If you’re like me, current events have left me drained, discouraged and at a loss. I long with you for a world made right; where righteousness and justice reign. We look forward to the heavenly reign of Christ and yet we need wisdom, courage and strength to live as kingdom citizens right now. To this end we must pray.
I apologize for the late notice. This event just came together today.
Parish Meeting Warm-Up Questions
We have a parish meeting on June 7 at 11:15am (right after the service) and June 9 at 8pm. We will talk about re-opening, finances, and summer plans. I would love to know what you want to hear. If you have a question about life in our congregation, hit reply (today!) and let me know. We want to be prepared with the information you most need.
A conversation about racism, the church, grief, and hope
This is my rector’s update for this week. I invite you to take time to listen to the whole thing.
- In the update, I will read a letter from four of our Anglican bishop’s that articulates Restoration’s position about the killing of George Floyd. You can read it, here.
- We will also mention a Ted Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie called The Danger of a Single Story
When we come to God in prayer, we feel our grief and we are strengthened by His presence.
“But for me it is good to be near God; I have made the Lord GOD my refuge, that I may tell of all your works.” Psalm 73: 28