Silent Prayer on Sunday

A very small number of people visited the church for personal, silent prayer and candle lighting this morning. Everyone followed the guidelines of remaining at least 6 ft apart. Faith remains alive in our hearts as we each take the next step, day by day, into the future that unfolds before us. This future many feel anxious about, but which nonetheless, faith, hope, and love assure us is, will be touched by the presence of the one who is eternally present.

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