Never a Doubt

Greetings, Easter People –

What a wonderful celebration we had Sunday. Visitors and CEO’s (Christmas and Easter Only) joined us to share the joy of Easter. It was a lovely day, which allowed us to have a social hour under the wisteria. We enjoyed Italian cakes, finger jello, coffee, tea, and each other.

Our journey through Eastertide toward Pentecost, “The Birth of the Church,” has begun. Death has not had the last word, and the story continues. Our own stories continue to develop.

This week we will travel with our old friend Doubting Thomas. We all know him. He sits on our shoulder from time to time and mutters in our ear, calling us to question or naysay. This is not necessarily a bad thing. Christian theologian Paul Tillich wrote, “Doubt isn’t the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith.”

I pray that you will join us this Sunday at 10 am, either in person or on Zoom, as I reflect upon Thomas and what he has to say to us today. Also, remember the Congregational Meeting will follow the service this week.

Until then,
Rev. Michael Cronin

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