I miss each of you greatly. When I am preaching on Sunday, I imagine each one of you in your place. Thank you for your faithfulness in every way. “This too shall pass” and we will soon (not soon enough) be back together in great fellowship. The important thing is to stay safe so we can have a great reunion in the coming days.
As I mentioned Sunday, the refinance of our loan is now complete. Due to the Feds lowering rates during this crisis we even got a better rate before signing. Several people have worked tirelessly on this for month and we thank them. I especially want to thank Dorothy Kitchen, and Barry and Nancy Ream for their efforts. This moves our monthly budget outlay for payment on this building from about $26,000.00 to about $13,000.00. It could not have come at a better time. Thank you to all who made this possible through your diligence.
Mike Fanning, Michael Sanford and I will lead our annual “Cup and the Cross” Lord’s Supper Service on Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. April 9. Mike will send you the link next week. These are the same connections we use on Sundays. Tune in Thursday the 9th and prepare by gathering some grape juice or wine or the like, and some bread or crackers or the like. We will share together, as a church family, this meaningful communion service. We will commemorate what Jesus did on that night before the cross when He died for our sins. Blessings.
I wanted to share a picture this morning of the Lanfear Park and the many bluebonnets that have opened in that beautiful circle.
Join us on Facebook or Youtube. People are telling me the Youtube link is great. This Sunday, Palm Sunday, I will be speaking from Matthew 27:27-31, The Cross and the Crown.