Hello friends! Somehow, it’s July. For some the turning of the calendar will mean trying to balance a national holiday with Sunday worship. For others it will mean school holidays have finally arrived. For still others it will mean the days are finally getting longer and there’s hope at the end of the winter tunnel.
Whatever this first Sunday in July brings (RCL? The NL psalms? A series? A day off?), this is the place to share your ideas, your hopes and despairs, your seeds of sermons or children’s talks, and of course your snacks! I have a plum crisp to share, because I made one for Bible Study this week, and then the next day my produce box arrived with loads more plums so I had to make another. 😉
Teri Peterson is a minister in the Church of Scotland. She lives along the beautiful Firth of Clyde, but spent Wednesday on the other side of the country at Holyrood Palace wearing an amazing “hatinator,” sipping tea, chatting to strangers, and trying to get a glimpse of the Queen, because sometimes ministry is awesome. She is co-author of Who’s Got Time: spirituality for a busy generation, a board member of RevGalBlogPals, and a contributor to There’s A Woman in the Pulpit.
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