Wednesday, April 1, 2020
I pray you are all doing well and are staying at home as much as possible. I know the physical restrictions can be agonizing. These most trying times are also having a hard impact on us emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Please know that your Church Family is here, and we are praying for you everyday.
We are doing our best to stay connected. If you are on Social Media, such as Facebook, please be sure that you have Liked and Follow the All Saints’ Facebook Page.
Emails are being sent out on a regular basis from both me – firstname.lastname@example.org – and from Kristen in the Church Office – email@example.com. If you are not receiving emails, please be sure we have your correct email address.
Website – The All Saints’ website is also being updated when there are new uploads. Last week I recorded a Service of Morning Prayer. Services for Palm Sunday and Easter will also be recorded and made available on our website.
Telephone – The Wardens, Lay Pastoral Visitors and other faithful members of All Saints’ are sharing Telephone ministry with me. I am so grateful for everyone’s help in keeping us all connected. Thank You Everyone!
Now that the Coronavirus has made its way into York Region we all must be super careful. Wash your hands. Stay home. Sneeze into your elbow – and pray. We all need to pray. Praying is how we care for our Spiritual Health during these most difficult times.
Today, Lay Pastoral Visitor Aileen Van Ginkel, offers us a beautiful reflection using the 6th Psalm, followed by a prayer. It is a very timely reflection, as it reminds us of God’s unfailing love.
May we all rest this day in the hope, promise and comfort of God’s unfailing, never-ending love for us, and for all of Creation.
With every Blessing,