The Pastor’s Report 2014 was presented at our Annual Meeting of the Congregation on January 25, 2015. It’s a photo summary of some of the highlights of our year together in ministry. Enjoy the look back, and imagine what we can do together in 2015! Click the link below to begin the journey. Pastor’s Report 2014
Pastor’s Report 2014
“Risky Journeys: Celtic Evening Prayer Inspired by Brendan the Navigator (c. 486-575)” begins on February 22 at 5:30 pm. St. Brendan the Navigator is one of the best loved of all the Celtic saints. The stories of his sea journeys have been told and retold for countless generations leading Christians to think deeply about their faith and life. One of the delights of reading the accounts of Brendan’s voyages is the ambiguity that exists in deciding which of the journeys was an actual sailing adventure, and which was a vision. The sea faring narratives resonate with those of us who live in coastal Maine, as does the Celtic emphasis on all of creation’s salvation. This is not your average worship service: it is designed to welcome all people: those who are our faith, those who are uncertain about belief in God and Christ, and those who may have been wounded or excluded by Christians. It is a time for hope and healing where all are invited to be who they are, use the gifts that they have received and to do something that matters. For more information about this and other exciting news around Good Shepherd, click the link below to read our February newsletter. February 2015 newsletter...
feb 2015 newsletter