This Week at Trinity, Beamsville
Friday, August 14, 2020
I was lamenting to my husband Dan recently that our grass had turned quite yellow. We’re not people who tend to have manicured lawns by any means, but it looked sad. He reminded me that grass goes through seasons of drought and always seems to come out green again. What a beautiful reminder.
A few days ago, we had quite a downpour in Niagara Falls. We had been biking and made it home just in time! The next morning I was amazed – the grass was bright green again! Just from that one good quenching, it was renewed.
Isn’t it funny how life is sometimes like that? In a difficult season, sometimes a kind word, gesture, walk in nature or really good nap, or – fill in your blank – can be so renewing. Whatever season you’re in, whether or not it is a season of drought, our hope is that you find the quenching of spirit you need every Sunday, as we again seek to remind one another and ourselves of the amazing presence and promises of God, whose living water never runs dry. We are a resurrection people!
We hope you are blessed by this week’s service with Rev. Paul Roth, Guest Preacher Rev. Colleen Smith, and the musical gifts of Tom and Fran Inglis.
Please be sure to see the details you need for Sunday worship and post-worship coffee below, as well as an update from the Return to Church committee.