Its the first Sunday of Autumn here in The Brook. We have had a great week. It was a little different than normal – No meetings (church or otherwise.) We did have our weekly prayer meeting. One of the unique things that happened is that one of the members of our church took us out to meet our neighbors. It was a great time as we were introduced as the pastors of McCrae Brook. Most of the visits were short, but we did spend around 20 to 30 minutes at one of the houses nearest to us.
Anna started substituting this past week and has three assignments this week. Tomorrow I am going for my physical and finger printing so that I can substitute bus drive for the local school district.
My favorite part of the week was yesterday going to Letchworth State Park. This beautiful park along the Genesee River has three waterfalls in a massive gorge. Often called the “Grand Canyon of the East,” it really is beautiful.
Today we had a wonderful service as I preached on the importance of fellowship – think of the word Koinonia – check out the word in the Greek – it is so much more than we think it is. This afternoon we went to Sheetz – it’s about 15 miles away, so it’s not somewhere we go often. It was fun.
Well that’s about all I have for this week. Have a great week!