Sunday Night Thoughts


This past week was a nice change of pace from the last couple for a couple of reasons.  One was our schedule was a lot less hectic.  In fact, I had enough extra time, I spent at least three nights working on the grass outside.  It was one of the first week, we didn’t have extra events in quite a few weeks, however, this week changes and we have a few more things.  This week Emmaus Road moves to Thursday night. This is a permanent change and Saturday is District Conference.  We will be up in the Buffalo area.  Yesterday, we decided to take the week off and went to Rochester.  While it wasn’t in the original plan, we did go to the Susan B. Anthony House and Museum.  It was well worth it.  One of the reasons I liked it, is because our Wesleyan history blends with what was going on in the mid 1800’s.  The early Wesleyan Methodists were abolitionists and were also involved in the Women’s Rights Movement.  It was interesting to see another part of that story.  Western New York was at the heart of many mid-century social reforms. We had a great time together.

We also visited the High Falls area and went to the Lego Store.  Another highlight of the trip was stopping at Nick Tahou Hots. It is a Rochester institution and one of those very interesting places to eat.

We had a good service at McCrae Brook as I preached on being Children of God.  I can’t think of much else, so signing off until next week.  Blessings…

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