There is so much to be thankful for! We have celebrated Thanksgiving Sunday reflecting on the on-going challenges of living in these difficult times but rejoicing in our resilience!
The resilience comes from the faithful presence and power of the Holy Spirit, working in us and through us. As we reflect on the history and legacy of the parishes which have come together to form All Saints by the Lake, we continue to press forward knowing that we are not alone.
Your candid feedback in the recent survey convinces me that The Anchor plays an important role, supporting our fellowship and the connections we have with each other.
As you can see, The Anchor has a fresh, new layout. Some features have been discontinued as we focus on information you consider most relevant. There is, however, no shortage of content. Our parishioners continue to share stories eagerly and enthusiastically. Thank you for your on-going interest and contribution to your newsletter!
As the northern autumn approaches, we continue to see the beauty of scarlet and gold hues that surround us. Let us hear the Spirit of God in the rustling leaves and in the rush of water, and be grateful for God’s grace, goodness, and mercy as we enjoy the fruits of a generous harvest, give thanks for seeds of many kinds, sown and multiplied, for the sufficiency we enjoy.
Yours in His service,