It is the first Sunday in the new calendar year and it seemed like a good idea to take a look at beginning things.
This time of the year is when we, and by “we” I mean lots of people if not necessarily me, make resolutions; we begin something new. For some it is all about health, for others personal development, the list is limited only by our collective creativity and desire. What I wanted to look at though wasn’t resolutions so much as “beginnings.” The sermon title is “Let us begin” and from that point I wanted us to think about beginnings and re-beginnings. I’m not sure “re-beginning” is an actual thing out there but if it isn’t, it should be. I want us too look at the start of a new calendar year as an opportunity to begin or re-begin any of those things that help us to become the people we were created to be. I hope you find some encouragement in these words.
St. Mark’s Presbyterian Let us begin
There is only one sermon this week because it was a joint service with the Knox folks joining the St. Mark’s folks in Moose Jaw. It was a lovely service followed by a delightful potluck where anyone who went home hungry simply didn’t avail themselves of all the delicious food.