Our beloved island suffered thru 2 hurricanes in the past 2 years. The havoc reaped can still be seen while driving up and down the island. Many roofs have blue tarps on them and boards across windows. But the saddest effect that constantly reminds me of how much Mother Nature’s temper can hurt is our Anglican church north of us-Holy Savior. It is a very old, well worn church that needed repair before any of the storms but we still were able to have services inside the building.
Today we had a wonderful blessing….we heard church service was to be held at 9:00 this morning at Holy Savior.
“WHAT??? How can that be? We just drove by it a day ago and the roof was still gone!”, we asked
No,” just before the church at the Millerton school house.”
In shock we told our friend, “That old, run down building no one uses? No way!”
This morning as we parked in the “lot”- the basketball court and yard- we were astonished to see this………
all painted and so clean!
the pews and alter had to be hauled out of the old building and brought in!
I was inspired not only by the service and celebrating the love of our Lord but the love of my brothers and sisters in Christ and the dedication they have to their church!
My cup is full to over flowing………