At Morning Prayer on this day, the second reading is from St. Paul's Second Letter to the Church at Corinth. St. Paul holds out hope for us:
Signs by their very nature point to something beyond themselves. If they are well done, signs offer a quick way to head in the right direction, or to spare us from heading in the wrong direction. Just think of the many times you have been driving along I-95 looking for the right exit. When you see the sign you might breathe a quick sigh of relief. "Whew. I'm on the right road."
When you see the signs pointing to The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek, they will be pointing you to the building and grounds. But they will be pointing to something beyond that. These signs will be pointing to the fact that "The Episcopal Church Welcomes You" and that this particular manifestation of the Episcopal Church happens to be gathering at Honey Creek. The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek will point you to God as revealed in Our Savior Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Linda McCloud
The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek