Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Tonight at King of Peace

For three weeks while Fr. Frank, Victoria and Griffin Logue are away on a much-deserved vacation, I am filling in the pastoral duties at King of Peace Episcopal Church in Kingsland, Georgia. This means that I get to preach, teach, celebrate Holy Eucharist, baptize, and otherwise serve in the priestly role until the Logues' return.

Tonight I will begin a four-week teaching series called "St. Benedict's Toolbox" based on that book by Jane Tomaine. We will look at disciplines which will aid in our living as Christians.

St. Benedict's "Rule" which was drawn up almost fifteen hundred years ago, is designed not only to help us to take time to pray, read scripture and worship. The "Rule" is designed to help us to see God in our work, in our play, and in every aspect of our lives. This will help us to keep from compartmentalizing our lives into "Sunday" and "every other day."

I hope you will be able to join us for worship at 6:15 this evening, and then for "St. Benedict's Toolbox" at 7:00 p.m. For directions to King of Peace, see

In peace,

The Rev. Linda McCloud
Founding Pastor
The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek

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